From the microstructure of snow to the massiveness of ice sheets, from fundamental science to practical applications, from Thayer's ice lab to the earth's polar regions, Thayer researchers are uncovering what snow and ice reveal about the world.
Judy Geer ’75 Th’83 and her family combine national-level athletic training with sustainable living practices.
Recent grads bring nerve and verve to their startup ventures.
For modified majors, engineering is just the beginning.
Thayer School’s international competition races to its five-year milestone.
Working overseas, students encounter the technological and human sides of meeting people’s needs.
Venture capitalist Terry McGuire Th’82 has the connections and vision that have helped build more than 25 successful new companies. No wonder so many entrepreneurs wouldn’t dream of launching a business without him.
Thayer’s eight new tenure-track assistant professors will influence the next few generations of students. Here’s a look at why these profs became engineers, the grand challenges they’re trying to solve, and how they see their role as teachers.
A professorial pick of outstanding ENGS 21 projects
Tackling surprises in multi-component systems, from human behavior to robotic smarts