A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland
Celebrate with us!Seperator
No matter where you are, we hope that you'll celebrate your UMD Mechanical Engineering pride! Here are some easy ways that you can get involved:
- Share an artifact, such as some old technology, a photo, a publication, or a syllabus from an earlier time or tell us about your experience at the Clark School and how things have changed and grown.
- Add a milestone to our interactive timeline above.
- Attend one of our events, which we'll share throughout the year.
- Give to one of our funds to continue the mechanical engineering tradition of generosity.
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