Broadcast IT Engineer Spectrum News Albany At Spectrum

Engineering change is a team effort, and everyone has an important role to play. Join our vast network of dedicated members to help build strong, sustainable communities around the world. Psychologist. Job growth in psychology is expected to be around 19% and median expected salary around $76K. There are a variety of positions open in psychology, from clinics to public schools. A team of students from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and UMass Lowell’s Solar Energy Engineering Program will compete in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon next fall.

Wearden, G. 2009. Nokia to shed another 1,700 jobs. The Guardian website. Online Available from -mobiles-telecoms-recession Accessed 25th March 2009. Gather user production workflow requirements and implements Broadcast I.T. technologies to further enhance production efficiency.

Prof. Tzu-Yang Yu of Civil Engineering Department helps come up with a novel plan to conduct mobile inspections of roadways using an automated drive-by” monitoring system. Prof. Carl Lawton would be the first person to admit that he is more at home among bioprocessing tanks than State House hallways. Yet he didn’t let that stop him promoting his Center’s expansion.

Superintendents from more than 20 Massachusetts school districts gathered at the ICC Oct. 7 to explore partnerships in STEM fields. The Formula SAE race car designed and built by the River Hawk Racing Team will be on display at the New England International Auto Show in Boston from Dec. 2 to 6.

Subscribe to our e-newsletter for regular updates on research and education in the Pratt School of Engineering. Visit the Duke Engineering Now webpage to learn more. Dartmouth engineering professor Laura Ray and PhD candidate Joshua Cook want the tractor caravans that bring fuel and supplies across Antarctica to be able to get there and back in half the time.

The Toxics Use Reduction Institute (TURI) awarded four grants to UMass Lowell faculty to identify and test less hazardous substances. A team of Western Engineering students news enginner has taken a top prize in the PCI Engineering Student Design Award Big Beam Competition.” The student team received first place in the international zone and won best video.

Families from across the South West were given a dazzling flash of inspiration and entertainment during a special festive treat, organised jointly by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) and the University of Exeter. Dozens of local Boy Scouts recently visited UMass Lowell to work on a merit badge in nuclear science.

UMass Lowell hosted this year’s American Society of Civil Engineers steel bridge and concrete canoe regional competitions. Sophomore plastics engineering major Brian Amici combines his love of domino designs and Taylor Swift’s music into an internet sensation.

Prof. Julie Chen joins other experts in calling for continued federal support for university-industry partnerships in nanomanufacturing. The university’s new Integrated Nuclear Security and Safeguards Laboratory brings together a multidisciplinary group of experts from across UMass Lowell colleges and departments.

PROduce is a noun meaning fruit and vegetables, and proDUCE is a verb that means to manufacture. CONtent is a noun for what is inside something and conTENT means happy. From fruit peels and algae, a UMass Lowell research team works to create less-toxic detergent.

The university’s new co-op partnership with Kronos gives students opportunities to dive into meaningful and productive work. A group researchers has developed a highly sensitive optical sensor that can rapidly detect even trace amounts of explosives in the air.

This year, three UMass Lowell researchers and their collaborators were among those chosen to receive grants from the UMass Commercial Ventures and Intellectual Property (CVIP) Technology Development Fund. Mechanical engineering alum Marcelle Durrenberger ’16 is working with rocket scientists at Los Angeles fashion-tech design house” to revolutionize the high-heel shoe.

Forget concrete jungles. It’s all about concrete marinas for a group of UMass Lowell students who loaded their 19-foot, 8-inch boat into a truck Monday morning, bound for an American Society of Civil Engineers contest in Illinois. UMass Lowell’s Wind Energy Research Group (WERG) was recently awarded $200,000 by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center to help strengthen and grow its research capacity.

On Dec. 8, John Ting and John Duffy will be presented the UMass President’s Awards for outstanding work as scholars and advocates in their chosen fields. I really like the computerized tool of heart rate variability biofeedback as a stress counseling tool. The civil engineering professor highlighted his research in his recent University Professor Lecture — entitled Sniffing and Tasting the Fruits of Interdisciplinary Research” — at Alumni Hall on North Campus.