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Undergraduate Thesis Nets Peer-Reviewed Publication
An honors thesis by Sam Carroll demonstrating farmers can significantly reduce water use while maintaining crop yields has earned him a spot in a peer-reviewed journal.
Engineering Drive Raises More Than $379,000 to Support Students
A two-day giving drive in the College of Engineering raised more than $379,000 to support students during COVID-19.
Join Chemistry Seminar 'Microcystin Is Highly Variable in Lake Fayetteville' on Zoom Sept. 18
U of A's Brian Haggard will give a virtual seminar titled "Microcystin is highly variable in Lake Fayetteville" on Zoom from 4-5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18.
Engineering Giving Drive Continues Wednesday
The College of Engineering's 50 For Our Future giving drive continues Wednesday, Sept. 16, for alumni and friends to support students during COVID-19.
Engineering Giving Drive Kicks Off Today
Calling all College of Engineering supporters: 50 For Our Future is now live. You can visit project's fundraising page to make a gift in support of College of Engineering students during COVID-19.
Engineering Giving Drive Sept. 15 and 16
The College of Engineering's giving drive to support students during COVID-19 kicks off tomorrow, Sept. 15, with a goal of raising $50,000 for each department.
College of Engineering Graduate Receives Tau Beta Pi Fellowship
Eleanor Henson, a biological engineering graduate, has been awarded a fellowship from a national engineering honor society to pursue her graduate studies.
Biological Engineering Students Earn National Honors for Research and Design
Biological engineering students took home top honors for their research and design work in two categories at a national conference.
New Nano Drug Candidate Kills Aggressive Breast Cancer Cells
The discovery will help clinicians target breast cancer cells directly, while avoiding the adverse, toxic side effects of chemotherapy.
Four Join Arkansas Academy of Biological and Agricultural Engineers
A.J. Kaufman, Leslie Massey, Kathryn McCoy and Rebecca Muenich were inducted into the Arkansas Academy of Biological and Agricultural Engineers.