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Nzelu and Johnson Crowned 2019 Homecoming Queen and King
Zan Johnson and Chimdera Nzelu were crowned as the 2019 Homecoming king and queen at the 2019 Homecoming Pep Rally hosted at the Greek Theatre last Friday.
Chancellor Emeritus John White to Speak at Distinguished Alumni Lecture
John A. White Jr., chancellor emeritus at the University of Arkansas, will give the Distinguished Alumni Lecture at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, in Old Main's Giffels Auditorium.
Industrial Engineering Announces Two New Faculty Members for Fall 2019
The College of Engineering has added two faculty members, Sandra D. Eksioglu and Burak Eksioglu, as professors in the Department of Industrial Engineering.
Drone Class Offered for Fall Semester
The course will meet in-person, or via video for online students, in three sessions — Aug. 26, Sep. 9 and Sep. 23 — and there will be a final practice exam using a drone.
U of A Names 2019-2020 Chancellor's Academic Fellows
Four faculty members have been selected to lead campus engagement around the university's signature research areas.
Lean Six Sigma Graduate Certificate Offered for First Time this Fall
The certificate is especially useful for people in industry to be able to reduce production costs, improve quality and stay competitive.
Hong Kong Conference Nets Best Paper Award for Engineering Faculty, Grad Student
University of Arkansas doctoral student Cesar Ruiz and professors Haitao Liao and Ed Pohl, along with Fuqiang Sun of Beihang University, received a "Best Paper" award for their paper.
$4.6 Million Award Creates Program to Train Cybersecurity Professionals
The program will address a shortage of highly skilled cybersecurity professionals and train students for careers in government agencies.
Engineering Faculty Recognized Nationally for Teaching Contributions
Multiple faculty members spoke at the American Society for Engineering Education and three — Kim LaScola Needy, Tish Pohl and Benjamin Runkle — were honored with awards.
Industrial Engineering Faculty, Students Earn Honors at International Conference
College of Engineering faculty and students earned more than a dozen awards at the recent annual conference of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers in Orlando, Florida.