UMass Amherst Engineering Professors Receive NSF CAREER Awards

Four early-career faculty members are recipients of a prestigious five-year NSF CAREER award.
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The Paros Center for Atmospheric Research at UMass Amherst—co-directed by College of Engineering professors Michael Zink and Brenda Philips—leads research to improve the nation’s ability to forecast, plan for, and respond to shifting climate and hazardous weather.

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UMass Amherst and the College of Engineering have broken ground on a $125 million new facility that will serve as a hub for clean energy research. This state-of-the-art living laboratory will facilitate transformational interdisciplinary research and innovation for a sustainable future.
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