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Engineering Academy of Southern New England
University of Massachusetts

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WHAT IS THE ACADEMY?

The Engineering Academy of Southern New England is a powerful collaboration of regional engineering education programs, technology education programs, and industry that promises to produce a set of engineering courses, curricula and workforce training programs focused on the integration of design and manufacturing, team work, and hands-on manufacturing. The Engineering Academy brings together seven educational institutions that have nationally recognized programs in manufacturing engineering and technology education and research, in collaboration with over twenty regional manufacturing companies, the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, and the state economic development programs of Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.

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UMASS PROJECTS

button Abstracts of the UMass Academy Curriculum/Diversity projects


CONCURRENT DESIGN of Internet-Linked Data Logger System

An Interdisciplinary Senior Design Project:
UMass Amherst, UConn, and UTC Hamilton Standard Division


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QUARTERLY REPORTS

February, 1996

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LINKS TO UMASS PROJECT-INSPIRED WEB SITES

The Electronic Design Library

The Design for Manufacturing Tutor

Multimedia Teaching Materials for Electronic Design Software

LINKS TO OTHER SITES

Academy Central Home Site

UConn branch Home Site

URI branch Home Site

UMass Lowell branch Home Site

Hartford Graduate Center branch Home Site

UMass College of Engineering

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Please direct any questions regarding the Academy at UMass to :

Dr. Richard Giglio
Dept. of MIE
220 Engineering Lab Bldg.
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003
giglio@ecs.umass.edu

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