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Jennifer Suglia Kramer to Receive Chancellor’s Citation

Jennifer Suglia Kramer, the administrative officer in the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department, has been chosen to receive a 2010 Chancellor’s Citation. The annual Chancellor's Citation Award recognizes and honors employees who have demonstrated exemplary and outstanding service to the university in one or more of the following ways: original contributions; attainment of high-priority objectives; service "beyond the call of duty"; significant improvements in productivity and/or operational savings.

Alum Becomes Best High-yield Fund Manager of 2009

Mechanical Engineering alumnus Mark Notkin (B.S. ’86) has brought off an enviable coup during an unenviable time in the stock market. Notkin was the manager of 2009’s best-performing high-yield-bond fund, Fidelity Capital & Income, according to a recent article in Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine (motto: “timely, trusted personal finance advice & business forecasts”). As the article reports, “From the time he took the fund’s helm in mid 2003 through January 14, it returned 9.6% annualized, beating more than 99% of its peers.”

Schaubert Scholarship Fund Set up for ECE Students

Fellow colleagues, staff, and former and current students of retiring Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Professor Daniel Schaubert have initiated a new scholarship fund that will not only support the economic needs of our students, but will also recognize the lasting contributions he has made over the last 27 years to the university and his field. The Daniel Schaubert Scholarship Fund will benefit ECE students in his area of expertise – antenna design – as the director of the internationally renowned Center for Advanced Sensor and Communication Antennas (CASCA).

Community College Day Showcases Dreams Coming True

On March 25, the American Dream was on display when more than 72 students and faculty members from seven of the Commonwealth’s community colleges gathered in the Lincoln Campus Center for a day of orientation, recruitment, communication, and financial advice about attending the UMass Amherst College of Engineering. The event, the college’s 35th annual Community College Day, was a showcase for young people in Massachusetts pulling themselves up by their own bootstraps.


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