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Women in Engineering Video Launched at Homecoming Breakfast

Nationally only 20 percent of engineering graduates are women. At UA Engineering women make up 29 percent of the 2014 freshman class.

SHPE Computer Training Is a Family Affair

The Tucson residents on the University of Arizona campus one recent Saturday were not attending a Wildcats game or arts performance. They were learning how to use a computer, from a student group newly honored for its outreach efforts.

Ebola Is Not Just a Matter for Medicine

Outbreak in Africa reveals a need for engineering contributions to global health, UA researchers say.

Solar-Powered Ingenuity

University of Arizona freshman engineering students display their math, modeling and design skills at the 2014 Solar Oven Throw Down on the University of Arizona Mall.

Support UA Civil Engineering and Win a Signed Wildcat Basketball!

Civil Engineering students kick off hoop season by raffling a basketball signed by UA men’s basketball coach Sean Miller and this season’s team.

UA Engineering Research Aims to Secure Wi-Fi and Shut Out Snoops

Cybersecurity researchers in the UA College of Engineering are developing ways to make the airwaves more secure and protect wireless customers from eavesdropping.

It’s Official: UA Mining Society Chapter Is Winningest Team

Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration showers University of Arizona students and faculty with awards and scholarships in 2014.

UA Center Drives Sustainable Semiconductor Manufacturing

The SRC Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing is developing greener, more cost-effective solutions for a booming industry.