Contents

FEATURES

Pioneers of the Internet

Untangling the Web
Shedding Light Around the World
Reunion 2000

DEPARTMENTS

President's View

At Rensselaer
From the Archives
Hawk Talk
Making a Difference
Milestones

Class Notes Features

RAA Annual Report

Alumni Weddings

Alumni Travel Program

Looking Ahead

LOOKING AHEAD

December 2000

Focus on Student Life: The student of the new millennium has arrived! Today's students are wired—from the laptops they carry in on Day One, to the classes they take, the research they conduct, even their relaxation. Rensselaer has responded to their needs with multimillion-dollar campus improvements. We'll give you a peek into their lives.

Profile of Jonathan Dordick, professor and chair of chemical engineering. Dordick is on the leading edge of biotechnology research. We'll tell you about his research and work on biochips and also discuss BIOTECHNOLOGY: what is it, what do its promises hold, future directions of the field.

Also in the December 2000 issue: A dramatic George Rickey sculpture once again graces campus, thanks to the generosity of Trustee Nancy Mueller; a team of researchers in the Lally School of Management and Technology publishes a book on Radical Innovation; U.S. News & World Report rankings, and more.

March 2001

A Day in the Life of Rensselaer.

Electronic Arts.

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