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Calabro, Kevin

Calabro, Kevin

Director, Keystone Program
Keystone Instructor
Principal Lecturer
A. James Clark School of Engineering
2108 J.M. Patterson Building

Kevin Calabro is Keystone Instructor, Principal Lecturer, and Director of the Keystone Program at the University of Maryland and Credit & Placement Team Lead on the National Science Foundation funded Engineering for US All (e4usa) high school engineering initiative. Kevin received his Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering and Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland. He was hired as a lecturer in 2006 when the Keystone Program formed and has been driven since that time by the desire to provide engineering students with the best educational experience possible during their first two years on campus. Since 2006 when Calabro joined the Keystone Program, 2-year retention rates within engineering have risen by 12.4% to 79.2% and five-year graduation rates have risen by 18.1% to 76.0%.

A Wider Lens

UMD engineering faculty are finding ways to introduce sustainability concepts throughout the curriculum.

Clark Scholars Program Network: Another Powerful Tool for Student Success

Every person has the potential for greatness. As educators, we have the privilege and responsibility of helping them achieve it. That is what we strive to do in the A. James Clark School of Engineering.

Banas Family Provides Support for Future Engineers in the Keystone Program

Karen and Rob Banas give $25,000 to the Keystone Program in honor of their daughter to provide support for students, faculty, and resources.

Search Initiated for New Clark School Dean

A national search has been initiated for a new Dean of the A. James Clark School of Engineering.

Consensus for First-of-its-Kind Pre-College Engineering Course

Representatives from more than 100 high schools, colleges, and universities convened at the E4USA Engineering Curriculum Workshop.

Clark School Freshmen Compete in Hovercraft Competition

ENES100 students build autonomous hovercrafts for final exam.

"Nebuchadnezzar" Takes Autonomous Hovercraft Honors

Freshman design competition introduces payload challenge.

Live News Broadcast at Clark School

WTTG Fox 5 broadcasts live from ENES100 hovercraft competition at the Kim Building.

Students Build Anacostia Bio-Retention Facility

Natural system to reduce pollution, flooding result of university-community partnership.

New Keystone Instructors Selected

Thamire, Bonenberger and Calabro selected to enhance teaching of fundamental courses.