Students

Students in the College of Engineering are encouraged to go beyond the classroom to enhance their education. A creative approach to tomorrow’s challenges is taught inside and outside the classroom, and students receive recognition for their innovation.

In The News: Two steps ahead and rubbing shoulders with the best

Ten students from the University of Alabama completed some parts of their engineering studies in Germany as part of the “Two Steps Ahead” program – including internships at Daimler’s Sindelfingen plant. Read more

Sources: Daimler

In The News: At the University of Alabama, New Laboratories Are Designed For Collaboration

The design of academic research laboratory spaces for the different fields of engineering has in years past focused on both individual departments and researchers/principal investigators doing independent research in their own individual laboratories. Over the past decade, however, this concept has increasingly given way to a new design paradigm. A… Read more

Sources: Falicitiesnet.com

In The News: Alliance Awards $55,000 in Scholarships Through 2018 Melvin Kruger Endowed Scholarship Program

The Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress has announced the recipients of its 2018 Melvin Kruger Endowed Scholarships, which include three new recipients and the renewal of eight scholarships for the 2018-19 academic year … A William A. Good Scholarship was renewed for Sophie McGuire, who attends University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa… Read more

Sources: Roofers Coffee Shop

In The News: 2018 SEMA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AND LOAN FORGIVENESS AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED

The SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund awarded $297,000 to 102 individuals this year, including scholarships for current students and loan-forgiveness awards to employees of SEMA-member companies … Dudley Moore (University of Alabama, Mechanical Engineering) Read more

Sources: Specialty Equipment Market Association, Aftermarket News

In The News: UA engineering student creates self-defense jewelry line

And while there is self-defense weaponry on the market, very few products are practical for integrating into the daily female lifestyle. That’s what inspired one University of Alabama student to create her own company, to better equip women. It’s fashion, with a purpose. Read more

Sources: WVTM (Birmingham), NBC 13 (Birmingham), Fox 6 (Birmingham)

In The News: Look! No Hands! Would you use a self-driving car?

Would you ride in a car if it had no driver other than the car itself? And would that make our roads any safer? As part of KGUN9’s continuing project “Operation Safe Roads” we looked at how college students are learning to program cars that will probably be in your… Read more

Sources: 104.1 KQTH (Tucson, Arizona), ABC 9 (Tucson, Arizona)

In The News: Lone Peak Graduate Hired to Start Sustainability Program in Big Sky

Sayler Tatom cares about Big Sky, which means she cares about snow, plants and the environment. Originally from Dallas, Tatom moved to Big Sky at about 10 years of age and graduated from Lone Peak High School in 2017 … While Tatom is currently enrolled in the environmental engineering and… Read more

Sources: Explore Big Sky (Montana)