Category Archives: College of Engineering

Gage Greening: Highlighting Advancements in Cancer Detection

Welcome to my second blog entry! During the fall 2013 semester, I wrote about my research experience thus far as part of the College of Engineering Honors Program. I am now in my last semester before I graduate and am in the … Continue reading

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Arkansas Engineers Abroad: Surveying More Tomorrow

Most students spend their winter break relaxing, visiting with family and friends, and logging a good amount of time on the couch; this winter break, a group of engineering students left their homes early and flew more than 1,300 miles … Continue reading

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Postcard from Rome: Nick Kordsmeier

Honors chemical engineering student Nick Kordsmeier spent his summer studying the masterpieces of Michelangelo and Caravaggio, learning Italian from native Romans, hiking the still-active Mt. Vesuvius, and eating some of the world’s best gelato. Here is an excerpt from his post … Continue reading

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Gage Greening: Shining a Light on Cancer Detection

Welcome to my blog! Let me begin by introducing myself a bit more. I’m a senior biomedical engineering major in the Honors College here at the University of Arkansas. In addition to my academics, I work in Dr. Muldoon’s research … Continue reading

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Freshmen Files: Teni Butler

Teni Butler is a sophomore chemical engineering major, an Honors College fellow, and a stellar defender (#17)on the Lady Razorbacks soccer team. She excelled in her first year, but the adjustment from her small private high school in Chattanooga, Tenn., … Continue reading

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A Touch of USA in the UAE: Alex Moix Reports from Dubai and Abu Dhabi

Honors chemical engineering student Alex Moix spent time in the United Arab Emirates working on his Arabic and absorbing Emirati culture, while also managing to snag honors at a design competition using his 3D modeling skills.

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Learning through the Lens: Video Production & Film in Australia with Adam Osmon

Honors mechanical engineering and physics student Adam Osmon chose to expand his academic and cultural horizons in during a semester study abroad in Australia, where he dove into video production and indigenous cultures at the University of Adelaide.  

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Katelin Cherry: Engineering a Skeletal Cell Derived Biomaterial

Honors biomedical engineering student Katelin Cherry began working with mentor Dr. Jeffrey Wolchok last spring to create a biomaterial from skeletal cells that would ideally represent the complex components of skeletal muscle. A biomaterial of this type could be used … Continue reading

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Alumni Update: Troy Long, B.S. in Industrial Engineering, summa cum laude, ’10

As an honors undergraduate in industrial engineering, Troy Long focused on developing algorithms for scheduling in semiconductor facilities. Now three years into doctoral studies in industrial and operations engineering at the University of Michigan, Troy has turned to a very different … Continue reading

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Thinking GREEN: Justin Westbrook and the GREEN Mobile Solar Energy Laboratory

  Geared toward young students in hopes of fostering greater interest in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields in the state of Arkansas, the GREEN Mobile Solar Energy Laboratory has been funded by a sizeable grant from the … Continue reading

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