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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.
Engineering Dean's Excellence Awards Honor Faculty for Teaching, Research, Service
The College of Engineering has honored Kevin Hall, Benjamin Runkle, Shannon Servoss, Kelly Sullivan and Yue Zhao for their achievements in teaching, research and service.
Engineering Departments Honor Faculty
College of Engineering faculty and staff members were honored for their achievements in teaching, research and service during the 2019-20 academic year during the college's faculty and staff.
College of Engineering Celebrates Student Award Winners
he College of Engineering is proud to recognize the class of 2020 student award winners, including its outstanding senior, Eleanor Grace Henson.
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."
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.
Team Develops Easy-to-Produce Ventilators for COVID-19 Patients
U of A faculty have partnered with the medical community to develop an easy-to-produce ventilator to support COVID-19 patients.
NSF Funds Multidisciplinary U of A Team to Improve Imaging Technology
A team of professors Magda El-Shenawee, principal investigator, Hugh Churchill and Robert Coridan want to create more effective terahertz photoconductive antennas.
Engineers to Work on Cybersecurity for Systems Linking Solar Power to Grid
A $3.6 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy is part of $128 million dedicated to new projects that advance solar technologies.