Occupy Wall Street: Will its impact wane or grow stronger? (The Atlantic)
In the wake of continuing Occupy Wall Street protests across the nation, discourse has been sparked among political pundits, public officials, social scientists and others about the meaning and potential impact of the public demonstrations. Among those analyzing the movement is Thomas Seager, an associate professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment.

Society of Women Engineers student section honored for achievements
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) recently gave its Silver Award to the SWE student section at Arizona State University. The award recognizes it as one of the top-achieving sections nationwide.

Stretching electrical conductance to the limit
Individual molecules have been used to create electrical components like resistors, transistors and diodes, that mimic the properties of familiar semiconductors. But according to Nongjian (NJ) Tao, a researcher at the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University, unique properties inherent in single molecules may also allow clever designers to produce novel devices whose behavior falls outside the performance observed in conventional electronics.

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