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First Recipients of U of A Chancellor's Humanities and Arts Grant Named
Nine projects in the humanities and performing arts will receive a combined total of $532,245 in seed funding to spark creative activity.
U.S. News Ranks Several U of A Online Programs in Top 50
Online graduate education programs climbed to No. 42 in the nation, while bachelor's and graduate engineering programs performed well.
Public Policy, Medicine Focus for Biomedical Engineering Undergrad
Samia Ismail, a biomedical engineering honors student and a 2019 Truman Scholar, earned a travel grant to attend the medical and biological engineering Public Policy Institute in Washington, D.C.
Drone Pilot Training Begins Jan. 16
The course is intended for people who want to become more proficient pilots, flying safely and legally. The course is open to researchers, faculty, staff and anyone interested in using the technology for work or commercial ventures.
Drone Pilot Training Sign-Ups Open
The Unmanned Aircraft Systems 1 professional development course is the first step to becoming a professional drone pilot.
Electrical Engineering Students Receive 100-for-100 Scholarships
Four electrical engineering graduate students — Asif Faruque, Md Maksudul Hossain, Sajib Roy and Rosten Sweeting — have received scholarships that are funded by former students.
Nachtmann Recognized With Top Engineering Management Award
Heather Nachtmann, associate dean for research, professor and director of MarTREC, has received the Bernard Sarchet Award from the American Society for Engineering Management.
Inventor Spotlight: Lauren Greenlee
Lauren Greenlee is transforming the way water enhances our lives through research that is spurring the university's efforts to commercialize innovations and drive the state's economy.
'TransMap' Will Ensure Reliable and Efficient Transportation Networks
MarTREC researchers received a $1.5 million award to develop a data-driven map that will aid decisions on transportation infrastructure.
Schola Cantorum presents 'A Child's Christmas in Wales'
The Schola Cantorum will again sing its presentation of "A Child's Christmas in Wales" at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, at Faulkner Center with professor Henry Runkles reading Dylan Thomas' famous poem.