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Speaker to Discuss 'Sustainability and Engineering in the Food Industry' Wednesday
On Wednesday, Terry Howell Jr., a senior manager of product development for McKee Foods, will discuss the role that biological and agricultural engineers play in sustainably feeding the world.
2018-19 Desk and Derrick Educational Trust Scholarship
The Desk and Derrick Educational Trust will accept scholarship applications from students seeking degrees in fields related to the petroleum energy and allied industries. Deadline is April 1.
Researchers Move Closer to Improved Method of Detecting Breast Cancer
Terahertz images of breast tumors taken from mice accurately detected cancerous tissue with a high level of specificity.
Two U of A Startup Firms Earn Awards at Baylor New Venture Competition
The University of Arkansas scored its first win, and more than $61,000 in cash prizes, at the prestigious national competition.
Biomedical Engineering Students to Charter New Honor Society
Biomedical engineering students will soon have a new opportunity to pursue excellence in their field through Alpha Eta Mu Beta, the National Biomedical Engineering Honor Society.
Historical and Future Perspective of Transportation and Energy Storage with Mujeeb Ijaz
Mujeeb Ijaz, an expert in electric vehicle battery technologies, will offer a seminar at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 28, in Bell Engineering 2282.
U of A Medical Device Startup Team Wins Louisville Competition
Lapovations, led by students from the College of Engineering and Walton College, took first place at a national business plan competition.
Program Helps Graduate Students Prepare for Future Careers
Eighteen graduate students and four faculty members have been selected to take part in a new program that helps graduate students in the STEM fields prepare for careers.
Engine Week Returns February 19-23
Engine Week returns Feb. 19-23 with more than a dozen events to raise awareness and excitement about what's happening in the College of Engineering.
U of A Students Receive Steele-Croxton Memorial Scholarships
The scholarships are awarded each year by members of the Beaver Water District board of directors.