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Old Engineering Celebrates 101 Years

Alumni reminisce about the colorful history of one of the UA’s oldest buildings.
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From Professor to Provost: University Honors Jeff Goldberg

As his term as interim senior vice president for academic affairs and provost comes to a close, former dean of the College of Engineering and newly appointed Dean Emeritus Jeff Goldberg reflects on his 34 years at the University of Arizona.
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UA Prepares Students for Careers in Intelligence and Information

A $1.5M grant from the Defense Intelligence Agency gives students across campus a way to learn more about intelligence operations, including those related to electrical and computer engineering.
Taehee Lee applies a blower to the desert dirt.

Startup Licenses UA-Engineered Solutions to Control Dust in a Dry World

Using technology developed by a UA engineer, startup Clean Earth Tech plans to provide a novel solution to a common problem in arid climates: air pollution caused by dry air and blowing dust.

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