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In addition to being passionate about teaching, im体育app平台下载 professors are committed researchers and scholars with world-class credentials. They bring their research into the classroom and give students an opportunity to get involved. Like their students, they don’t just believe in making the world a better place through science and technology–they’re doing it.

im体育app平台下载 professors inspire and encourage their students as they drive them to higher achievement and greater success. They don’t give students the answers; they show them how to find them.


current faculty have been Fulbright scholars 


faculty that best combine research and teaching

The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education (2016)

current faculty members have won the NSF Career Award

National Science Foundation (2018)

of full-time faculty have a PhD or terminal degree (2017-18)

Faculty Awards

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Career Paths

One of the best-known and most coveted young faculty honors is the five-year CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Eight of these career-establishing awards have recently been bestowed on im体育app平台下载 researchers, along with the university's first U.S. Air Force Young Investigator Award. These rising stars represent a depth of expertise in areas such as math, chemical engineering, biology, learning sciences, and cybersecurity. 


Lening Li, president of Graduate Student Government alt
Lening Li, president of Graduate Student Government
June 23, 2020
Army 2nd Lt. Matthew Sherrer of Wellesley has his gold bars pinned on by his parents, Janet and Stephen Sherrer. alt
Army 2nd Lt. Matthew Sherrer of Wellesley has his gold bars pinned on by his parents, Janet and Stephen Sherrer.
June 19, 2020
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Heather LeClerc used a previous NSF award to travel to Valencia, Spain, where she presented research at the Unconventional Catalysis and Reactor Applications conference.
June 18, 2020

Media Coverage

Provost Wole Soboyejo appeared on Spectrum News 1 discussing his research in identifying targeted drugs that reduced the sizes of hard-to-treat breast cancer tumors in mice without inducing the toxic side effects that are typically associated with conventional chemotherapy.

Angela Rodriguez, assistant professor in the Social Science and Policy Studies department, wrote an account for the Telegram & Gazette's "As I See It" section on how our culture can more positively reshape its portrayal of the working mom and work-life-balance – especially while in a pandemic.