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The Campaign in Engineering


Photo: Dean Joseph Goldstein

 Dean Joseph Goldstein


A kind of "one-stop shopping" for students – excellent education, great advising, superior placement opportunities – is among his college's strengths, says engineering dean Joseph Goldstein. At the halfway point of Campaign UMass last year, the dean reported that engineering was halfway to its $25 million goal, and that results were showing strongest in the area of student support. Goldstein's other priorities are faculty development and facilities improvement. Projects like the new lab profiled on this page, with its significant underwriting by alumnus-owned Barker Steel, fill all three bills. A facility embodying renewed commitment to structures research, it also provides heady opportunities for students.

College of Engineering: chemical engineering / civil and environmental engineering / electrical and computer engineering / mechanical and industrial engineering

 
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