Acoustics Students Win Second Place in International Design Competition
Sara Gambacorta '16 and Chris Springthorpe '16 received a commendation award for their Architectural Acoustics Design Competition held at the spring Acoustical Society of America's conference in Salt Lake City Utah. The vast majority of design entrants were from graduate programs in acoustics. Well done, Chris and Sara!
Dr. King Wins Ribicoff Prize Our very own Dr. Eoin King, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Acoustics, has been awarded the prestigious 2016 Belle K. Ribicoff Junior Faculty Prize. The prize recognizes excellence in teaching, scholarship and creative activity among tenure-track faculty at the University. He received the award from President Harrison at our most recent Commencement Ceremony here on campus. Congratulations to Dr. King! You can read more about this and his surprise discovery here.
UH Alum Featured in New York Times Article
Ms. Victoria Cerami (BSME/Acoustics '81) is Chief Executive of Cerami and Associates, Inc., a comprehensive acoustical, audiovisual and technology consulting firm based in New York City. Their projects have included the new One World Trade Center, the US Olympic Training Center & Natatorium in
Colorado Springs, CO, and the Blue Man Group Theatre at The Venetian in Las Vegas, NV. She has been featured in a recent New York Times article. Read more here.
Acoustics Student wins Fulbright and Martin Scholarship
Miles Aron (B.S.E. in Acoustical Engineering & Music '13), not only received one of the University of Hartford’s highest awards at this year’s Commencement, the John G. Martin Scholarship to Oxford University, but has also been awarded one of the world’s most prestigious educational honors, a Fulbright scholarship. Read more here.
Dr. Bob Gives Opening Plenary at NoiseCon 2016
Dr. Bob Celmer, Program Director of our UHartford Acoustics Program, was invited to present the opening plenary session at NoiseCon 2016, held in Providence, Rhode Island. His presentation gave an overview of our undergraduate programs in acoustics. Read more here.
B.S.E. Acoustical Engineering Program attains ABET Accreditation
Our B.S.E. Program in Acoustical Engineering and Music is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. This accreditation joins our re-accredited B.S.M.E. with Acoustics Concentration program. We are excited to have both programs attain this national certification. ABET accreditation is the established benchmark for undergraduate engineering programs in the U.S.
Paul S. Veneklasen Research Foundation Reverberation Room Dedicated
The Paul S. Veneklasen Research Foundation Reverberation Room was dedicated recently at a ceremony in our UH Acoustics Engineering Laboratory. Click here to read more about this memorable event.
Acoustics Program Featured in National Trade Magazine
Hartford's Acoustics Program and Laboratory was featured in a recent issue of Sound & Vibration Magazine, including the cover! The full article can be read here.