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UAteach Graduates First Teacher-Candidates in Computer Science
The UAteach program at the University of Arkansas graduated its first two future computer science teachers — Chris Malone and Nate Vogel — in May.
Arkansas Researchers to Train Food Science Cybersecurity Professionals
The USDA grant establishes the Food and Cyber Education project to protect the increasingly automated U.S. food industry from cyberattacks.
First UAteach Computer Science Graduates to be Honored at Conference
Program aims to provide computer science teachers for Arkansas high schools to help support Gov. Hutchinson’s educational initiative.
With NSF Grant, Li Aims to Protect the Power Grid
Qinghua Li, assistant professor of computer science and computer engineering, will develop an automated system to improve cybersecurity patching for utility companies.
International Student Trains Panamanian Teachers in Robotics Through Summer Internship
Marissa Montes returned to her native Panama to offer training that will improve the technological future of children and adolescents in Panama.
High School Programmers Compete at U of A
More than 60 teams of high school students squared off in a test of programming and problem-solving skills in the event, which is sponsored by Walmart, ACM and Acxiom.
Enclothe: Timeless Shows off Range of Students' Fashion-Related Skills
Students from several U of A departments are collaborating in the apparel program’s annual fashion show on April 12.
Students Get a Taste of Real-World Cyber Defense at Competition
Eight students from the University of Arkansas Cyber Hogs team got a crash course in real-world cyber defense last month at the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.
Cyber Hogs Qualify for Southwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition in Tulsa
A team of eight U of A students in cyber security will compete in the Southwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition at the University of Tulsa.
First-Year Engineers Celebrate Milestone on Decision Day
More than 600 first-year engineering students celebrated a major turning point in their college career last week: choosing which field of engineering they'll pursue.