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Ground Water Sustainability and Climate Change

NASA Space Grant student studies groundwater and climate issues affecting the Southwest.
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UA, AWC Collaborating on $6M Grant

The UA and Arizona Western College are collaborating on a program that has just been funded by a $6 million federal grant to boost sustainable engineering education offerings.
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College of Engineering Hosts Honors Convocation Ceremony and Barbecue

Honors students and families celebrate achievements over burgers, beans and hot dogs.
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Students Fill Up On Burgers and Research Posts

Grant supports students and faculty getting together, building relationships and planning research.
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UA Engineering Students to Host Sustainable Engineering Workshop

Student chapter of Engineers Without Borders hosts weekend of cultural training, hands-on workshops, networking, and inspiration to design and implement sustainable engineering projects.
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UA Engineering Wows Thousands at Arizona Best Fest

Engineers delight and intrigue crowds at Arizona's centennial with planetary rovers, robots and a solar-powered car.
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New Partnership Between UA and Agilent Technologies Focuses on Emerging Waterborne Contaminants

A new collaboration between Agilent, the University of Arizona and the BIO5 Institute is expected to greatly improve early detection methods for waterborne contaminants, with the ongoing goal of benefiting the environment and improving public health.
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UA Engineer’s Superlaminates are Industrial Surgery for Failing Infrastructure

Professor Emeritus Mo Ehsani might have an answer to the deadly threats posed by the failing infrastructure we rely on but rarely fix or upgrade -- fiber-reinforced polymers.

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