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2021

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Students Net $46,000 in Prizes at Craig M. Berge Design Day 2021

College of Engineering seniors at the University of Arizona showcase their efforts to make crops healthier, humans safer, and the future brighter.
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BME Senior Receives Merrill P. Freeman Award

Engineering student Daniel Wieland is one of just seven undergraduates will be recognized with four university-wide awards for their service to the community, academic accomplishments and perseverance.
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University of Arizona Launches Software Engineering Degree

The program positions graduates to take on rewarding positions in high demand by industry.
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The Visitor Who Never Left: Roberto Furfaro, 2021 da Vinci Fellow

The systems and industrial engineering professor, whose work centers around applying artificial intelligence methods to space exploration, has been with the college for more than 20 years.
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Engineering Student Wins University of Arizona Grad Slam

Marwan Abduljawad honors his mother’s battle with cancer in his award-winning presentation about MRI contrast agents.
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ABOR Selects Marwan Krunz as Regents Professor

The Arizona Board of Regents confirmed the appointments of University of Arizona faculty members Steven Archer, Sonia Colina, Marwan Krunz, Dante Lauretta, Sallie Marston and Ian Pepper as Regents Professors.
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Engineering Alum at the Helm of New Tech Startup

Mechanical engineering alum Roslyn Norman is the engineering manager at Paramium Technologies, which just received a $256,000 National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research grant.
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Charting a Pathway to Leadership

Kathie Melde, associate dean of faculty affairs and inclusion, writes about her perspectives on leadership and growth for IEEE Antennas and Propagation.

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