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cybersecurity

Cybersecurity Means Job Security

UA South's cyber operations program, based on the Sierra Vista campus but fully online, has grown quickly and provides students with extensive hands-on training for an array of career opportunities in the field.
Leah Kaplan

UA Chemical Engineering Student Leah Kaplan Wins Freeman Medal

Flinn Scholar, Tau Beta Pi president and former Lego guru pursues career in science diplomacy
Gaurav Gupta

Blasting Through Barriers: Guarav Gupta

Graduate of prestigious institute in India excels at the UA -- and helps other students be their best. Third article in series about diversity and inclusivity in mining engineering at the University of Arizona.
mcgill talk

Raytheon’s Top Engineer to Students: Be Curious

Laura McGill explains why she loves her career, and what others can do to follow a similar trajectory.
Bruce Alberts

Former National Academy of Science President Speaks at University of Arizona

Bruce Alberts on writing textbooks, reforming science education and expanding scientists’ reach.
Ana Ingstrom

Blasting Through Barriers: Ana Ingstrom

Alumna keeps her head and her heart in the world of mining -- even when life gets in the way. Second article in series about diversity and inclusivity in mining engineering at the University of Arizona.
brain scans

Brain Injury Modeling Reveals Deep Trauma Patterns

New research results indicate that traumatic brain injury, such as that resulting from impacts in sports and auto accidents, is caused by stretching and straining of tissue well below the surface of the brain.
summer engineering academy students

Students Set Out from Summer Camp to College and Career

The UA College of Engineering’s Summer Engineering Academy can turn undecided high school students into dedicated engineering undergraduates.

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