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Arizona Governor, Senators and State Legislature Honor UA’s Mary Poulton In a unanimous show of support, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, U.S. Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake, and the Arizona Legislature expressed appreciation to retiring University of Arizona mining engineering professor and administrator Mary Poulton.
UA College of Engineering Names Janet Roveda 2017 da Vinci Fellow Electrical and computer engineer is honored for multidisciplinary research projects bringing millions in funding dollars to the University of Arizona.
Laundered in Space UA Engineering senior Christina Morrison is seeking solutions to a down-to-earth problem for space travelers: How to keep their clothes clean.
Lunar, Martian Greenhouses Designed to Mimic Those on Earth University of Arizona scientists and engineers in the Controlled Environment Agriculture Center, part of the Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department, are building greenhouses to support a crew of astronauts working on the moon or Mars.
UA students drill rock for a toss into Old Main fountain UA mining engineering students competed in the annual rock-drilling competition, in which they had two minutes on a jackleg drill to bore as deep as possible into a 20-ton rock. The winner ended up in the fountain outside Old Main!
Maricopa County Among Earliest To Test Connected Car Technology UA professor of systems and industrial engineering Larry Head is working with Maricopa County and federal and state traffic planners on new technology to connect vehicles and roads in real time.
TLA I-Squared Awards & Expo: Inventors, Startups, Collaborators UA Mining Engineering Startup Snags Commercialization Award.
IEEE Publication Features Hao Xin’s 3-D Printed Antenna UA electrical and computer engineer advances techniques for jet printing electromagnetic components.
Students Express Gratitude to Generous Supporters At the UA College of Engineering's 2017 scholarship reception, students speak candidly about the hardships donors are helping them overcome.
UA Engineering Design Day: The Next Big Thing, 100 Times Over Senior projects for 2017 include an exoskeleton to help a student walk, tree-pollinating drones and drone destroyers, and a robotic umpire who can't be disputed. Catch all the action on May 1.
Visiting NAE President Delivers a Vision for ‘Lifting Up the Planet’ Multidisciplinary research, hands-on experience, entrepreneurship and multicultural understanding are key to preparing students for solving 21st-century problems, says C.D. "Dan" Mote Jr. in a University of Arizona lecture.
High-Tech Camera Gets Into the Weeds in Farm Country UA Cooperative Extension expert Mark Siemens is integrating advanced technology with farming to help improve productivity for those who are feeding people throughout the state and region.
NASA Selects Airborne Observatory for Funding NASA is funding the $40 Million UA-led GUSTO mission, which will send a balloon-borne telescope to near space to study the gas and dust between the stars, from which all stars and planets originate.
Remembering Raclare Cordis Kanal, UA’s First Female Tau Beta Pi For Women's History Month, the UA College of Engineering profiles one of its earliest female graduates, Raclare Cordis Kanal, BS/ME 1954.
A Different Kind of March Madness: ‘The Lumberjack Games of Mining’ Mining engineering students from UA and around the world demonstrate old-school mining skills at the 39th International Intercollegiate Mining Competition in Georgetown, Kentucky.