In the News: Indrani Pal – Why Is The Weather So Weird Lately?

Call it weird, call it extreme, maybe even call it the new normal. Wild weather in the United States in the past decade has amassed a long list of toppled records and financial disasters.

Indrani Pal, Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering, discussed with LiveScience findings that were published on July 19 in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.

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LaSelle named Tau Beta Pi Laureate

Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor society, has named five Laureates in the Association’s annual program to recognize gifted engineering students who have excelled in areas beyond their technical majors. The 2013 Tau Beta Pi Laureates are Michael R. Lacey, a recent graduate from The Citadel, cited for his diverse achievements; Darick W. LaSelle, a graduate of the University of Colorado Denver, cited for his service contributions; Benjamin B. Macy, a graduate of Valparaiso University, cited for his service contributions; Glenn M. Miltenberg, a 2013 graduate of the United States Air Force Academy, cited for his achievements in athletics; and Adam R. Pizzaia, a graduate of Rutgers University cited for his diverse achievements. Continue reading “LaSelle named Tau Beta Pi Laureate”