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Smith Helps Visiting Brazilian Students Work on UMass Campus Planning

James MacGregor Smith

James 

MacGregor Smith

The UMass Amherst Provost’s Office recently posted a blog to publicize and celebrate a summer project in which MIE Professor James MacGregor Smith worked with three Brazilian students, along with one North American student from LSU, on a key study to relocate the Mail Services, Bulk Mail Services, and Campus Print Services on campus. Read the blog

ACM Honors Stevens Professor With Distinguished Engineer Award

Nicholas Bowen

Nicholas Bowen

Nicholas Bowen, an alumnus of our Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, has received a major award from the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). According to a press release issued by the Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey, the ACM has named Bowen, an industry professor in the systems & software division at the School of Systems & Enterprises (SSE) at Stevens, as a 2015 Distinguished Engineer, one of just five ACM members to be honored with the Distinguished Engineer award this year. Bowen recently joined Stevens after a three-decade career at IBM. Read the Stevens Institute press release.

CASA Plays Substantial Part in Designation of UMass Amherst as a “StormReady” University

The Center for Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere (CASA) was a large factor in the designation of UMass Amherst as a “StormReady” institution by the National Weather Service (NWS). It was the first such designation awarded to a public university in Massachusetts. During the NWS assessment, UMass Amherst was recognized for its emergency preparedness program, 24-hour warning point capabilities for severe weather, and the CASA project, led by our Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, which has spent the last decade developing a revolutionary radar system for tracking tornadoes and other severe storms.

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