Maryland Engineering’s dean will provide insight to the Navy regarding its science and technology needs.
Women continue to shape history, including at the Clark School of Engineering. This month we celebrate those landmarks and the work necessary to forge them, and how it’s incumbent upon our larger community to assist in this work.
Three Clark School professors have been newly chosen as 2022 Fellows by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science
family of journals.
Jennifer L. Schwartz will become the next Chief Development Officer & Assistant Dean for the A. James Clark School of Engineering on September 12, 2022.
He will lead Clark School research, partnership and outreach activities in Southern Maryland.
Messages to our Winter 2021 Clark School graduates from Dean Samuel Graham, Jr. and Jaser Attallah '21, electrical engineering graduate.
Clark School dean’s research highlights promising new materials in ultrawide bandgap electronics.
Christopher T. Jones (Ph.D. '97) and Rajiv Laroia (M.S. '89, Ph.D. '92) have been elected to the 2021 Class of the National Academy of Engineering, one of the highest professional recognitions in an engineer's career.
Laroia founded Flarion Technologies in 2000 and developed Flash-OFDM broadband wireless technology there.
Darryll Pines has served as Dean of the A. James Clark School of Engineering since January 2009.
Comprehensive report on the future of clean energy innovation in Maryland delivered today to Governor Hogan
The Clark School welcomes six National Academy Engineering members who will be returning to or joining our faculty this fall.
Three faculty receive AIAA NCS awards for their outstanding contributions to research and education.
The groundbreaking effort by Maryland faculty and researchers could help expand donor access to transplantation.
Key concerns include vehice safety, software reliabillity, and cybersecurity.
Dean of UMD's engineering school to receive one of engineering's highest honors.
An annual event honored the academic achievements of the Clark School's diverse student body.
Alumnus to join Innovation Hall of Fame roster in Nov. 27 ceremony.
"Synapto" awarded first place in 2017 NIH DEBUT Challenge
The institute was created to turn research breakthroughs into commercial, clean energy solutions.
Ehrman has accepted the position of Don Beall Dean of the Davidson College of Engineering.
Placed in the top five for overall pod design.
Aerospace Engineering faculty member awarded U.S. government's highest honor for early-career science and engineering professionals.
Joins 23 other Clark-affiliated faculty
CEE to redesign virtual and physical infrastructure engineering laboratories.
UMD home to Big Ten's first large-scale 3-D printing MakerBot Innovation Center.
Annual award recognizes outstanding service to the state.
Inaugural TS/UM Social Innovation Challenge to spur development of transformative solutions for societal issues.
Associate dean and Keystone professor to be honored with Society for Experimental Mechanics award.
Teng Li, Ray Liu, and Heidi Sauber were recognized with awards.
Fund will support one undergraduate and one graduate student.
Clark School says good-bye to former professor, chair and dean.
Ceremony recognizes extraordinary contributions to the Clark School by faculty, staff members.
ECE professor recognized for high number of citations his publications received from fellow researchers.
New NSF-funded UM program seeks to advance women faculty in science, engineering.
Stresses 'more-than-tech' solutions for government and private sectors.
Agreement expands research, development and engineering efforts between the two entities.
Award recognizes Mtech founding director's extraordinary contributions to campus.
Current University of Iowa Executive VP and Provost named new U-Md. President, effective November 1
Clark School officially welcomes Dean Pines, thanks Interim Dean Rabin.
Andre Marshall receives award for work to improve fire suppression.
Chair of Clark School’s Department of Aerospace Engineering becomes Dean and Farvardin Professor.
UM agrees to exchange of faculty, students with Pakistani university.
New bioengineering wing dedicated; 2008 Fischell Fellow announced.
$7.6M, 7,400-square-foot addition to Kim Building serves as new department home.
Former dean and current provost, Nariman Farvardin, has starring role.
Gift from Jeong H. Kim helps fund reach milestone, supports Great Expectations
Krizek to be Clark School Innovation Hall of Fame inductee.
MTECH director assumes position July 1, when Dean Farvardin becomes provost.
Dean develops method for compressing, decompressing images with Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
Nariman Farvardin presides over final graduation as Clark School dean.
Current Clark School dean will assume new position on July 1.
Dean cites need for "10,000 gifts" to reach $185M Great Expectations
Record number of alumni attend reception, talk by John Porcari.
Dean Farvardin authors "Last Word" column in March 2007 issue.
Higher education institute cites research expenditures and articles among criteria.
