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Electrical Engineering Student Takes Prize in Paper Competition
David Desrochers, a senior in electrical engineering, took second place in the paper competition for his research about the simulation and verification of coils for a pulse induction metal detector.
High School Students Across Arkansas Compete in Virtual Science and Engineering Fair
Instead of attending a big annual fair together at the Arkansas Union, students uploaded pictures, a PowerPoint, and a video of their presentations.
Engineers Use 3D Printer to Produce Protective Masks for Rehab Clinic
Masks printed in engineering labs will protect clinicians and patients.
Future Mars Astronaut Visits Engineering Class
Alyssa Carson, an 18-year-old from Louisiana, has been actively training to leave Earth since she was 15. She talked with a thermodynamics class about her passion.
Arkansas Academy of Electrical Engineering Inducts 17 New Members
Each inductee is an "eminent electrical engineer as well as an eminent graduate of the Electrical Engineering Department of the University of Arkansas."
PAAD Program Applications Open to STEM Graduate Students
Graduate students pursuing degrees in the STEM fields are encouraged to apply for the Professional Awareness, Advancement, and Development Program. Deadline is May 22.
English Elected to National Engineering Educator Board
John English, dean of the College of Engineering, has been elected to serve on the executive board of directors of the Engineering Dean's Council, part of the American Society of Engineering Education.
U of A Graduate Student Named SMART Scholar by DoD
Justin Michael Rudie, a student in the microelectronics-photonics graduate program, has been named a Science Mathematics and Research for Transformation Scholar by the Department of Defense.
Electrical Engineering Students Receive 100-for-100 Scholarships
Yuheng Wu, Yuqi Wei and Imam Al Razi received the first spring scholarships from a 100-for-100 Scholarship Fund established in 2018.
Research Center Holds Virtual Board Meeting and Symposium
The CELDi meeting brought together faculty and students from University of Arkansas, University of Missouri, Virginia Tech, Kansas State University, and Oklahoma State University.