Meet Allison Murphy, a CEMS senior majoring in environmental engineering and Spanish, with a minor in European Studies.
Interim Dean Bernard "Chip" Cole describes the latest research and other news happening in the College.
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Approximately 200 students from 15 middle schools will compete in subjects that include probability, statistics, algebra and geometry during the annual MATHCOUNTS Northwest Region Competition held on Saturday February 13, 2010 at UVM.
Despite an intense training schedule, the 28 year old student-athlete continues his courses towards his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering within the UVM College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences.
Graduate student Karen Sentoff was honored as TRC Outstanding Student of the Year at the Council of University Transportation Centers Twelfth Anniversary Annual Awards Banquet. She received a plaque from the U.S. DOT and a $1,000 check.
With any luck, engineering professor Arne Bomblies will get a chance to settle into his University of Vermont office one of these days. But there's nothing like tracking a killer to keep a scholar moving.
Interim Dean Bernard "Chip" Cole has announced the appointment of Doug Dickey as Assistant Dean of the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (CEMS).
Steve DiStasi, a UVM CEMS graduate in Electrical Engineering, was invited to present a Keynote Address at the IEEE - Prognostics & System Health Management Conference held in Macau, China.
Bridge engineering is one of the fields of research for Dryver Huston, professor in UVM's College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (CEMS). Huston's expertise was featured in two WCAX-TV interviews concerning demolition and reconstruction of the Champlain Bridge.
A team of researchers led by Paul Hines, assistant professor in engineering, and Josh Bongard, assistant professor in computer science, are seeking participants for a research project designed to help people manage their electric energy consumption.
A collaborative research grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) has been received for research on data mining by Dr. Xindong Wu, chair and professor for the CEMS Department of Computer Science.
The Vermont Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) has received a 2009 Consortium Development Competition Award of $195,000 from NASA to fund a research project that will develop a CubeSat satellite payload package.