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ME Operations During COVID-19 Outbreak
Academic, Finance, IT, Personnel, Purchasing, and Travel To All Members of the Department of Mechanical Engineering: Due to the evolving COVID-19 outbreak, following the guidelines provided by the University of Maryland, College Park, the operations of the Department of Mechanical Engineering will now be 100% Teleworking, effective immediately and until further notice. We need to support and be mindful…
COVID 19 Outbreak Plan – ME Operations
To All Members of the Department of Mechanical Engineering: Due to the evolving COVID-19 outbreak, following the guidelines provided by the University of Maryland, College Park, the operations of the Department of Mechanical Engineering will require limiting of the presence of staff members in the office each day and allowing for teleworking of employees. While we…
Laptop Rental for International Travel
Faculty and staff members can now rent laptops for departmental use from the Division of Information Technology. They are configured to address security concerns related to international travel, and using them can prevent the compromise of department-owned and personal laptops. Renters can choose a Macintosh (available now) or Windows (coming soon) operating system. Basic software…
Expanded MATLAB Availability
New computational tools are now available to university community members thanks to an expanded campus-wide license for MATLAB, Simulink, and companion toolboxes. The new license covers on-campus and home installations for all current students, instructors, staff, and researchers, as well as classroom and lab installations, and it is available thanks to a collaboration among DIT, the…
Phishing Attack Precautions
Never give your university password to anyone, especially in response to an unsolicited e-mail message. A legitimate University of Maryland message will never make such a request. University e-mail users (along with users at many other universities) continue to receive fraudulent messages. These messages, impersonating university officials or referencing university services, are being sent in…
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