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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.
U of A Graduate Students Receive Awards and Grants at International Optics Conference
Abayomi Omolewu and Oluwatobi ''Tobi'' Olorunsola, graduate students in microelectronics-photonics, received travel grants to attend the conference of the international society of optics and photonics.
NSF Grant to Support Professor's, Graduate Student's Interdisciplinary Research
Professor Steve Tung and graduate student Bo Ma have received an NSF I-Corps grant to explore the commercialization of the pair's nanofluidic system for DNA sequencing.
U of A Alumnus Named Finalist for Naval Research Award
University of Arkansas alumnus Benjamin Conley has been selected as a finalist for the Chief of Naval Research Concept Challenge.
Microelectronics-Photonics Program Adopts Section of Frisco Trail
Students, faculty and staff in the microelectronics-photonics graduate program are giving back to the Fayetteville community by maintaining a section of the city's Frisco Trail.
NASA Selects Arkansas' First CubeSat
ArkSat-1, a satellite device designed by University of Arkansas researchers, will measure Earth’s atmospheric gases from space.
Students Awarded Summer Internships With the Office of Naval Research
U of A graduate students David French and Stephen Bauman, undergraduate Madison Whitby, and Zachary Brawley, an undergraduate at UCA, have been selected for internships.
Doctoral Student Wins Second Place in International Design Competition
Morgan Roddy, a microelectronics-photonics doctoral student, recently won second place in a student design competition at the University Nanosatellite Engineering Consortium's Global Meeting in Varna, Bulgaria.