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(M.S. PHYS ’03)

As a young boy, much to his dismay, John Katsoudas (M.S. PHYS ’03) had a clearly defined role in the family business. It started with wrapping doughnuts. His father, a restaurateur, had a contract to...

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(ITM, M.A.S. ITM ’18)

Designing security into code is a lot like designing security in a house, Marilyn Barrios (ITM, M.A.S. ITM ’18) says. Each door, window, and any other point of entry must be secured. But these...

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Law '94

“If we as judges allow chaos to take over our courtrooms, we as a society are done because we’re the last bastion,” says Judge John Fitzgerald Lyke Jr. ’94. “We’re the last line of defense to a civil...

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Law '17

Editor's note: this is an updated story from the the Fall 2023 Chicago-Kent Magazine. To read the magazine in full, follow this link . “I always envisioned being a lawyer as being in the courtroom,”...

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Law '09

Editor's note: this is a story from the the Fall 2023 Chicago-Kent Magazine. To read the magazine in full, follow this link . “I am truly a public interest attorney at heart. As a child, I wanted to...

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Law '23

Growing up in Albania, Zeta Terpollari ’23 was always drawn to American movies—particularly courtroom dramas. “My dream of becoming a lawyer and a judge began from the American courtroom,” she says....

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(M.S. CHE ’21, Ph.D. CHE Candidate)

After graduating with a Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering from the National University of Sciences and Technology in Islamabad, Pakistan, Fatima Rizwan started looking for graduate...

(M.D.M. ’06)

Ahn (M.D.M. ’06) seems too warm and approachable to be an agent of radical change. Yet those are the traits that she shares with her signature project, the Waymo Driver: a combination of both hardware...

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