Recent Alumna Erin Bergeron Parlays Her Internships and MIE Education into a Full-time Job at Pratt & Whitney
Through her internships, Bergeron says she “was able to gain multitudes of technical and professional experience” and added confidence in her abilities.
MIE PhD Student Jonisha Aubain Makes Her Mark in Pioneering Research, Environmentalism, and Social Activism
Beyond researching tidal energy, Aubain is an ELEVATE Fellow, an MIT STREAM awardee, and an activist in multiple progressive programs and societies.
Fellowship funds research conducted under College of Engineering’s Yanfei Xu.
UMASO, with four of its 11 student organizers from the CoE, hosts an annual Science Olympiad Invitational Tournament for high-school students in New England.
Thirty-three judges from the MIE department, UMass faculty, and local business leaders and entrepreneurs evaluated a cache of creative senior design projects.
The SDP provides a capstone experience for undergraduate students in the ECE department to show off their technical, design, and communication skills.
The $200,000 scholarship will enable Burke to study as a Ph.D. candidate, researching how to repair nerve injuries, at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers contest required teams to construct a remote-controlled car that harnesses solar and wind power to move a weight.
A “green wall” is a vertical structure fitted with a growth medium, substrate, and integrated hydration and fertilization, where flora can be planted and grown.
Nsubuga, an M.S./Ph.D. student in the Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Program at UMass Amherst, employed his keen focus on science policy in D.C.
Kitty Lovell has been selected as the Class of 2023 student speaker for this year’s Senior Recognition Ceremony, to be held on May 26 in the Mullins Center.
The Traffic Safety Scholars Program gives college students the opportunity to attend the largest gathering of traffic-safety professionals in the United States.