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El-Shenawee Speaks at Symposium on Biomedical Applications of Terahertz Radiation
Magda El-Shenawee, professor of electrical engineering, talked with an international conference about the use of terahertz technology to detect positive cancer margins before surgery.
Electrical Engineering Professor Presents at Energy Council Annual Meeting
Alan Mantooth, distinguished professor of electrical engineering was invited to present during The Energy Council's Annual Meeting in Little Rock on Sept. 16.
Reminder: Meet the Phillips 66 Recruiting Team Today
Phillips 66 recruiting team plans day of events for University of Arkansas students interested in working as interns and full-time hires.
Research Center's 2017 RET Program Kicks Off at Hellstern Middle School
Sixth graders at Hellstern Middle School will be the focus of the University of Arkansas Center for Power Optimization of Electro-Thermal Systems team over the next two weeks.
First Chancellor's Fund Research Grants Awarded for 10 U of A Faculty Proposals
More than 30 faculty will collaborate on the various research proposals aimed at discovery, creativity and innovation.
Engineering Professor Receives NSF Fellowship Through New Initiative
EPSCoR funding will allow assistant professor Lauren Greenlee to work with scientists at UNLV on materials to improve fuel cells and batteries.
'Organ-on-a-Chip' May Help Treat Brain Injuries and Disease
Nasya Sturdivant, a doctoral student in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, hopes her research can improve the treatment of traumatic brain injuries by way of an effective .
Computer Science, Computer Engineering Hosts International Student Researchers
The Department of Computer Science and Computer Engineering recently hosted 10 European students on campus as part of a summer research program.
German Professor Wins National Award for Teaching and Fostering International Cooperation
Kathleen Condray, an associate professor of German, will be honored with a Checkpoint Charlie Foundation Award by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.
Engineering and German Student Awarded International Fellowship
Senior Connor Heo has been awarded a fellowship for study at the Technische Universität Darmstadt from the German Academic Exchange Service.