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In the Current Issue

In the Fall 2019 issue: The baseball team’s journey to the College World Series; how six faculty members’ innovative approaches to real-world challenges could have major impacts on health issues, disaster relief, and disruptions in the supply chain; and HEOP and New York Tech: a longstanding partnership that helps students follow their dreams.

Plus: Meet Peter Ruggiero (B.Arch. ’82), Juuhi Ahuja (M.B.A. ’92), Victor Oluwajuwon Badejo (B.S. ’17), and Erika Lorig-Wolf (B.S. ’04; D.O. ’07).

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