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Salpointe UA ENGR High School 102 Projects

ENGR 102 High School Students Create Sustainable Solutions for Community

A modified version of the University of Arizona’s introductory engineering course gives high school seniors a chance to do good and a head start on their college education.
LaToya Singletary, UA College of Engineering Alumni Affairs

LaToya Singletary Joins UA College of Engineering Development Team

The College’s associate director of development brings eight years of experience in alumni relations and philanthropy at research universities along with professional engineering experience.
Pierre Deymier, University of Arizona professor of materials science and engineering

Sound Over Silicon: Computing’s Wave of the Future

With a combined $1.8 million from the W.M. Keck Foundation and the University of Arizona, materials science and engineering professor Pierre Deymier explores building a quantum computer that uses sound instead of quantum particles.
Winners of UA Engineering 2017 Design Day

UA Engineering Design Day 2017: A Date to Remember

A drone for pollinating date palm trees, which could yield big savings in time and money for farmers, takes the top prize at Design Day 2017.
Mary Poulton at the UA's annual rock-drilling contest

Arizona Governor, Senators and State Legislature Honor UA’s Mary Poulton

In a unanimous show of support, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, U.S. Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake, and the Arizona Legislature expressed appreciation to retiring University of Arizona mining engineering professor and administrator Mary Poulton.
Janet Roveda, 2017 UA Enginering da Vinci Scholar

UA College of Engineering Names Janet Roveda 2017 da Vinci Fellow

Electrical and computer engineer is honored for multidisciplinary research projects bringing millions in funding dollars to the University of Arizona.
Christina Morrison, in a lab at the University of Arizona, works on waterless laundering for astronauts.

Laundered in Space

UA Engineering senior Christina Morrison is seeking solutions to a down-to-earth problem for space travelers: How to keep their clothes clean.
UA engineers build greenhouses like this for use on Mars someday

Lunar, Martian Greenhouses Designed to Mimic Those on Earth

University of Arizona scientists and engineers in the Controlled Environment Agriculture Center, part of the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, are building greenhouses to support a crew of astronauts working on the moon or Mars.