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J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc., U of A Create Supply Chain Innovation Center
A $2.75 million grant to the U of A will establish an interdisciplinary center for excellence in supply chain management technology research.
Industrial Engineering Professor Appointed to Fellowship with Air Force Research Lab
Harry Pierson, assistant professor of industrial engineering, has been appointed as a fellow in the 2017 Air Force Research Lab Summer Faculty Fellowship Program at AFRL-Materials and Manufacturing.
U of A Start-Up Team Wins University of Manitoba Investment Competition
The interdisciplinary student entrepreneurship team, Grox Industries, takes home $15,000 to help establish their startup company.
U of A Community Design Center Receives Green Good Design Award
The center collaborated with university partners on the “Conway Urban Watershed Framework Plan: A Reconciliation Landscape.”
Industrial Engineering Student to Receive Prestigious Scholarship
Anthony Woods, a senior in industrial engineering, has received notification he has been selected by the Society for Health Systems to receive a scholarship for the 2017-18 academic year.
Ozark Integrated Circuits Wins Energy Award for Geothermal Electronics
Ozark Integrated Circuits Inc., a technology firm located at the Arkansas Research and Technology Park, has received a $155,000 award to provide integrated circuits on data collection systems in geothermal wells.
Apply Now for College of Engineering Summer Camps
The College of Engineering offers summer camps for students currently enrolled in 1st through 11th grade. Visit engineering-camps.uark.edu.
Hundreds of Students From Region to Compete in Science Fair Today
More than 350 competitors in the Northwest Arkansas Regional Science and Engineering Fair will fill the Verizon Ballroom in the Arkansas Union at the University of Arkansas today.
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.