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Civil Engineering Professor Awarded ARDOT Research Grant
Clinton Wood, assistant professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, was recently awarded a $329,000 research grant from the Arkansas Department of Transportation.
Chemical Engineering Re-Launches Distinguished Lecture Series with Diversity in STEM
Felecia Nave, provost at Prairie View A&M University, will discuss diversity in the STEM fields from 10:30-11:45 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, at the Faulkner Performing Arts Center.
Industrial Engineering Professor Named Chairman of National Academy of Engineering Study
Greg Parnell, research professor of industrial engineering, has been named chair of a National Academy of Engineering study on the safety and risks associated with offshore oil and gas production.
Biomedical Engineering Distinguished Seminar Speaker Ajit Yoganathan Lectures on Cardiovascular Engineering
The Department of Biomedical Engineering hosted seminar speaker Ajit Yoganathan, the Regents Professor and associate chair for research at the Georgia Institute of Technology on Sept. 29.
Wickramasinghe Co-Chairs International Congress on Membranes and Membrane Processes
Professor Ranil Wickramasinghe was one of two meeting organizers for the International Congress on Membranes and Membrane Processes 2017, held in San Francisco and attended by university students.
Future of Transportation Is Up in Air
Jim Rankin, vice provost for research and innovation, recently served on a panel at the Digital Avionics Systems Conference, which looked at the future of airborn vehicles.
2018 Summer Program in Mexico Offers Service-Learning Options, Info Meetings Oct. 3 and 4
The study abroad program in Puebla, Mexico offers six popular options including service-learning programs and a traditional classroom program in Spanish and Mexican culture at the advanced or intermediate level.
Wood Going to Mexico City to Study Effects of Earthquake
A University of Arkansas geotechnical engineer was chosen to participate in an NSF-sponsored reconnaissance mission.
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.
Biomedical Engineering Society Hosts Event Highlighting Careers in Biomedical Science
Speakers Jan Bartlett and Rebekah Bennett will discuss the history of Bio-Tech Pharmacal and products manufactured by the company at 5:05 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, in Engineering Hall Room 209.