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2015

UA Alumna Laura-Ann Chin Named Young Chemical Engineer of the Year

American Institute of Chemical Engineers recognizes a rising star in chemical engineering for her professional contributions and community service, including efforts to diversify the field.

Fifty Employers Recruit Engineers at iExpo 2015

Dozens of University of Arizona alumni, describing UA students as highly motivated and well prepared, return to campus to hire engineers for top firms. Many students line up interviews on the spot.

SHPE Delivers Serious Fun with Zombie-Dodging Solar-Powered Cars

SHPE helps Arizona high school students build solar cars to survive apocalyptic zombie toy soldiers on the University of Arizona campus.

Raytheon’s UA Engineering Alumni Bring Educational Entertainment to Campus

Raytheon interactive lecture series encourages audience involvement while networking and learning about role of engineers at company.

Returning Peace Corps Workers Are Doing a World of Engineering Good

Peace Corps volunteers build their résumés and bring home a lasting passion for public service as graduate students in the University of Arizona College of Engineering.

EPA Taps UA Engineering Professor Shane Snyder’s Expertise in Water Sustainability

The expert in water contamination, who has advised a number of organizations at home and abroad, expands his work with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Probing the Amazing Powers of Graphene

University of Arizona College of Engineering researcher Qing Hao receives Air Force Young Investigator Award to study graphene -- the strongest, thinnest and most heat-conductive material ever discovered.

UA Invention Slows Water Evaporation, Generates Energy

UA invention generates power while saving water

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