Welcome to our new website!

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The Center for Risk and Reliability is excited to announce the launch of our brand new website. We are excited to launch some new content to our website users and invite you to stay connected with CRR. Alongside our new website, CRR is launching a new semesterly newsletter, filled with upcoming events, news from the semester, student spotlights, and more. Click here if you are interested in joining our mailing list. 

While much of the content has remained the same, please see below for information regarding our new site map. If you have any questions or are looking for information not listed below, please email us at crr@umd.edu.

Homepage: The homepage will have the most recent news and events from CRR and some fast facts about the Center. 

About Us: Looking to learn more about CRR? Check out our About Us page! Directions to the Center from various airports, transit stations, and driving/parking instructions can also be found on this page.

People: Interested in meeting our faculty and students? The People page holds the Faculty Directory and our Student Spotlights. Please note the Faculty Directory may also be found in the footer of every page. Alumni looking to stay involved with the Center or the Clark School of Engineering can also find information on this page.

Educational Programs: Are you interested in one of the four educational programs in reliability engineering offered at UMD or short courses in reliability engineering? Our Educational Programs page has everything you need to know about applications, courses, and graduation requirements. 

Research: Our Research page has everything you need to know about the research CRR is conducting. Click here to learn about the Center's research interests, laboratories, and selected publications. 

News: Our News page has the latest news from CRR. Check out what we have been up to so far this year!

Resources: Looking for more information about reliability engineering? Our Resources page you can find information about professional societies, reliability and risk focused conferences and njournals, and other research centers like CRR.

Published October 11, 2019