Advisors ask alumni, corporate partners to help achieve recruitment goals.
West, Viterbi and Laroia draw full house for White Symposium.
Electrical engineering alumnus inducted into Innovation Hall of Fame for telecommunications inventions.
Workshop is a comprehensive, one-day introduction to starting a company.
Bioengineering benefactor lectures on "Engineering for Humanity, Fun and Profit."
UC Irvine professor also wins IEEE's Marconi Prize.
Cooperation seeks to enhance collaborative educational and research activities in energy sciences.
$50,000 gift fosters excellent undergraduate teaching skills among faculty.
Historical display honors Glenn L. Martin and Lockheed Martin.
Aviator's contributions are celebrated in special presentation.
Six professors have been named to the Clark School's new Keystone program.
Robert Metcalfe's Whiting-Turner lecture, "Ethernet and Entrepreneurship,"
delivered provocative pronouncements on luck, innovation and university
research to an overflow audience.
Engineering scholarship benefactors and their student recipients met over lunch at the Kim Building this week.
Irwin Jacobs, co-founder and chairman of QUALCOMM, described the coming super cell phone as "the one device that’s always with you" in this year's first Whiting-Turner Lecture.
Alumnus and NASA Administrator Michael Griffin shared his vision for space exploration at the Clark School this week.
Connect with entrepreneurs, investors and new venture experts at this year's Technology Start-Up Boot Camp—free to students and faculty.
The Innovation Hall of Fame has moved to its new Kim Building home and now includes two new members.
Daniel Lathrop, associate professor of physics, will become acting director of the Institute for Research for Electronics and Applied Physics (IREAP).
High school students pitched their ideas for start-up companies as part of the first university-level entrepreneurship course offered by the Clark School's Hinman CEOs Program to pre-college students.
Professor Patrick O’Shea has been named the new chair of the Clark School’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE).
Clark School faculty will team up with faculty at the University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute (UMBI) to design and implement educational and research programs in the areas of nano-biotechnology and molecular bioprocessing.
Most recent issue of The U.S. News & World Report "America's Best Graduate Schools"
ranks A. James Clark School of Engineering among the very best in the nation.
This week the governors of Maryland and Virginia and the mayor of Washington, D.C., established the Chesapeake Nanotechnology Initiative to accelerate the development of nanotech products and businesses in the region, and the Clark School’s Dean Nariman Farvardin was named to the steering committee and as chair of the Planning and Outreach Working Group.
This week the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute (MTECH) celebrated its 20th anniversary and was honored for its pioneering and ever-growing services that link Clark School capabilities and the needs of the business world. The celebration was held in the new Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building.
Secretary of Business & Economics for the state of Maryland praised the Clark School of Engineering for helping make Maryland a "knowledge economy."
The A. James Clark Scholarship Endowment will provide financial support for Clark School undergraduate engineering students.
Alumni were most impressed by the striking three-story rotunda, with its sweeping circular staircase.
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) visited the Clark School on Friday, July 19.
Most recent issue of The U.S. News & World Report "America's Best Graduate Schools" ranks the Clark School No. 16.
Professor David Barbe, executive director of MTECH awarded the first American Society of Engineering Education Outstanding Entrepreneurship Educator Award.
News from Dean Nariman Farvardin.
News from Dean Nariman Farvardin.
News from Dean Nariman Farvardin.
Nariman Farvardin, dean of the Clark School of Engineering and professor of electrical and computer engineering, is one of "The Five to Watch in 2003" in business named by The Washington Post
A list of Clark school accomplishments for Fall 2002, with an introduction by Dean Nariman Farvardin.
Dr. Eyad Abed, professor of electrical and computer engineering, is named Director of the Institute for Systems Research (ISR).
The University of Maryland together with six other institutions will form the nation's first National Institute of Aerospace.
A list of Clark school accomplishments for Summer 2002, with an introduction by Dean Nariman Farvardin.
Dean Nariman Farvardin of the A. James Clark School of Engineering is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeong H. Kim, Ph.D., as Professor of the Practice.
Graduate students from the Alfred Gessow Rotorcraft Center wins first place in the 2002 19th Annual AHS/INDUSTRY/NASA Student Design Competition.
A list of Clark school accomplishments for Spring 2002
Dr. Nariman Farvardin, dean of Clark School of Engineering, featured in a Washington Post article.
On Tuesday, May 29, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering dedicated four state-of-the-art laboratories for research and education in computer engineering.