If a “zero-power” sensor is created, sensors in hard-to-service locations will need less frequent maintenance and reduce the use of these batteries in sensor networks.
Honors Students Mackenzie Dowd (CSSH) and Magarert Walsh (DMSB) were saluted by Northeastern Athletics, receiving respectively the Jeanne Rowlands Award and Chanda Gunn Community Service Award.
After being named a Fulbright Scholar, Honors student Sarah Sherman will travel to Botswana to begin her eight-month Fulbright research project focused on evaluating whether recent improvements to the country’s pathology labs have affected the processing time for samples to generate timely cancer diagnoses.
Honors student Aneri Pattani (CAMD, ’17) has been awarded international opportunity to travel to West Africa in June on a reporting assignment with Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof.
Hometown: South Berwick, ME
Major: Behavioral Neuroscience
After Graduation: I’m currently focused on applying to medical school for 2017, but for next year, I will pursue a clinical research position in Boston.