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Skolfield Helps Organize “Highbrow at the Drive-in” on July 7 for a Night of Movies and Poetry Under the Stars

Karen Skolfield

Karen Skolfield

Karen Skolfield, a lecturer and writer-in-residence at the College of Engineering, helped organize the upcoming live poetry readings at the Northfield Drive-in in Hinsdale, N.H., on July 7. “Highbrow at the Drive-In” is an evening of poetry, outdoor movie watching, and fun with members of the local community. The event will take place at the drive-in on 981 Northfield Road, Hinsdale, New Hampshire. Live poetry readings will precede the showing of two movies, Badlands and The Dinner Game. Read Daily Hampshire Gazette article.

Lee Awarded UMass President’s Grant

Jae-Hwang Lee

Jae-Hwang Lee

Professor Jae-Hwang Lee of the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) Department has received a $125,000 grant from the University of Massachusetts President’s Office to support his project on “Bio-mechanics for Disease Diagnosis and Cell Engineering.” Lee is leading the project with UMass Professor Alfred Crosby, Polymer Science and Engineering Department, to create an interdisciplinary research program at UMass Amherst, Lowell, and Worcester and establish a world-class research center that unites the biomechanical characterization capabilities on all three campuses.

Engineering iCons Students Land Summer Internships in Massachusetts Firms

Anwesh Yerneni

Anwesh 
Yerneni

Three engineering majors in UMass Amherst’s Integrated Concentration in Science (iCons) program are now working at paid internships with Massachusetts-based life science and energy technology firms for the summer. Olivia Czubarow, a chemical engineering senior from Wellesley, is working this summer at Anika Therapeutics of Bedford. Theo Smith, a mechanical engineering senior from Concord, and chemical engineering major Anwesh Yerneni from Mansfield are both working at Boston-Power, Inc. of Westborough.

NASA Selects Siqueira as Co-Lead On $800-Million Space-Borne Mission

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Professor Paul Siqueira of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has been selected to serve as one of the Co-Leads for an $800-million collaborative space mission being carried out by NASA and the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). Siqueira was already one of 20 scientists chosen to guide the NASA-ISRO satellite mission to observe Earth and to study “Earth Deformation, Ecosystem Science, and the Dynamics of Ice.”

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