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Mastering Math Means More Money
Deymier Accepts Position as Head of New School of Sustainable Engineered Systems
Engineering Research Project on Water Reuse and Supply Gets $2M Funding from NSF Professor Kevin Lansey, head of the Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, and four UA colleagues have been awarded $2 million by the National Science Foundation to research water reuse and supply systems.
Engineering Research Project on Water Reuse and Supply Gets $2M Funding from NSF
The Power of Partnerships The Arizona Research Institute for Solar Energy, or AzRISE, is partnering with Tucson Electric Power on a program to monitor the efficiency of solar panels at TEP’s test yard. Co-director of AzRISE is Joe Simmons, head of the department of materials science and engineering. 
UA Baja Racing Places 33rd in Highly Competitive International Race UA Baja Racing scored a record number of points in the Baja SAE Wisconsin competition, held June 11-14, 2009, at a test facility run by engineering firm MGA in Burlington, Wis.
UA Baja Racing Places 33rd in Highly Competitive International Race
Professor Young-Jun Son and Students Win Multiple Awards at Industrial Engineering Expo
Professor Young-Jun Son and Students Win Multiple Awards at Industrial Engineering Expo Associate Professor Young-Jun Son and two of his students, Seungho Lee and Nurcin Celik, all of the Department of Systems and Industrial Engineering, won three awards June 1 at the 2009 Annual Conference and Expo of the Institute of Industrial Engineers in Miami.
UA Flies High at International Competition The University of Arizona Micro Air Vehicle Club took second place in overall performance and first place in indoor flight performance in the 4th International Micro Air Vehicle Competition, which took place June 1-5 in Pensacola, Fla.
UA Flies High at International Competition
College Wins Multiple Awards for Excellence Staff, faculty and students at the College of Engineering recently won three Science & Engineering Excellence awards. The awards were presented at the SEE banquet in April 2009.
College Wins Multiple Awards for Excellence
Honors Senior Wins Robie Gold Medal College of Engineering senior Justine Schluntz, who will soon graduate summa cum laude with honors with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, recently won a Robie Gold Medal Award. She will receive the award May 16 at the undergraduate commencement ceremony.
Honors Senior Wins Robie Gold Medal

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