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MIE’s Marquard and Lackner Selected as UMass Amherst Public Engagement Faculty Fellows

MIE Professors Jenna Marquard and Matthew Lackner have been chosen as two of the seven faculty members from UMass Amherst named as Public Engagement Faculty Fellows by the Public Engagement Project (PEP). PEP supports and trains faculty members to use their research for contributing to social change, informing public policy, and enriching public debate. Marquard is performing groundbreaking work on health information technology, while Lackner is doing pioneering research on floating offshore wind turbines.

Engineering Majors Make Big Waves on Research Next Website

Two College of Engineering majors were recently included in a Research Next article about Rising Researchers and their “research ambitions.”

“As the commonwealth’s flagship public research university,” the article began, “UMass Amherst provides a unique opportunity for students to conduct hands-on research early in their academic careers. This semester, we honor six undergraduates with the Rising Researcher award for their highly ambitious pursuit of research and scholarly activity.”

Article in E&E News Pays Homage to Heronemus and the Enormous Impact of UMass on Wind Energy

William E. Heronemus

William E. Heronemus

A detailed and very informative article in the November 28 issue of E&E News – “The essential news for energy & environment professionals” – offers a stirring tribute to William E. Heronemus, the much heralded civil engineering and (later) mechanical engineering professor at UMass Amherst who is considered the "father of modern wind power." As MIE Professor James Manwell says, “Here is an article that recognizes where modern wind energy started – UMass engineering!”

Read “WIND: Meet ‘the Captain,’ the father of modern turbines” »

Also see “The UMass Wind Turbine WF-1, A Retrospective” »

 

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