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When the Sun Goes Dark, UA Student's Skills Will Shine Undergraduate Adriana Mitchell already has her sights set on distant planets. But first, thanks to a 2,500-mile-long virtual telescope, she is poised to find answers to questions about the sun that have eluded scientists for decades.
UA-Caterpillar Partnership Celebrates 1st Year The Mining 360 Program has produced its first cohort of graduates, who benefited from executive training supplied by the UA Department of Mining and Geological Engineering.
UA Engineering Design Projects: Prototypes for Career Success University of Arizona College of Engineering seniors work on design projects each year, and many receive job offers as a result. Meet four graduates whose projects landed them right where they wanted to be.
Learning to Program a Driverless Car at the UA A 10-week summer course meant to encourage students to continue studies in research-based engineering graduate programs.
Pure Water Brew Challenge Brings Reclamation to the Forefront A campaign put on by a coalition of water experts has breweries from around Arizona turning wastewater into beer. But the effort is really about education, according to the UA's Channah Rock.
Engineering Student From Honduras Uses UA as Summer Learning Base Under the mentorship of professor Peiwen "Perry" Li, Gabriel Vasquez worked on a research project that incorporated 3-D printing and enhanced his resume as a "science diplomat."
Hundreds of High-School Juniors, Seniors Participate in Engineering Summer Camps High-school students work with UA professors and students making biofuels, exploring wearable medical devices, working on computer software and testing aerodynamics.
Startup Licenses UA-Invented Radar System Affordable, high-performing 3-D printed radar systems may be the key to having costly safety systems on all cars, not just luxury vehicles.
Navy Awards UA Aerospace Engineers Nearly $2M to Advance Hypersonic Flight Engineers are installing three 20-foot-long tubes for a new high-speed wind tunnel in the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Building, ushering in an era of hypersonic discovery at the University of Arizona.
Chemical Engineering Alumna Wins National Cycling Championship Erica Clevenger excelled in the UA College of Engineering while clocking up victories on the cycling circuit. Now she's on a pro team and looking toward a job in research.
New Online Master’s in Cybersecurity Unfilled cybersecurity jobs are predicted to triple in five years. UA curriculum draws from top-ranked programs; flexible schedule offers six start dates per year.
Smarter Control for Border Patrol Engineers at the University of Arizona are designing an autonomous border-surveillance system that can collect, assess and act on data in real time -- and deploy drones on its own.
UA Art Museum Introduces Tinkerlab for Young Makers Given the rise of the makerspace movement, UAMA has introduced a space meant to foster experimentation, problem solving and creativity.
University of Arizona Sports Analytics Class About More than Ballpark Numbers UA professor of systems and industrial engineering Ricardo Valerdi adapts his Science of Baseball program to a new class in sports analytics.
UA Systems and Industrial Engineering Department Honors Cindy Klingberg Raytheon engineer receives Alumni of the Year Award for 20 years of dedication to UA College of Engineering students and programs.