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Commencement 2014 (May 10th, 2014)

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We had the absolute pleasure to congratulate our graduating undergrad (BS) and grad (MS) students today and yesterday at UMass’ commencement. Most but definitely not all of our undergrads are shown in the image above. Below are more impressions from these ceremonies. We are so proud of you all!!! All the best from us.

Simi Hoque Speaks at Windsor Conference in the UK (May 1st, 2014)

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BCT faculty member Simi Hoque presented her and Ben Weil’s research on April 13, 2014 at the Windsor Conference in the UK in a presentation called “Cold Comfort – Thermal Satisfaction in Academia”. For more on the conference and a link to download the proceedings, follow this link: http://windsorconference.com

Simi Hoque interviewed on WHMP about Eureka! program (Dec 11th, 2013)

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BCT faculty member Simi Hoque was interviewed today for the Bill Newman show on WHMP in Northampton, MA about her experiences with last summer’s Eureka! program. During the Eureka! program, teenage girls from Girls, Inc. in Holyoke visited UMass for a workshop series at UMass. You can listen to the entire podcast here: http://whmp.com/podcasts/the-bill-newman-show-12-11-13/ More […]

Simi Hoque’s Urban Modeling (Oct 17th, 2013)

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Dr. Simi Hoque is passionate about improving the ways in which buildings use the earth’s resources.  She teaches environmental systems and sustainable design principles in the Department of Environmental Conservation at UMass Amherst. Her research, partially funded by the Center’s Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, is focused around the application and development of energy-efficient buildings. Dr. […]

Hoque and Weil introduce Eureka! students from Girls Inc. to energy conservation (Jul 22nd, 2013)

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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 […]