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 Nobel Prize winner in chemistry to deliver Illinois Institute of Technology Ralph Peck Lecture
Chicago, Sep. 20, 2001 — This year’s annual Ralph Peck Lecture will feature Amhed Zewail, 1999 Nobel Peace Prize winner in chemistry. Zewail was awarded the Nobel Prize for his groundbreakeing studies of the transition states of chemical reactions us…
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 Chicago landmark, S.R. Crown Hall, receives National Historic Landmark Status
Chicago, Aug. 27, 2001 — S. R. Crown Hall (1954-1956) has been awarded National Historic Landmark status by the National Park Service. Crown Hall, located on the Illinois Institute of Technology Main Campus in Chicago, is considered to be one of arch…
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 First math and science education program at an engineering school offered at Illinois Institute of Technology this fall
Chicago, Aug. 22, 2001 — Illinois Institute of Technology is pleased to announce the arrival of two new faculty members who will help put IIT at the forefront of math and science education. Norman Lederman, Ph.D., will chair IIT’s new department of m…
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 IIT College of Architecture faculty member to present at SIGGRAPH 2001 conference
Chicago, Aug. 8, 2001 — Robert Krawczyk, a senior lecturer in IIT’s College of Architecture, will be showing several of his computer-generated abstract artworks at the SIGGRAPH 2001 conference to be held in Los Angeles, August 12 - 17. SIGGRAPH 2001…
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 New Biomedical Research Center at Illinois Institute of Technology to complement Mayor Daley’s plan for Chicago’s high-tech future
Chicago, Aug. 1, 2001 — Illinois Institute of Technology has announced plans to develop a high-tech biomedical research complex on its South Side campus. The initiative complements Mayor Daley’s proposed plan to position the Chicagoland area at the …
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 U.S. Department of Labor and Illinois Institute of Technology to host conference on career and educational opportunities for women and girls in science
Chicago, July 10, 2001 — The Women’s Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor and Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) will sponsor a regional conference in Chicago on July 27 to promote career and educational opportunities for women and girls in sci…
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 Physicists at Illinois Institute of Technology start analyzing the world’s biggest data set: results could shed light on the nature of matter
Chicago, July 9, 2001 — Mike McVady is a College of DuPage (CoD) student going into his second year at the two-year junior college. But this summer, instead of spending time in his native town of Wooddale, he’ll be spending two days a week at Illino…
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 National Center for Food Safety and Technology gets advanced sterilization system that may lead to a replacement for the common can
Chicago, June 17, 2001 — Food technologists at the National Center for Food Safety and Technology (NCFST) in Summit-Argo, Ill., have just finished installing the world’s most advanced high-pressure sterilization apparatus. Scientists hope the new sys…
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 Illinois Institute of Technology hosts Chicago/Midwest Renewable Energy Workshop June 14 – 15, 2001
Chicago, June 12, 2001 — Gas prices are rising, electricity is sketchy (in California, but it could spread!) and global warming is a largely accepted theory. In this environment of increasing energy costs, several small companies have taken off with …
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 One hundred international students come to Illinois Institute of Technology to participate in the Marmon Group 2001 Global Trade Institute (MGGTI)
Chicago, June 12, 2001 — Now through June 17, more than one hundred international students selected by their local Junior Achievement International (JAI) offices will arrive on the campus of Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago to take part in…
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