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Rising sophomore Shuaib Balogun of the Chemical Engineering Department has been chosen to receive a scholarship by the American Chemical Society. He carried a cumulative GPA of 3.97 during his freshman year at UMass Amherst. Balogun has been educated at Concord College (Shrewsbury, Shropshire) in the United Kingdom for his A levels and at Day Waterman College (Abeokuta, Nigeria) for his GCSES.

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Prior to the 2017 Materials Research Society (MRS) Spring Meeting and Exhibit in Phoenix from April 17 to 21, Chemical Engineering (ChE) Professor Sarah Perry and two of her undergraduate students submitted a piece of scientifically related art work that was selected as a finalist for the MRS Science as Art competition, whose purpose was to show the aesthetic beauty of scientific images. Perry’s participating students are Savannah Szemethy, a sophomore ChE major, and Matthew Gagnon, a senior in mathematics. Szemethy and Gagnon’s...

Senior Angela Berthaume of the Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Department, who works part-time as a career advisor in the Career and Student Development Center, is the perfect person to offer good advice to incoming students at the College of Engineering. The crux of her advice is simple: Start networking as soon as you hit the campus! You can do that by joining various student engineering societies, visiting the college’s Career and Student Development Center, asking your professors for advice, beginning to set up summer internships, co-ops, and...

During the spring semester of 2016, seven students from the Chemical, Mechanical and Industrial, and Civil and Environmental Engineering Departments are participating in the college’s study abroad program by spending five months at Heriot Watt University, located in Edinburgh, Scotland. We say “thanks” and give the tip of a hat to Professor Sarah Perry for nominating two of the students and asking one of them, Meaghan O’Brien, to write her impressions of her experiences overseas.

The seven students, pictured from left to right in the accompanying photo, are Adin Bohmiller,...

Senior Mechanical Engineering Major Jamar Hawkins is among a small group of students who have been selected to receive the 2017-2018 UMass Amherst Rising Researcher student achievement award. This award recognizes exceptional UMass Amherst undergraduate students who excel in research, scholarship, or creative activity. Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Professor Yubing Sun nominated Hawkins for the award in recognition of his student’s research and academic achievements conducted under Professor’s Sun’s direction....

Doctoral student Shirin Montazeri of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department won the first prize in the electronics area of the Applied Superconductivity Conference Best Student Paper Contest, held on September 5 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. The title of her winning paper was “A 220 GHz Compact SIS Receiver Module Utilizing a Broadband High-Gain Ultra-Low-Power IF Amplifier.”

The award was accompanied by a $750 cash award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Council on Superconductivity and an inscribed...

Graduate student Sheila Werth of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department won Best Oral Presentation at the 7th Conference on Weather, Climate, Water, and the New Energy Economy, which was part of the American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, held on January 10-14, in New Orleans. Her talk was entitled "Evaluating Parameters for Species-Based Classification of Bird Radar Echoes for Wind Energy Site Assessment." Her ECE faculty advisor is Stephen Frasier....

Talk about a grand slam! Five College of Engineering Undergraduates from all four engineering departments have won key awards and scholarships from the UMass Amherst Alumni Association. See complete list

Senior Jeremiah Davis of the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department won a Senior Leadership Award, which recognizes graduating seniors who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and service to the UMass Amherst community. Award...

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