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Download the Spring 2014 issue of our e-newsletter. Catch up with Team Mulciber, learn about new wildfire emissions research, find out how you can contribute to the Legacy Campaign, and more!

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The FPE department conducts outreach to local K-12 students and the community, including a new program for high schoolers: 'Introduction to Math and Physics through Fire Dynamics.'

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Team Mulciber

Our student wood-stove competition has been featured by National Geographic and Popular Mechanics

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FPE Research

The FM Global Fire Phenomena Laboratory is used for education and research

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New Hotline!

Download the Summer 2014 issue of our newsletter. Inside: Our first Clinical Professor, polymer charring, students teaching students, entrpreneurship and more!


Fire Protection Engineering Appoints First Clinical Professor
New applied faculty position made possible by Legacy Campaign, Clark School support. More»

MF Fire: 2nd Place at National Competition, Featured in The Washington Post (VIDEO)
Alumni working to commercialize award-winning wood stove. More»

Putting a Fire Protection Spin on a Clark School Rite of Passage
FPE junior, teammates propose project that could succeed autonomous hovercraft design competition. More»

FireTEC Feeds



Research funding opportunities within NSF's CBET Division
July 30, 2014 9:00 a.m. 1105 Kim Building (PEPCO Room) More»

Interview Techniques Workshop
August 5, 2014 1:00 p.m. 1131B Martin Hall, Sign-up at... More»

F-1 Students - How to Find an Internship
August 7, 2014 10:00 a.m. 1131 Martin Hall; Sign-Up at... More»

  Job Listings

The Department of Fire Protection Engineering provides the sophisticated technical tools needed to safeguard lives and property from fire. Our department supports its deep connection to the current worldwide professional needs of Fire Protection Engineering while promoting an advanced research program that allows us to meet the challenges of future technological development. The department offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Faculty members are active in a variety of research and outreach programs. We welcome you to join us in solving these vital social and technical problems.