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UA Engineering Recognizes 2019 Outstanding Alumni Volunteer

The University of Alabama College of Engineering recently recognized Robert P. Barnett as its 2019 Outstanding Alumni Volunteer. He has demonstrated loyalty to the College by previously serving on the Capstone Engineering Society Board of Directors and on the advisory board for the civil, construction and environmental engineering department. Barnett… Read more

In The News: UA hosts Robotics Mining Challenge

The University of Alabama engineering department is hosting the Robotic Mining Challenge  in Tuscaloosa. Twenty-eight teams from colleges all across the country are on campus trying to prove they are the best engineers. The Alabama Astrobotics team has won the competition five times. Read more

Sources: CBS 42 (Birmingham), WVUA at 6 p.m. (Tuscaloosa), Fox 6 at Noon (Birmingham), WVUA at 5 p.m. (Tuscaloosa), Fox 6 at 4 p.m. (Birmingham), Iowa Ag Connection, QNS, Glen Ellyn Patch (Illinois)

UA computer science department honors high school females in computing

The computer science department at The University of Alabama will honor female high school students for their successes in computing. UA will host the 2019 National Center for Women in Information Technology, or NCWIT, Aspirations Award celebration on April 27 for the North Alabama region. The event will take place… Read more

UA hosts annual K-12 robotics competition

Nearly 300 K-12 students from across Alabama were recently welcomed to campus for a computer programming competition that used robotics as a host platform. The University of Alabama College of Engineering computer science department hosted its ninth annual Alabama Robotics Competition April 6 at the Bryant Conference Center. This year’s… Read more

In The News: UA students participate in Drone Racing competition at UAH

Ben Fischer, University of Alabama: “We scratch build all of it. Some of us design. Like, I like to design my own frames, so we design it out. Get it milled out of carbon fiber and put it all together with electronics.” Kelly Kennedy, Eyewitness News: “Right behind me is… Read more

Sources: WBRE-NBC (Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania)

In The News: Mind-Controlled Drones: Not As Far Away As You Think

Not long ago, moving objects with your mind was the province of Jedi knights and boy wizards. But on April 6, competitors and spectators will descend on the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa for the Brain-Drone Race competition, in which competitors will race drones by moving them only with their… Read more

Sources: Forbes, WVUA (Tuscaloosa), Fox 6 (Birmingham), ABC 33/40 (Birmingham), CBS 42 (Birmingham), NBC 13 (Birmingham), WSFA-NBC (Montgomery), News Chief (Winter Haven, Florida), KSBW 8 (Monterey, California), NBC 13 (Birmingham), WBAL 11 (Baltimore, Maryland), News 40 (Rogers, Arkansas), NBC 5 (Cincinnati, Ohio), ABC 9 (Kansas City, Missouri), NBC 3 (Sacramento, California), Action News 4 (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), ABC 8 (Portland, Maine), NBC 2 (Orlando, Florida), NBC 12 (Winston-Salem, North Carolina), WESH-NBC (Orlando, Florida), KOAT-ABC (Albuquerque, New Mexico), WKCF-CW (Orlando, Florida), KHBS-ABC (Ft. Smith, Arkansas), KCRA-NBC (Sacramento, California), WPBF-ABC (West Palm Beach, Florida), KMBC-ABC (Kansas City, Missouri), KETV-ABC (Omaha, Nebraska), WJCL-ABC (Savannah), WCWG-CW (Greensboro, North Carolina), WXII-NBC (Greensboro, North Carolina)

Engineering First-Class Facilities: H.M. Comer Hall Renovated to One-Stop Shop for Students

The new H.M. Comer Hall radiates professionalism and class and is a one-stop shop for students to get all of their engineering needs met in one place. The newly renovated building provides an appropriate entryway into the Shelby Engineering and Science Quad and has become the portal into The University… Read more