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U of A Graduate Student Awarded International Optics and Photonics Education Scholarship
Oluwatobi ''Tobi'' Olorunsola, a doctoral student of the University of Arkansas, has been awarded a 2019 Optics and Photonics Education Scholarship by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics.
Diagnosing and Monitoring Chronic Wounds; Quinn Discusses Research in New 'Short Talks'
Using multiphoton microscopy, Kyle Quinn and his research team identified how cell metabolism changes during the healing process of chronic wounds. Their work could lead to new approaches for diagnosing and monitoring chronic skin wounds.
Engineering Student Teams Highlight Collaboration, Innovation at Poster Competition
Students from six engineering departments presented their work at the third annual Senior Capstone Design Poster Competition.
College of Engineering Honors Faculty Excellence
The College of Engineering honored five faculty members for their excellence: Jamie Hestekin, Alan Mantooth, Ashlea Milburn, Kyle Quinn and Greg Thoma.
U of A Junior Samia Ismail Is Named Harry S. Truman Scholar
The honors biomedical engineering major from Fort Smith learned the news at a surprise celebration.
Biomedical Engineering Students Earn National Recognition for Bioethics Work
Two University of Arkansas students — Jordan Maass and Tasha Repella — placed third in a national bioethics essay competition held by the Institute of Biological Engineering in April.
College of Engineering Celebrates Alumni; Jones Inducted Into Hall of Fame
The accomplishments of alumni of the College of Engineering were celebrated with induction of Joe Ray "J.R." Jones into the college's Hall of Fame and awards presented to distinguished alumni.
U of A Biomedical Engineering Student Selected as Truman Finalist
Samia Ismail’s selection puts her among the top students in the United States.
Researchers Test New Imaging Method for First Time on Human Patients
The new technology is focused on improving detection and diagnosis of congenital heart disease in infants and children.
Hundreds of Engineering Students Choose Majors at Decision Day
More than 600 first-year engineering students took a big step March 1: declaring which field of engineering or computer science they'll pursue in college and beyond.