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2019

Dylan Moriarty, outdoors, thumbs in his jean pockets.

Dylan Moriarty: AISES 2019 Most Promising Engineer

American Indian Science and Engineering Society recognizes UArizona civil engineering alumnus and Sandia National Laboratories geoscience engineer.
Otakuye Conroy-Ben

Otakuye Conroy-Ben: AISES 2019 Technical Excellence Awardee

Sustainable engineering professor, Native student mentor and UArizona alumna recognized for wastewater research.
The fountain in front of Old Main.

Space Science, Research Reputation Shine in Best Global Ranking

The University of Arizona ranked No. 21 among U.S. public universities and No. 85 overall in the sixth annual Best Global Universities ranking, published by U.S. News & World Report.
Gaurav Gupta explaining something on a computer screen.

$2.5M Award Funds Scholarships and Research for Minerals Program

The Freeport-McMoRan Foundation invests in workforce development and innovations in modern mining at the University of Arizona.
A group of high school girls wearing matching blue "Summer Engineering Academy" t-shirts grin off into the distance at a potato (off frame) they just launched out of a homemade potato launcher.

$10,000 From Bayer Funds K-12 Engineering Education and Outreach

A portion of the grant goes to support the UA College of Engineering Summer Engineering Academy.
Jennifer Barton, professionally posed and smiling in a biomedical lab.

National Institutes of Health Calls on Jennifer Barton’s Expertise

Biomedical engineer and UA BIO5 Institute director joins national bioengineering advisory council.
Two young men and two young women wearing Hawaiian shirts and bright yellow vests kneel for a photo next to their solar oven, a cardboard and aluminum foil device labeled with their group name: "Team Hot Stuff."

Clouds Clear Out and Competition Heats Up at Solar Oven Throw Down

Freshman engineers harness the power of the sun in their first hands-on design experience as UA students.
Don Gervasio, wearing a long-sleeved blue shirt, stands between a pump and pipe in a laboratory with tubes hanging in the background

Protecting the Pipes Used to Harvest Solar Energy

University of Arizona engineers are using $1M from the DOE to minimize corrosion in large-scale solar energy production.

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