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Record Number of Teachers Sign Up for UA STEM Program In summer workshops, high school math and science teachers learn new ways to teach their students about robotics, solar energy, water sustainability and the brain.
Kelly Potter Recognized for Mentoring Solar Go-Kart Teen Teams UA Engineering professor Kelly Potter awarded for supporting STEM education by coaching high school students as they fund, design, build and race solar-powered go-karts.
UA Researchers Win NSF Award to Study Organic Semiconductors Erin Ratcliff, assistant professor in the College in Engineering, receives grant to make environmentally sustainable devices more stable and commercially viable.
At the Grand Canyon, a Mechanic’s Love Affair With Locomotives UA Engineering alumnus Eric Hadder, BS/ME 1995, is chief mechanical officer at the Grand Canyon Railway in Williams, Arizona.
Several Wildcats Tracking for Olympics, Paralympics Industrial engineering senior Rafael Quintero will represent Puerto Rico in the diving competition at the Rio Olympics in August.
UA, Saudi Universities Partner on Farming The institutions are advancing social agriculture to help farmers achieve economic profitability while promoting environmental sustainability.
UA Civil Engineering Alumni at Helm of ASCE With Mark Woodson 2016 president and Kristina Swallow 2017 president-elect of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the UA’s civil engineering program is playing a greater part in advancing the profession.
Systems and Industrial Engineering Department Presents First Alumni Award to Herb Burton Retired Bell Labs executive was the first graduate of what became the first accredited systems engineering program in the U.S.
Endowment for UA Engineering Graduate Students Bucks National Trend With support from alumni, including a veteran leader in the mining industry, the UA College of Engineering establishes the NextGen Fund for U.S. graduate students to keep the nation globally competitive.
UA I-Corps Teams Get Funds to Find Customers for Inventions Four of the seven teams in the UA's first NSF I-Corps cohort are from the College of Engineering. Projects cover drone control, flood simulation, materials manufacturing, and shoe-bomb detection.
Chemical Engineering Grad Selected to Speak at Beckman Symposium A member of the Class of 2016, Ben Wu is one of three Beckman Scholars selected to speak at the August 2016 Beckman Symposium in August in Irvine, California.
Pioneering Champion of Diversity in STEM Reflects on 25-Year Career Retiring UA professor of materials science and engineering Supapan Seraphin leaves generations of students with memories to savor.
Algorithms and AI: Teaching Smart Radios How to Learn Research by a University of Arizona PhD candidate in electrical and computer engineering could make always-available wireless connections a reality using a new combination of artificial intelligence and algorithms.
Meet Outer Space's First Traffic Controller, in Residence at UA Arizona Public Media interviews Moriba Jah, director of the UA Space Object Behavioral Sciences initiative.
UA Engineers Zero in on Early Detection of Ovarian Cancer Jennifer Barton is identifying biomarkers and creating optical imaging tools to screen for a form of cancer often called a "silent killer" of women.

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