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UA Engineering Selected as High-Performance Parallel Computing Teaching Center

Graphics technology company Nvidia selects the University of Arizona department of electrical and computer engineering as one of its teaching centers.
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Industry Helps Engineering Students Reanimate Robotic Mine Vehicles

The autonomous vehicles, which replace human drivers with computer control, satellite navigation and robotic vision, were originally part of a research program at Freeport-McMoRan in Safford, Ariz.
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Sandia Labs Partners with UA Engineering to Boost Energy, Water, Climate Research in the Southwest

University of Arizona and national lab sign agreement to focus on environmental research.
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UA Aerial Robotics Club on Arizona Illustrated

Arizona Public Media program features engineering students and their flying robots.
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Six UA Students to Receive Medals for Leadership

The Freeman, Robie and Nugent medals are awarded to outstanding UA students whose contributions and co-curricular activities and leadership have a positive impact on the University.
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Outstanding UA Engineering Faculty, Staff Recognized for 2010-11 Achievements

Extraordinary faculty and staff of the University of Arizona College of Engineering who received noteworthy attention for their work during the 2010-11 academic year were recognized May 9 at a special event at the Student Union Memorial Center.
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Learning to Learn: We Have an App for That

Learning how to learn new things is the most important skill that engineering graduates can acquire.
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UA Engineering Robotics Whizz Named Student of the Year

Electrical and computer engineering graduate Matt Bunting is named student of the year at the Annual Creativity in Electronics awards for his design of a six-legged robot.