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Two skilled academics arrive on campus to join the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department. 

Nurse, scientist, and MIE postdoctoral researcher Jeannine Blake has been awarded a fellowship from the American Society for Engineering Education to evaluate the accuracy of intravenous smart pumps to improve patient safety. 

It's the College of Engineering’s 75th anniversary, and we're marking the occasion by gathering together again for a Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MIE) Homecoming Reunion.

A paper written by Yanfei Xu, assistant professor in the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department and adjunct professor in the Chemical Engineering Department, in collaboration with Ph.D students Yurui Liu and Yijie Zhou, has been selected by the journal Polymer Chemistry to be part of its Emerging Investigators Series. See UMass News Office story.

A team led by Dr. Wen Chen, assistant professor in the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department, and Dr. Ting Zhu of Georgia Institute of Technology, have successfully 3D printed a new dual-phase, nanostructured high-entropy alloy that exceeds the strength and ductility of other state-of-the-art additively manufactured materials. See UMass News Office story.

The Conversation recently published an interview with Dr. Erin Baker, distinguished professor of mechanical and industrial engineering, about the technological, political, and regulatory elements of the United States’ effort to transition to renewable energy.

Three College of Engineering undergraduates are among 20 UMass students working as productive, educational, and paid summer interns in advanced research labs.

See UMass News Office story. 

The Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers names MIE alumna and Intel Corporation Senior Principal Engineer Tiffany Sargent to its 2022 Class of Fellows. 

Ping uses graphene, as thin as a single carbon atom, to make microelectrodes in a microfluidic device “ideal for high-performance electrokinetic analysis.” See UMass News Article. 

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