Welcome to the new Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering magazine. The biannual publication was created to tell the stories that illustrate the Fulton Difference and what makes us distinct and outstanding. In each publication you will read about our excellent faculty, students and alumni and what they are doing in the classrooms, labs and in their communities to innovate a better world.

Read about our engineers who are pulling carbon out of thin air

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This inaugural issue exemplifies the Fulton Schools’ passionate quest to engineer the future. The cover story features world-renowned engineer Klaus Lackner’s new Center for Negative Carbon Emissions, whose air capture technology transcends the limitations of traditional carbon reduction approaches by actually scrubbing carbon dioxide from the air.

Also inside are stories on how the Fulton Schools have re-engineered the student experience and strengthened industry engagement—both aimed at ensuring student success while our young engineers are here and after they graduate. We also shine a spotlight on several groundbreaking research projects, and on our most recent cohort of high performing young faculty members.

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If you have story ideas you would like us to consider, please submit them by clicking this link, Story Ideas and Requests, and filling out the form. Thank you!

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