GRAPES Center Receives Innovative Managing Director Grant
The NSF Center of Excellence in GRid-connected Advanced Power Electronic Systems (GRAPES) received a $200,000 Innovative Managing Director Grant from the National Science Foundation. This is the second consecutive year that GRAPES has received this grant, which is awarded to support the development and implementation of innovative models for managing director positions within the Industry/University Cooperative Research Center program.
T.A. Walton has served as the GRAPES managing director for five years and has worked with the National Science Foundation during that time as a presenter and workshop leader, focused on the development of the model organization concept for both GRAPES and the Industry/University Cooperative Research Center network.
A new Coronavirus Updates webpage offers students and parents current information and relevant resources about studying abroad and international travel.
Law student Alex Carroll successfully represented his client against students Arthur Jefferson and Ashley Wofford Spinazze in the final round of the 2020 Ben J. Altheimer Moot Court Competition.
Professor Emeritus Arthur "Art" Virgil Brown, 79, of West Fork, Arkansas passed away peacefully Sunday, Feb. 23, after a short battle with brain cancer.
Two doctoral students who provide mental health services to residential students were awarded Emerging Leader grants by the American College Counseling Association.
Students Advocating for Stronger Sisterhood invites all university students to our Women's Empowerment Week Monday through Friday, March 2-6.