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2021

Sammy Tin

MSE’s New Department Head a Natural Fit

Sammy Tin, the inaugural Patrick R. Taylor Endowed Chair in Materials Science and Engineering, has plans to grow the undergraduate student population and reach new heights in research.
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College Welcomes 11 New Faculty in 2021-2022

UA Engineering recruits one of the largest and most diverse classes of faculty in its history.
A photo of a man's torso, sitting and holding a cellphone. He has mesh bands with embedded electronics wrapped around his bicep and forearm.

Engineers 3D-Print Personalized, Wireless Wearables That Never Need a Charge

The new devices, custom made to fit individuals, could mean massive improvements in the monitoring and treatment of diseases, the testing of new drugs and the ability to track personal health.
A woman and two men smile for a photo. Sahand Sabet, center, holds a glass award.

Engineering Student, Associate Dean Honored at I-Squared Awards and Expo

Tech Launch Arizona presented five awards for innovation, leadership and impact at its 8th Annual I-Squared Expo & Awards -- including two for members of the College of Engineering.
Roberto Peralta stands on a stage accepting a framed certificate from an older man. The certificate says "Astronaut Scholarship." The men are in formal wear and there is a blue curtain behind them.

Polyglot Engineering Student Lands Astronaut Scholarship

Roberto Peralta looks toward serving his global community by designing low-cost prosthetic limbs.
Zheshen Zhang in his lab

UArizona Engineer Awarded $5M to Build Quantum-Powered Navigation Tools

Funded by the NSF Convergence Accelerator Program, the Quantum Sensors project aims to make space and terrestrial navigation far more sensitive, accurate and affordable.
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Arizona State Legislature Approves $4M in Ongoing Yearly Funding for School of Mining and Mineral Resources

The funding is geared to building a highly educated workforce prepared to meet some of the world’s most pressing technological needs around mineral resources.

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