AMHERST, Mass. – The University of Massachusetts Amherst is one of the top 22 among more than 800 colleges nationwide recognized this month as a “Green Honor Roll School” by The Princeton Review. Giving the flagship campus of the Commonwealth’s public university system a perfect 99 on a 99-point scale this week, the Review’s annual […]
Girls from project Eureka! (Girls, Inc.) working with Ben Weil and Simi Hoque to test the duct dog for air leakage. In our workshop, they learned about energy conservation, heat transfer, and how to use a thermal imaging camera to detect heat signatures. They also had a really good time decorating ‘Milo’ the dog and […]
Helping girls excel in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), Clouston worked with eighth graders on bridge construction during a workshop sponsored by Girls Inc. Eureka! They built and broke models of truss bridges while learning about forces and how material can be placed in special patterns to make stronger structures. More information: http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2013/07/post_392.html
BCT Student Irina Makucha (third from the left) was one of the recipients of a 2013 Professional Women in Construction Scholarship. For more details visit the following link: http://www.pwcusa.org/chapter-specific/CT01/scholarships.php?chapter=CT01 Congratulations!
We at BCT always love to hear what our alumni are doing. It was therefore very nice to see how successful two of our former students (when we were called BMATWT) are at the local development and construction firm Integrity. Here are two features taken from recent press releases: Anna Novey (BS ’04): Anna started working […]