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The University of Southern Maine has named its 2012-2013 recipients of the National Science Foundation STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Scholarships.
Matt Pemberton, a senior in USM's Mechanical Engineering program, is chief operating office for Maine Standard Biofeuls. Pemberton and Maine Standard Biofeuls, Maine's only commercial biodiesel plant, were featured in a Portland Press Herald article regarding a tax incentive meant to boost production of biofeuls this year.
Engineering students visit Pratt and Whitney.
The University of Southern Maine invites applications for part-time instructor positions in all areas of engineering.
Prof Carlos Luck (pictured on left) and Prof Mehrdaad Ghorashi (pictured on the right) received awards at this year's 2012 Faculty Senate Award Banquet.
The Engineering Department will be open this Summer
Many of our Engineering students participated in Thinking Matters this year. Please take a moment and check out our 2012 Thinking Matters Photo Gallery, within it you will find pictures of our students with their posters and descriptions of what their projects were.
Starting Fall 2012, the Engineering Department is now offering a series of 1 credit Engineering Tools courses in Mathematica and Solidworks.
The Departments of Engineering and Technology took part in the Maine Engineers Week Banquet and Expo at the University of Maine on March 2-3. 2012. The Friday night banquet featured speaker was Lawrence L. “Kaz” Kazmerski, Executive Director at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado, and a recipient of the World Photovoltaic Award for outstanding leadership and contributions to the worldwide advancement of photovoltaic science and technology.
On Saturday, February 4th, USM's Departments of Engineering and Technology hosted the Western Maine MathCounts Competition attended by 52 Middle School students.

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