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Five outstanding undergraduates from the College of Engineering have won awards from the Alumni Association at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Kelly Kennedy, a senior in Electrical Engineering, won a Senior Leadership Award, recognizing graduating seniors who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and service to the UMass Amherst community. In addition, juniors Myles Baidy of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Justin Calderara of Mechanical Engineering, Jose Lasalle of Electrical Engineering and Physics, and Eric Rice of Chemical Engineering received the William F. Field...

Professor Jonathan Rothstein of the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) Department has been selected as the recipient of the 2015 College of Engineering Outstanding Teaching Award. As MIE Department Head Don Fisher wrote, “In my appraisal, he is by far and away one of the best teachers in the department year after year after year, as evidenced by students’ comments on his courses, students’ evaluation of his role in their professional lives, his ability to communicate complex, interdisciplinary material in science and engineering in ways that are clear and compelling, and his...

The pioneering Minuteman Launch Team is the first group of UMass students to enter the NASA Student Launch competition, and the team members are extremely excited at the prospect of launching a high-powered rocket, scheduled for takeoff in April of 2015 at the Marshall Spaceflight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. You can help launch our College of Engineering team on its way to Alabama by donating used two-liter soda bottles for a college outreach event starting March 23. Please drop off bottles in Marston 126 anytime between now and March 23. Note that your bottles will actually be...

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has chosen UMass Amherst as one of 12 colleges and universities to compete in the 2016 Department of Energy Collegiate Wind Competition. The interdisciplinary UMass team hails from the departments of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE), Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Landscape Architecture & Regional Planning, as well as the Isenberg School of Management. A UMass Amherst team finished third in the inaugural DOE wind competition in 2014. Link to...

The 13-year-long delay in the proposed Cape Wind project in Massachusetts reveals the critical need for an integrated approach to offshore wind energy development that works mutually toward an efficient, sustainable energy source and public education, input, and acceptance.

This difficult task calls for a new generation of multidisciplinary researchers. That’s where a new National-Science-Foundation-funded Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst comes in. For the next three summers, this REU will annually support 10 undergraduates...