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Not Much Fazes First-Gen College Student

Danielle Taran’s internships have zig-zagged her halfway across Texas and stepped her through the life of a mine -- from pre-stripping land, to digging coal, to reclaiming a site.

Learning From a Firefly: UA Students Develop Innovative Apps

At the UA College of Engineering, students learn how to write code for apps that could become real-world products under conditions they are likely to encounter in industry.

#SportsInSTEM Series: Arizona Science of Baseball Program

Thanks to the Arizona Science of Baseball Program, children in Arizona are getting a Major League learning experience.

Bringing a Spacecraft Back From the Dead

A UA engineering student is part of a team trying to awaken an abandoned NASA space probe and put it back to work in outer space.

UA Mining Engineering Students Ready to Get Real

From figuring out how to efficiently pull basalt out of a caldera on Oahu to making plans for putting a strip mine back to the way it was, UA mining and geological engineering interns are setting themselves up for success.

Industrious Senior Builds a Mining Life in Hawaii

Jamie Mills is returning for her second summer at an aggregate mine in Oahu to help integrate new technology, and perhaps earn herself a job in mine engineering management, and a slice of island life.

Internships, Research Fuel Brothers' Dreams

Peter and Paul Mather are brothers pursuing mining engineering degrees at the University of Arizona. One is oriented to business, the other to research. Both are following their passions.

Arizona 4-H Wins National Science Experiment Competition With 'Rockets to the Rescue'

Arizona 4-H has won this year’s competition for the design of the 4-H 2014 National Youth Science Day experiment.