Recent electrical and computer engineering graduate Connor M. Fuhrman, SC G 2018, was recently profiled by his alma mater The Citadel. Read the article and watch the video on Fuhrman’s journey.
He is now a Ph.D. student at the University of Arizona in the electrical and computer engineering department with a focus on mechatronics and robotics. During his time at The Citadel, Fuhrman served as SC Gamma Chapter vice president.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison and Foxconn Technology Group have announced a pledge “to help establish a new interdisciplinary research facility for the College of Engineering.”
According to the news article, the subcampaign to match Foxconn’s gift will focus on supporting research that advances engineering, data and computer science, and human health. UW Chancellor Rebecca Blank described Foxconn’s pledge as the largest investment from a research partner in the university’s history and among the largest gifts UW has ever received. It will include money to fast-track a new engineering building that has been only on the long-range drawing board until now.
The Virginia Gamma Chapter at Old Dominion University has been profiling its 2018-19 chapter officers on Instagram. Click here to see six profiles, with short bios, of the VA Gamma chapter leaders.