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UA Materials Science and Engineering Assistant Professor Wins National Teaching Award

Faculty member's ability to convey knowledge and enthusiasm of materials engineering to her students earns her the 2011 Bradley Stoughton Award for Young Teachers,
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Commencement Honor for UA Engineering Undergrad

Student grew up on the Navajo Nation with his mother, to whom he attributes most of his success.
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UA Engineering Appoints First Nine Education Fellows

Nine UA College of Engineering faculty members with exemplary teaching records were named the inaugural Arizona Engineering Education Fellows this week.
Eustace L. Dereniak

Optics Pioneer Eustace L. Dereniak to Lead SPIE in 2012

Dereniak is an optical sciences and engineering professor at the UA. SPIE is the world's largest professional organization dedicated to optics and photonics.
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For They Are Jolly Good (IEEE) Fellows

Three UA engineers have been made fellows of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the world's largest technical professional association, with more than 400,000 members in 160 countries.
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Systems Engineering Innovator Recognized as da Vinci Fellow for 2012

Son inspires students, peers and colleagues as one of the most productive faculty members in the college of engineering.
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Brown Foundations Award Engineering and Business Scholarships

The UA College of Engineering, the Eller College of Management, and the Thomas R. Brown Foundations announce the recipients of Thomas R. Brown distinguished scholarships.
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Sweet Sorghum: From Fields to Fuel

How will we fuel the future? As a leading public research university, the University of Arizona is working hard to answer this question through pioneering research in alternative fuels.