University of Maryland Fire Protection Engineering Alumni Club Homecoming Tailgate When: Saturday November 2, 2019 9AM - 12PM ET Where: Soccer Field Tailgate Area Near Lot 1 How much: $10 per person Number of Tickets 1 Ticket $10.00 USD 2 Tickets $20.00 USD 3 Tickets $30.00 USD 4 Tickets $40.00 USD Sponsorships Available: $1,000- Gold $500 – Silver $250 – Bronze Sponsor Level Gold $1,000.00 USD Silver $500.00 USD Bronze $250.00 USD
We are pleased to announce the details for our annual alumni dinner at the NFPA Conference! When: Tuesday, June 12 @ 6 PM Where: The Goodwich (7355 S. Buffalo Road, Suite G, Las Vegas, NV) How much: $50 per person or $20 for current UMD students Please RSVP by making payment using the below PayPal button: Pay in Advance Current UMD Students $20.00 USD All Others $50.00 USD
We are pleased to announce the details for our annual alumni dinner at the NFPA Conference! When: Tuesday, June 14 @ 6 PM Dinner by Chef Josh Clark Where: Soho Loft Art Gallery 900 S Las Vegas Blvd (north side of building at Las Vegas Blvd. and Hoover Ave.) How much: $40 per person or $20 for current UMD students Please RSVP by making payment using the below PayPal button or sending a check to: Tisha Overman TERPConsulting 7936 Monaco Bay Court Las Vegas, NV 89117 Pay in Advance Current UMD Students $20.00 USD All Others $40.00 USD
March 31, 2015 – Casey Grant has been named executive director of the Fire Protection Research Foundation. The Foundation, an affiliate of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), manages research on a broad range of fire safety issues in support of the NFPA mission. “Casey brings years of experience with the Foundation and NFPA and deep research expertise to his new leadership role,” said NFPA President Jim Pauley. “Through his great accomplishments directing a wide-range of research, Casey is uniquely qualified to lead the Foundation in advancing NFPA’s mission.” Grant previously served as research director for the Foundation. He is a registered professional engineer in fire protection engineering in the States of California and Tennessee and is a fellow of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers and the Institute of…
Photos courtesy of Stephen C. Leahy (BS '76), provided by David J. Icove (BS '75). [caption id="attachment_381" align="alignnone" width="300"] Dr. Harry Hickey at his desk.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_383" align="alignnone" width="300"] Prof Bryan at his desk.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_382" align="alignnone" width="300"] Dr. Harry Hickey teaching fire station location in the Urban Fire Problem Analysis class.[/caption]
An FPE alum, Jessica Hubert (BS ‘06) after having to resign her position in a fire protection engineering position due to family concerns, was recently involved in a serious accident. The accident has left Jesse paralyzed below the waist. Even with almost a month of recovery in the hospital, she will be in a wheelchair for the near future, perhaps forever. Due to the resignation of her position, Jesse is without health insurance. She is a single mom with a 3 year old child. She needs assistance with medical expenses, rehabilitation costs and to retrofit their home for handicapped and wheelchair accessibility. All donations will be used for Jesse. A fund has been set up to help Jesse and her family. Here’s the link where you can make a…
The Fire Protection Engineering Department is pleased to now display their facilities and laboratories through a virtual tour located on the Department website. This is a great way for alumni to explore the Department's state of the art facilities located in the J.M. Patterson Building on campus. Check out the tour using the link below: http://fpe.umd.edu/vr
Holly Morris of Fox 5 News took time to interview some girls from the Women in Engineering Camp at the University of Maryland. It looks like the fire tornado was quite the hit at camp! See the comment at 4:45 in the video.