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The College of Engineering's seven academic departments offer students an outstanding faculty, accredited engineering and computer science programs, and some of the most advanced facilities in the nation.

Numerous research projects offer students opportunities to work with faculty in solving current societal problems and in developing technological resources for the future.

In The News: GOVERNOR VISITS TUSCALOOSA TO SPEAK AT AWARD CEREMONY

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey was in Tuscaloosa Friday as the keynote speaker for the Randall Scholar awards. Ivey recognized Randall Premier award winner Donna Xia for her contributions in chemical engineering, and also spoke to University of Alabama students and staff about her goals for the future of the state… Read more

Sources: WVUA (Tuscaloosa)

In The News: ASTM International Selects Alabama Student for WISE Internship

ASTM International will sponsor Kaitlyn Bishay, a rising senior at the University of Alabama, for the prestigious Washington Internships for Students of Engineering (WISE) program. WISE is a competitive summer program in Washington, D.C., offered annually to about a dozen engineering juniors and seniors interested in public policy. The program… Read more

Sources: ASTM Standardization News, ASTM International

In The News: Under the ice

Using the word summer to refer to Greenland is an insult to the idea of summer. Nevertheless, it was “summer” when a team of researchers from The University of Alabama dragged a radar across the Arctic ice in hopes of seeing underneath. Read more

Sources: Phys.org

UA engineering students spend 12 weeks working at Tesla

Several University of Alabama College of Engineering students got the opportunity to apply classroom lessons into real world practice by interning for an innovative automotive and energy company making major headlines. The UA engineering students spent their summer working with Tesla automotive company at factories in both California and Nevada.… Read more

In The News: Spilling The Secret To A Mako Shark’s Speed

For years, researchers led by Amy Lang of the University of Alabama have been studying how large and heavy aquatic animals can reach such a high speed. Their latest results will be presented at the March Meeting of the American Physical Society in Boston. Read more

Sources: Forbes, New Scientist, Science.Orf , Dive Photo Guide, EP Root, New Atlas, F3 News, 24 Australia, Asia Pacific Daily, The Independent, Earth.com, Yahoo!, Best News, EurekAlert, Daily Heralds, Army Technology, ABC 7 (Washington, DC), Ars Technica, Fox News Network, Fighter Sweep

UA engineering student wins AGU presentation award

A University of Alabama doctoral student has received a prestigious presentation award at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. Atieh Alipour, a civil, construction and environmental engineering doctoral student, was awarded the Outstanding Student Presentation Award at the AGU Fall Meeting held Dec. 10-14, 2018, at the Walter E. Washington… Read more

In The News: Alabama graduate displays race cars on engineering campus

John Allen, a 1979 University of Alabama graduate in the school of engineering, displayed his BMW race cars Monday in front of the engineering campus. Allen and his team are headed to Austin, Texas, to race at the Circuit of the Americas track in the Pirelli World Challenge racing series. Read more

Sources: Tuscaloosa News, WVUA (Tuscaloosa), Speed Sport , Fox 6 (Birmingham)