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Engine Week Returns February 19-23
Engine Week returns Feb. 19-23 with more than a dozen events to raise awareness and excitement about what's happening in the College of Engineering.
U of A Students Receive Steele-Croxton Memorial Scholarships
The scholarships are awarded each year by members of the Beaver Water District board of directors.
New York Gathering of Alumni
The Arkansas Alumni Association will present a New York Gathering of Alumni, a professional development event, at the Yale Club of New York City on Monday, March 12.
White Honored by Ohio State for Work in Engineering Education
John White, distinguished professor of industrial engineering and chancellor emeritus at the U of A, was honored recently with a Distinguished Alumni Award by Ohio State University.
Female High Schoolers Get to the 'Heart' of Biomedical Engineering in U of A STEM Workshops
Throughout the day, an all-female group of faculty and undergraduate volunteers provided sessions, tours and discussions for the visiting students.
U of A Participates in STEM Leadership for Girls Conferences
The University of Arkansas Girls Just Wanna' Have Fun: STEM Fun, That Is! Year 4 event took place Feb. 10 as part of the series of STEM Leadership for Girls Conferences.
Malshe Elected to National Academy of Engineering
Distinguished Professor Ajay Malshe has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, one of the most prestigious professional distinctions awarded to an engineer.
'Optically Pumped' Laser Closer to Improving Processing Speed of Sensors
Alloy germanium tin holds great promise as a semiconducting material for computer chips, sensors and other applications.
Women in Engineering Branch to Host Seminar on Modern-Day Slavery
Michelle Palmer, co-founder of Tuesday Justice, and Doug Nystrom, director of human rights for Walmart, will speak at 2 p.m. Feb. 12 in Bell Engineering 2273.
Education Policy Doctoral Student Wins Three Minute Thesis Final
Malachi Nichols won first place and $750 in last week's Three Minute Thesis competition final, and Edidiong Udofia was the People's Choice winner.