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Mary Poulton

MGE Department Head Mary Poulton Inducted into American Mining Hall of Fame

College's first female department head, and director of Lowell Institute for Mineral resources, helps cement UA's role as mining engineering center of excellence.
2010 da Vinci scholar Kelly Thompson and her dog.

Da Vinci Scholar Has a Passion for Responsible Engineering

Dual engineering-biology major is recognized for scholarly achievements.
Justine Schluntz

Rhodes Trip to Oxford for UA Scholar

Mechanical engineering student Justine Schluntz will skip her master's degree and head to Oxford to study for a doctorate.

Kids Try Out College Engineering Classes in High School

“Trying engineering at the university can be difficult,” says Jeff Goldberg, dean of engineering at the University of Arizona. “It takes time. It’s expensive. And if you don’t like it, you may have trouble transferring credits to another major.”

Regents', University Distinguished Professors Inducted

A ceremony on Thursday honored the latest class of faculty chosen to the UA's highest academic honors.

Grant to Expand Innovative High School Engineering Program

The Tucson Unified School District, in partnership with the UA College of Engineering, has won a two-year grant from Science Foundation Arizona to implement a program geared toward increasing engineering graduates at Arizona colleges.

Industry and Research Collaborate to Improve Solar Cell Efficiency

Research meets industry as two Tucson companies and UA professor Ray Kostuk have been awarded a three-year grant to investigate holographic optical collectors in solar technologies.

What Nature Cannot Provide, Engineers Invent

During the early 20th century, engineers and physicists focused on exploiting the properties of naturally occurring materials. In other words, their work accommodated materials’ properties.