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Media: How May We Help You?

E@M Magazine

Learn about the Clark School's most innovative programs, research, faculty, students and alumni:  Issues of E@M, our alumni magazine, are available online.

For More Information:

E-Mail our media staff or call:

(301) 405-6266

 

 

The Clark School of Engineering welcomes the interest of reporters, editors and producers who wish to know about our work and how it affects the world, or who have a broad interest in technology and the major issues associated with it. We can help you get facts and interviews for a specific story, or give you background on a topic you'd like to explore.

We offer three primary contacts to handle your requests:

  • Pamela R.M. Phetphongsy
    Assistant Dean for Communications
    (301) 405-6266
    pmorse@umd.edu
  • Melissa L. Andreychek
    Assistant Director for Communications
    (301) 405-0292
    mandreyc@umd.edu
  • Lee Tune
    Senior Media Relations Associate for Science and Technology
    (301) 405-4679
    ltune@umd.edu

You may also access a number of online resources directly:

  • Clark School Press Releases
    Browse the most recent releases from the school or its units, and releases from the university that deal primarily with the school.
  • Facts and Figures
    Get the big picture with statistics, rankings, and history. Learn about our core capabilities, degrees offered, research, notable alumni, and more.
  • Expert Sources
    The university's UM Expert database helps you contact faculty members who are have offered to speak with the media, and specifies their areas of expertise.
  • Magazines and Newsletters
    Browse recent issues of Engineering at Maryland (E@M), the school's alumni magazine; the Clark School e-Newsletter; and a selection of departmental, center, and institute publications.
  • The Newsroom
    Get all of the Clark School's current news, including coverage of recent events.
  • Archived News
    Browse or search a collection of news stories that first appeared on the home page of this web site.

We hope you find these helpful. Please feel free to contact us to ask questions, request interviews or learn about upcoming technology-related events that may be newsworthy.