Racing to Learn: Building a Race Car, Building a Skill Set
Imagine designing a Formula style race car. Now imagine you actually have to build it from the ground up. Sound daunting? Not to students involved in the Formula SAE Team at UMD. Associate Professor Daniel Pope from SCSE’s Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering acts as the team’s advisor and facilitator, while other SCSE professors contribute technical expertise via individual instruction. read more
Discovery Could Save Thousands of Lives
The lives of 33,000 people in the United States alone could be saved each year based on the collaborative discovery of three scientists from UMD, the University of Minnesota Medical School—Duluth, and the University of Minnesota Medical School – Minneapolis. Matthew Andrews, Ph.D., Lester R. Drewes, Ph.D, and Gregory Beilman, M.D. have designed a low volume resuscitation fluid that may increase the survival rates of people who would otherwise die from hemorrhagic shock. read more
Support SCSE with a Scholarship Gift
Now more than ever UMD students can benefit from scholarship support. Today’s students are shouldering a much higher percentage of the actual cost of higher education than ever before in our history. Watch the video to hear from a student receiving a scholarship and the donor that is making her award possible. Then please consider supporting scholarships for science and engineering students. read more
Swenson College of Science and Engineering Enrollment
Freshmen enrollment in SCSE for the fall of 2010 is projected to be 635 individuals. This number will ensure that students can get into the courses that they need. "We are committed to making sure that our students can stay on track to graduate in a timely manner" said Janny B. Walker, in SCSE Student Affairs. read more
Are you taking advantage of GoldPASS?
GoldPASS online is designed to help connect alumni and students with employers, volunteer opportunities, and internships across the country.
Post your resume, search and view open positions, register for career fairs, and even schedule interviews. Employers can open an account on GoldPASS and post available positions as well as internship or volunteer opportunities.
Dean Jim Riehl's Book Released
The reader of Mirror-Image Asymmetry: An Introduction to the Origin and Consequences of Chirality will develop a broad appreciation of three-dimensional asymmetry from the microscopic molecular world to the macroscopic world of handedness, automobile driving, windmills, sports, and similar phenomena. read more