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Summer Camps Provide Science and Engineering Experiences to Students Across Arkansas
More than 450 students across Arkansas participated in College of Engineering summer camps as the program expanded to 25 camps in eight locations.
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.
Building a 'Swarm' of 3D-Printing Robots
Austin Williams, co-founder and chief software architect for AMBOTS, talks about the company's scalable 3D printing solution in the latest edition of Short Talks From the Hill.
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.
Engineering Faculty and Students Earn National Award
Assistant professor Fang Luo and his former and current students, Yingzhuo Chen and Zhao Yuan, placed second at the National Aerospace Electronics Conference.
Civil Engineering Alumnus' Campaign Gift to Support Undergraduate Success
Dave and Karen Johnston will endow the Dave and Karen Johnston Civil Engineering Scholarship, which will be available to juniors and seniors pursuing a degree in civil engineering.
BioAg Engineering Students, Faculty Net Awards at International Meeting
Yanbin Li, distinguished professor of biological and agricultural engineering, and a team of students were honored for their work by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.
Researchers Develop New Method for Making Inorganic Catalytic Nanoparticles
Imann Mosleh, doctoral student chemical engineering, helped develop a method to synthesize inorganic nanoparticles using inhomogenous, or impure, biomaterials.
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.