The University of Arizona College of Engineering News Site
From multimillion-dollar research projects to protect cyberspace or save eyesight, to robotics and Frisbee tournaments, get the latest news about the people, projects, achievements and events that make the College of Engineering a happening place!
Engineers Create AI Tech to Repair, Maintain On-Orbit Spacecraft
Engineers Create AI Tech to Repair,
Maintain On-Orbit Spacecraft
$26M Quantum Networks Center Ushering in Unhackable Internet
$26M Quantum Networks Center
Ushering in Unhackable Internet
Hybrid Solar Desalination System Viable Option for Native Communities
Hybrid Solar Desalination System
Viable Option for Native Communities
OSIRIS-REx Touches Asteroid Bennu in Sample Grab
OSIRIS-REx Touches Asteroid
Bennu in Sample Grab
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From multimillion-dollar research grants to weekend Frisbee games
The College publishes the alumni magazine Arizona Engineer twice a year. Other College print publications available for download and digital viewing highlight research projects, industry partnerships and educational progress. And every month, the College sends the Arizona Engineer e-newsletter to alumni, faculty and staff for the latest news and coming events.
Tell us about your experiences in College and since you graduated, your research breakthroughs, honors and awards and coming events so we can share them with the community on the pages of Arizona Engineer.