Entrepreneurial Students Head to the White House
Thirty-five students from the Clark School's Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program visited the White House as part of an "I Am an Entrepreneur" event, at which they met and learned from successful young entrepreneurs.
Clark School's Gamera Certified for World Records
The Federation Aeronautique Internationale has certified that the Clark School's Gamera human-powered helicopter team set world records earlier this year for flight duration and flight duration with a female pilot.
Master's in Cybersecurity Engineering Targets High-Tech Professionals
The Clark School has developed a new graduate-level program for working professionals that will provide them in-depth knowledge, skills and abilities to defend our critical infrastructures from electronic warfare.
Explore a New Way to Use Your Engineering Degree
The Clark School, together with the University of Maryland School of Public Health, offers a Master's in Engineering and Public Policy program with specialties in environmental, energy, infrastructure, manufacturing, international development, national security and biotechnology policy.
NSF Grant to Help Monitor and Protect Endangered Species
Researchers at the Clark School, the National Geographic Society and Princeton University are developing a “Crittercam” wireless network system to capture video, sound, geo-location data, and other information to provide insights into the group behavior of endangered species.
Researchers Explore How Cyber-Attackers Think Like Regular Crooks
A Clark School engineer and a University of Maryland criminologist are applying criminological concepts and research methods in the study of cybercrime, leading to recommendations for IT managers to use in the prevention of cyber-attacks on their networks.
Alumni Helping Alumni: Help or Get Help!
The Clark School Alumni Chapter Board's new Young Alumni Mentoring Program connects seasoned alumni with those who graduated in the past 10 years. Mentors advise mentees on career paths, networking, and employment opportunities. Contact Dilibe A. Aneke and Kimberly Brown to participate.
Alumni Helping Students: Share Your Knowledge!
The Clark School Alumni Advocates share their professional experience and resources with the next generation of Terp Engineers. Host on-site tours at your company, return to campus to share your professional experience, or serve on the engineering alumni chapter board. Please contact Josey Simpson '84, director of alumni relations, at 301.405.2150 or email email@example.com.
Great Expectations Spotlight: Give to the Clark School General Scholarship Fund
Many Clark School alumni donate to undergraduate scholarships because they themselves benefited from such support as students. In today's challenging economic environment, many worthy students are still searching for the support they need to complete their education. Your gift will make a real difference in a student’s life. To learn more, please contact Leslie Borak.
Clark School Alumni Spotlight: ChBE Alumni Recreate Toys That Inspired Them
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering alumni Carol and Paul Flack (B.S. '84 and '77, respectively) are using their manufacturing and business experience to create building kits in the spirit of the Kenner Girder & Panel Building Set.
Show Us Your Commencement Photos
Have you seen the new Clark School commencement photos on our website? Send your photos to Josey Simpson '84, director of alumni relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please identify the people in the shots and include the date.
Your Name Here—Sponsorship Opportunities
Thanks to Corporate Partner Constellation Energy for sponsoring this month's edition of the Clark School's e-newsletter. There are many chances throughout the year to put your name and support behind the activities of the Clark School. Sponsorship opportunities include not only this e-newsletter but also alumni receptions and student projects! Contact us to learn how you can make a difference!
Work with Our Corporate Partners
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Each month, we randomly select a name from Alumni Notes to win a Clark School t-shirt. This month's winner is Jon Nekritz! Don't miss your chance to win the next t-shirt—send us your news today by emailing Josey Simpson.
Parag Banerjee (Ph.D. '11, materials and science engineering) is an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science at Washington University in St. Louis.
Nicholas Barbour (B.S. '02, mechanical engineering) is a design engineer with Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc., a producer of rock crushing and screening equipment in Yankton, S.D.
Mihai Dimian (Ph.D. '05, electrical engineering) has been promoted to full professor of engineering at Stefan cel Mare University in Romania.
Jaime Jurado (B.S. '83, chemical engineering) is a new brewer with Susquehanna Brewing Co. in Jenkins Township, Penn.
Jon Nekritz (B.S. '78, civil engineering) is a senior bridge safety engineer with the Federal Highway Administration in Matteson, Ill.
Huimin Jenny Zhan (M.S. '93, chemical engineering) has been appointed the new chief strategy officer of Ambow Education Holding Ltd., a provider of educational and career enhancement services in China.
The Clark School Mourns the Passing of...
Over the past month, we were saddened to learn of the passing of Dennis Francis Hasson (Ph.D. '70, chemical engineering).
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