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Wildcats at Work: Amanda Rubio Chemical engineering alumna Amanda Rubio talks about her life at the UA and how she landed her first engineering gig working internationally, and offers some advice for Wildcats trying to do the same.
UA Establishes Transportation Research Institute The University is bringing together an interdisciplinary team of researchers to address the many challenges of a rapidly evolving "transportation ecosystem."
College Announces Spring 2016 Outstanding Seniors, Grad Students and Teaching Assistants The UA College of Engineering honored outstanding seniors, graduate students and teaching assistants for the spring 2016 semester at a commencement luncheon May 2.
UA Engineering Researcher Gives Surgeons a Guiding Hand Professor Jerzy Rozenblit will travel to Poland as a Fulbright Scholar to research and develop new methods and systems for training surgeons on minimally invasive robotic systems.
Outstanding Seniors to Be Honored at Commencement In honor of their accomplishments as undergraduates, seven seniors will be recognized at this year's Commencement ceremony.
I-Squared Awards Honor Impact, Innovation The third annual awards event hosted by Tech Launch Arizona, the UA's commercialization arm, spotlighted those whose work affects quality of life through research, collaboration and innovation.
ECE Student Apps Are Putting an End to Everyday Annoyances With the mobile apps UA students are developing in associate professor Jonathan Sprinkle’s software engineering class, users might never get another parking ticket, fumble a PowerPoint presentation or miss an important meeting.
UA Engineering Seniors Show They Mean Business at Design Day 2016 Whether harvesting energy from power lines or nuts from farms, 100 teams of seniors in the College of Engineering offered designs to sponsors for improving products and cutting costs.
UA Engineering Design Day Bigger, Better and Smarter Than Ever Senior capstone design projects for 2016 range from sea rescue robots and self-driving cars to heart defibrillators and water recycling systems. See them all on display on Tuesday, May 3.
Scholarship Reception 2016: Paying It Forward and Paying Tribute Building bridges was a recurring theme at the College of Engineering's 2016 scholarship reception.
Two College of Engineering Faculty Named 2016 UA Distinguished Scholars Erica Corral and Armin Sorooshian are the first pair of researchers from the same college to be appointed University of Arizona Distinguished Scholars.
Semiconductor Researchers Honor Late Colleague’s Legacy at Meeting of UA-Based Center At its annual meeting, the Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing presented the 2016 Simon Karecki Award to an ASU researcher.
How the Largest Lab Experiment in Earth Sciences Was Built Designing and building three massive hill slopes, known as LEO, was no ordinary undertaking for the UA's Biosphere 2.
Connected-Vehicles Visionary Wins Grad Slam Two of the three winners at the second annual Grad Slam competition are researching advanced transportation at the UA College of Engineering.
College Names Larry Head 2016 da Vinci Fellow Larry Head, professor of systems and industrial engineering who is renowned for his research in connected vehicles and intelligent traffic signal control, has received the 2016 da Vinci Fellowship from the UA College of Engineering.

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