“Mouthgasm” on Stage at FMPA Chamber Theater

“Mouthgasm” on Stage at FMPA Chamber Theater

October 17, 2016

For the next three Thursdays, students from the Department of Performing Arts will be staging the play “Mouthgasm” by US playwrights Matthew Paul Olmos, Julia Pearlstein and David Koteles. Performances will take place on

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A Breakthrough in Cardiovascular Disease Research

A Breakthrough in Cardiovascular Disease Research

October 10, 2016

Although fats are known for their bad health effects, this is not true of all fats; certain lipids that your body makes may in fact be good for you. A new study from the

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Academic Administrative Appointments

Academic Administrative Appointments

October 10, 2016

Prof. Ezhan Karaşan of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has been appointed Acting Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Director of the Graduate School of Engineering and Science, effective September 1,

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3rd Annual New Graduate Recruitment Simulation: “The Interview Games”

3rd Annual New Graduate Recruitment Simulation: “The Interview Games”

October 10, 2016

Are you ready to compete to win the following? One-to-one interview simulation with an HR executive, for 40 seniors “How to Manage Your Career” training session, for 20 seniors Career coaching throughout the spring

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Mehmet Baykara Named One of the World’s “Ten Outstanding Young Persons”

Mehmet Baykara Named One of the World’s “Ten Outstanding Young Persons”

October 10, 2016

Junior Chamber International (JCI), an international nonprofit leadership training and civic organization for people between the ages of 18 and 40, is one of the largest and most active such groups in the world,

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Book by Sübidey Togan Examines Economic Liberalization of Transport Services

Book by Sübidey Togan Examines Economic Liberalization of Transport Services

October 10, 2016

A new book by Prof. Sübidey Togan of the Department of Economics, “The Liberalization of Transportation Services in the EU and Turkey,” has recently been published by Oxford University Press. The book offers a

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Genomic Landscape of the Mediterranean Basin and Beyond

Genomic Landscape of the Mediterranean Basin and Beyond

October 3, 2016

In an article published in the September 2016 issue of Nature Genetics, scientists reported the genomic landscape of the Mediterranean basin and the greater Middle East, a central hub of ancient civilizations and home

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Ablation Cooling: From Rocket Science to Laser Surgery

Ablation Cooling: From Rocket Science to Laser Surgery

October 3, 2016

In the September 1 issue of Nature (Vol. 537, pp. 84-88), a group of scientists from Bilkent University reported the development of a new technique—which they call “ablation cooling”—to allow much faster and damage-free

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