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Hong Kong Conference Nets Best Paper Award for Engineering Faculty, Grad Student
University of Arkansas doctoral student Cesar Ruiz and professors Haitao Liao and Ed Pohl, along with Fuqiang Sun of Beihang University, received a "Best Paper" award for their paper.
$4.6 Million Award Creates Program to Train Cybersecurity Professionals
The program will address a shortage of highly skilled cybersecurity professionals and train students for careers in government agencies.
Researchers Pursue Radiation Resisting Tech for Electronics
Jeff Dix and Morgan Ware, assistant professors of electrical engineering, each received $40,000 for six months with a one-year option period for $160,000 to develop radiation-resistant electronic components.
U of A Honors College Selects 23 Incoming Students for Path Program
The Path Program is a mentoring and scholarship initiative that supports exceptional students from underrepresented populations.
Professor's 'Ultrasound for Roads' Research Earns Honors for Impact in Arkansas
A civil engineering faculty member has been honored for his work with technology and methods that enable highway planners to see what's under the ground before beginning construction.
Research Center Hosts Cybersecurity and Energy Leaders
Leaders in cybersecurity and energy delivery gathered in Fayetteville in June to discuss research related to protecting energy systems from attack.
Undergraduate Honors Student Co-Hosts LeadershipWWEB Podcast
The newest edition of the Leadership WWEB podcast features a conversation with Angela J. Grayson, an accomplished lawyer, entrepreneur and author.
Engineering Faculty Recognized Nationally for Teaching Contributions
Multiple faculty members spoke at the American Society for Engineering Education and three — Kim LaScola Needy, Tish Pohl and Benjamin Runkle — were honored with awards.
Researchers Improve Semiconductor Laser on Silicon
The development of an "optically pumped" laser, made of germanium tin grown on silicon substrates, could lead to faster micro-processing of electronic devices and at a much lower cost.
Industrial Engineering Faculty, Students Earn Honors at International Conference
College of Engineering faculty and students earned more than a dozen awards at the recent annual conference of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers in Orlando, Florida.