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Industrial Engineering Faculty Featured for COVID Response
Several University of Arkansas faculty members were featured on a podcast from the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers for their work during the fall and spring to adapt to 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.
Chemical Engineering Student Group Forms Virtual Study Lounge
A group of students in the Ralph E. Martin Department of Chemical Engineering created a way to come to together to study, do homework and build community while social distancing.
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.
Researchers, Industry Partners Discuss Facility for Next-Generation Power Electronics
Researchers and industry partners met virtually to examine the need for a facility at the U of A capable of producing silicon carbide components, currently fabricated abroad.
U of A Among Best Public Universities in Nation, According to U.S. News Ranking
The U of A ranked 77th in the nation among public universities, is in the top 50 for business and a leader in computer science and engineering.
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.
Sui Accepts Position at Virginia Tech; English Named Vice Chancellor
Daniel Sui will lead Virginia Tech’s research enterprise; U of A Engineering Dean John English named vice chancellor.
NSF Funding to Support Innovation Studies for Low-Income Students
An interdisciplinary team has been awarded nearly $1 million to support low-income students interested in innovation in STEM fields.