In the news: Cohen, Ghasr, Strassner, Zoughi

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On October 2, 2018
  • Described as “the unquestioned champion of single-word studies,” Dr. Gerald Cohen is featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education’s Sept. 27 article, “From Criminal Slang to Modern Acceptability: ‘Kibosh.’” Cohen, who recently marked 50 years of teaching at S&T, is a professor of arts, languages and philosophy. He is writer, editor and publisher of the monthly print-only journal Comments on Etymology, now in its 48th year.
  • Keith Strassner, director of technology transfer and economic development, was quoted in an article, “New IP Policy at Missouri S&T leads to increase in industry research,” published in the September issue of the Industry-Sponsored Research Management. The newsletter is published for research managers, corporate relations professionals and technology transfer professionals.
  • Reza Zoughi and Dr. Tayeb Ghasr spoke with reporter Brea Douglas about using a 3-D microwave camera to detect 3-D printed guns. The story, “Missouri S&T Developing Technology to Detect Dangerous Hidden Objects,” aired Sept. 16 on CBS-affiliate KOLR 10-OzarksFirst in Springfield, Missouri. Zoughi is the he Schlumberger Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Tayeb Ghasr is an associate research professor of electrical and computer engineering.

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