Shanon Reckinger, et. al. in the news:
Summer, 2017 - Dr. Reckinger starts MS program in Computer Science Education at Stanford University. The program is a 1 year program. More about program here.
Spring, 2017 - Dr. Reckinger's capstone students design and build automation staging for MSU's spring musical, "Spring Awakening". Student Aaron Benson is featured in an MSU news story.
Fall, 2016 - Drs. Shanon and Scott Reckinger collaborate with over 40 MSU students for an APS DFD Gallery of Fluid Motion video "MSU Students Living Fluid Dynamics".
November, 2016 - FYFD features the "MSU Students Living Fluid Dynamics" video in a blog post.
February, 2015 - Overflow research is featured on the MITgcm website.
August, 2015 - Dr. Reckinger accepts a faculty position at Montana State University in the department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.
October, 2015 - Bozeman Chronicle story about female faculty at Montana State University: Chronicle.
November, 2016 - APS DFD Gallery of Fluid Motion features "A Day In the Life of a Fluid Dynamicist".
January, 2014 - ASAP Advance News
May, 2014 - Dr. Reckinger is inducted into Fairfield University's chapter of the Sigma Xi Honors Society.
June, 2014 - Dr. Reckinger wins "Best Paper in the ME Division" at the ASEE National Conference and a $500 cash award for her paper "An Interactive Programming Course Model for Mechanical Engineering Students".
December, 2013 - Rebound Technology News
June, 2012 - WOW and EG31 Redesign Story, .pdf
June, 2011 - Clare Boothe Luce Announcement, .pdf
Multiscale Modeling and Simulation Lab (my PhD thesis advisor's lab)
Student Awards and News
January, 2015 - Marty Gallagher, Katherine Pitz, Yenny Rua, Melissa Sulciner are awarded $1500 through Fairfield's Campus Sustainability Award to put towards their Senior Design project, SpinLeaf 2.0.
January, 2015 - Thomas Gibson, Fred Hohman, and Theresa Morrison won the first place prize at the 2015 Joint Mathematics Meeting Undergraduate Poster Session for Computational Mathematics.
November, 2014 - Yenny Rua presented her work on the Amia Fish Feeding Efficiency at the poster session at APS-DFD. Thomas Gibson, Fred Hohman, and Theresa Morrison presented their REU Overflow work as a talk, as well.
November, 2014 - Marty Gallagher, Katherine Pitz, Yenny Rua, Melissa Sulciner are awarded $1200 from Fairfield's Lawrence Scholars program to put towards their Senior Design project, SpinLeaf 2.0.
October, 2014 - Yenny Rua is awarded $2000 from Fairfield's Lawrence Scholars program to do research with Dr. Reckinger over the 2014/2015 AY and to travel to San Francisco to present at APS-DFD.
September, 2014 - Yenny Rua receives an undergraduate student travel grant of $400 from APS to attend APS-DFD in San Francisco.
September, 2014 - Thomas Gibson, Fred Hohman, Theresa Morrison receive travel grants from their respective home departments to attend APS-DFD in San Francisco and JMM in San Antonio to present his research on his summer REU project.
May, 2014 - Robert Governale, Colin Nerich, Claudele Pierre, and Seyal Sharoz receive a $500 sponsorship from Whole Foods for their Senior Design Project, SpinLeaf.
April, 2014 - Yenny Rua and Kaitlin Maciejewski win second place (and $200) in the student poster session at the SWE Region F Conference in Springfield, MA for the their poster, "The relationship between the pH of Sodium Hydroxide and 3D printed support resin dissolution".
April, 2014 - Katherine Pitz and Samantha Canosa win third place in the undergraduate student poster session at the ASEE Zone 1 Conference in Bridgeport, CT for their poster "Mouth shape evolution for Amia fish feeding".
October, 2013 - Robert Governale, Colin Nerich, Claudele Pierre, and Seyal Sharoz receive a $200 grant from the Office of Service Learning at Fairfield University for their Senior Design project, SpinLeaf.
December, 2012 - Joe Bocchino, Andrew Jackowitz, and John Perry win a $1500 campus sustainability grant for their rainwater harvester design for Senior Project.