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UMass Amherst Students Build Timber Grid Shell as Pop-up Exhibition on Fine Arts Center Plaza

Timber Grid Shell

After a lot of work, the timber gridshell on the Fine Arts Center plaza is now finally up and open to the public. This multidisciplinary design-build project, led by BCT faculty Peggi Clouston and supported by BCT adjunct faculty John Fabel (and many others), involved many students from across UMass. You can find more information […]

BCT is now also part of the School of Earth and Sustainability (SES) at UMass

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As one of the programs in the Department of Environmental Conservation, BCT is very proud to be part of the new UMass Amherst School of Earth and Sustainability (SES), announced today. Our core foci of sustainable building, construction, and energy systems make us a keystone partner to represent the sustainable built environment in this new […]

Hoque panelist on Nov. 3 on “Women in Energy and Environment”

Women In Energy Flyer

Next Tuesday, Nov 3, there will be a panel on Women in Energy and Environment: Discover your Career! (see flyer below) at 5:30pm in the Cape Cod Lounge (Student Union) at UMass, featuring our own Dr. Simi Hoque!

Simi Hoque and Brian Kane talk about their Eureka! experience this summer in new video

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The following video, published by UMass Media Relations, summarizes another successful summer at UMass for the Eureka! Girls Inc. group of Holyoke. BCT’s Simi Hoque, who coordinated their visit to UMass, introduces the many workshops in the video. One of the workshops – on building macaroni bridges – was run by BCT graduate students Carl Fiocchi, Nariman Mostafavi, […]

UMass Extension Inaugurates New Program in Energy

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The UMass Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (CAFE) recently showcased BCT faculty member Ben Weil’s efforts with the Massachusetts Energy Extension Initiative (MAEEI), a program funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources. You can read more about it here: http://ag.umass.edu/news-events/highlights/umass-extension-inaugurates-new-program-in-energy