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McCormick Prof. Gilbert Krulee dies at age 92

Ally Mauch, Reporter

January 26

Filed under Campus, Faculty, Latest Stories

McCormick Prof. emeritus Gilbert Krulee, who spent more than 40 years at Northwestern and helped introduce a computer science department to the university, died Jan. 18 at age 92. Krulee, a professor of electrical engineering...

Northwestern student startup AMPY responds to criticism of its charging device product

Kelli Nguyen, Reporter

February 18

Filed under Campus, Science & Technology

A battery charger created by Northwestern graduate students billed as a device that produces electricity through physical activity is generating a different sort of buzz. The AMPY MOVE charger, created by startup AMPY, has...

Northwestern to host intercollegiate hackathon

Madeline Coe, Reporter

November 21

Filed under Campus, Events

Two student groups will host Northwestern's first intercollegiate hackathon, WildHacks, this weekend. Hosted by Entrepreneurs Pioneers Innovators Creators, known as EPIC, and HackNorthwestern, the 24-hour event will bring toge...

NU alum wins humanitarian award for waste-management innovation in India

Allyson Chiu, Reporter

October 23

Filed under Alumni, Campus

Anoop Jain (McCormick '09) recently won the $100,000 Waislitz Global Citizen Award for his humanitarian efforts to improve public health in Bihar, one of the poorest states in India. Jain is the co-founder and U.S. direct...

New McCormick speaker series asks questions on creativity

Emily Chin, Reporter

October 8

Filed under Campus, Speakers

The McCormick dean moderated a discussion Wednesday as part of a new speaker series launched by the school that aims to bring up thought-provoking questions about creativity across different fields of study. The series, titled...