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Amateur Radio Club Celebrates 100 Years
To cap a year of celebration, Arkansas state Sen. Uvalde Lindsey of Fayetteville recognized the U of A club with an Arkansas Senate Citation.
Electrical Engineering Students Learn Practical Applications of Design Through Autonomous Car Competition
Fayetteville and Fort-Smith electrical engineering students came together last month to compete in the annual Autonomous Car Competition.
Homeland Security for Operations Managers Distinguished Speaker Speaker Series
The Master of Science in Operations Management Program is offering the second Distinguished Speaker series during the Homeland Security for Operations Manager course.
Arkansas-Based Air Force Programs Complete Successful Review
The purpose of the Jan. 23 meeting was to examine the progress of several Arkansas-based research projects sponsored by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
College of Engineering Announces New Assistant Director of Outreach and Summer Programs
Amy Warren has been selected to serve as assistant director of outreach and summer programs. Warren will develop, implement and maintain the college's outreach and summer program initiatives.
Students Can Win $10,000 in McMillon Innovation Studio Design Contest
Interested students in Walton College and the College of Engineering can attend an information session at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 22, in Willard J. Walker Hall 203.
Three U of A Students Earn Steele-Croxton Memorial Scholarships
Annual scholarship is presented by the Beaver Water District Board of Directors to U of A students preparing for careers related to water.
College of Engineering Connects Students with Employers
In order to fill this need, the College of Engineering, along with the Career Development Center, are offering more opportunities than ever for students to find their future careers.
U of A Entrepreneurship Team Wins Georgia Bowl Competition
The graduate student team, Surface Mod, takes a first major step toward turning a business plan into a startup company.
Researchers Publish Study on Rare-Earth Garnets
Rare-earth garnets are a promising material useful as a magnetic insulator in applications including magnetic recording devices, thermoelectric generation, microwave devices and in optical telecommunications.