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UA to Host National Conference on STEM and Hispanics

In November 2017, thought leaders will visit to rethink the most critical challenges and opportunities regarding undergraduate STEM education.
Freshman Nizhonabah Davis

Freshmen of Distinction Arrive for the Fall

More than one-fourth are majoring in STEM fields, and their numbers have boosted the UA's percentage of newcomers defined as academically talented.
Solar Eclipse

When the Sun Goes Dark, UA Student's Skills Will Shine

Undergraduate Adriana Mitchell already has her sights set on distant planets. But first, thanks to a 2,500-mile-long virtual telescope, she is poised to find answers to questions about the sun that have eluded scientists for decades.
Caterpillar Class

UA-Caterpillar Partnership Celebrates First Year

The Mining 360 Program has produced its first cohort of graduates, who benefited from executive training provided by the UA Department of Mining and Geological Engineering.
Engineering seniors with their human-powered vehicle

UA Engineering Design Projects: Prototypes for Career Success

University of Arizona College of Engineering seniors work on design projects each year, and many receive job offers as a result. Meet four graduates whose projects landed them right where they wanted to be.
Inside a driverless car

U.S. Students Learn to Program a Driverless Car at the UA

The 10-week summer course encourages students to continue studies in research-based graduate programs.
Microbiologist Channah Rock

Pure Water Brew Challenge Brings Reclamation to the Forefront

A campaign put on by a coalition of water experts has breweries from around Arizona turning wastewater into beer. But the effort is really about education, according to the UA's Channah Rock.
3-D Printing

Student from Honduras Uses UA as Summer Learning Base

Under the mentorship of professor Peiwen "Perry" Li, Gabriel Vasquez worked on a research project that incorporated 3-D printing and enhanced his resume as a "science diplomat."