The University of Maryland’s location inside the capitol beltway provides unique professional opportunities to students. The Clark School’s Engineering Co-op & Career Services Office provides a full range of career development programs and services to students and employers interested in cooperative education, internships, and post-graduation engineering positions.
Corporate Partner Highlights
The Clark School has developed strong ties with corporate partners with an emphasis on long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with a 360-degree approach, capitalizing on opportunities for student recruitment, workforce development, advanced professional education programs, collaborative research, and shared goals and objectives. Some examples of Clark School corporate partner relationships include:
Canon Life Sciences & UMD Collaborate on Rapid Infectious Disease Diagnosis Technology
Canon U.S. Life Sciences, Inc., a subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc., and the Clark School continue a research collaboration to develop a highly automated system providing rapid infectious disease test results while also simplifying the process to allow clinical staff to perform point of care disease diagnosis.
Leidos Invests in Innovation Partnership with UMD
Leidos, a national security, health, and engineering solutions company, invests in UMD’s leading engineering, public health, and cybersecurity research and education programs. Donations support programs that promote diversity in STEM, talent development programs, research efforts, student activities, scholarships, and fellowships.
Northrop Grumman Renews Commitment to Cybersecurity Honors Program with $2.76M Gift
The University of Maryland and Northrop Grumman collaborate to develop the Advanced Cybersecurity Experience for Students (ACES), the nation’s first cybersecurity honors program for undergraduates.
Sikorsky Endows UMD Professorship in Rotorcraft
Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., a Lockheed Martin Company, commits $1 million dollars to endow a fund creating the Igor Sikorsky Distinguished Professorship in Rotorcraft at UMD’s Clark School.
Whiting-Turner Contributes $1.5M to Infrastructure Engineering Laboratories Renovation Initiative
Whiting-Turner supports efforts to equip Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering students with the resources needed to develop comprehensive understanding of the engineering science behind the systems and structures on which society relies. The donation will help bring to life the department’s vision for new, state-of-the-art facilities and laboratory equipment.
Visit our Corporate Partners page to learn more.