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News Archive 2012

December

Over 300 Engineering Students Graduate
Over 300 Engineering Students Graduate

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Amid pageantry and cheers, more than 300 engineering students crossed the stage at the College Park Center on December 16 to collect their diplomas.

Four Professors Named Charter Fellow of National Academy of Inventors.
Four Professors Named Charter Fellow of National Academy of Inventors.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Four University of Texas at Arlington engineering professors have been named charter fellows to the National Academy of Inventors.

Engineers Working to Prevent Heat Buildup Within 3D Integrated Circuits
Engineers Working to Prevent Heat Buildup Within 3D Integrated Circuits

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

UT Arlington team minimizing generated heat and develooping nano-windows to allow heat to dissipate in 3D integrated circuits.

I, Zeno
I, Zeno

Monday, December 10, 2012

A group of UT Arlington engineers thinks a robot with a funny name and a steady gaze may hold the key to early autism detection in children.

Engineering Cancer Solutions
Engineering Cancer Solutions

Monday, December 10, 2012

The future of cancer research is cross-disciplinary and collaborative. In this, engineers at UT Arlington are leading the way, as they research methods for detection and treatment.

Popa-led Research Team Wins $1.35 Million NSF Grant to Develop Smart Skin
Popa-led Research Team Wins $1.35 Million NSF Grant to Develop Smart Skin

Friday, December 7, 2012

Dan Popa of the Electrical Engineering Department is the principal investigator of a collaborative effort to advance robots and robotic devices, and improve prosthetics.

Congratulations to All of the 2013 Graduates.
Congratulations to All of the 2013 Graduates.

Friday, December 7, 2012

On May 12, hundreds of engineering students will participate in commencement at the College Park Center. Congratulations to all our spring graduates!

Staff Adopt Children from Angel Tree
Staff Adopt Children from Angel Tree

Thursday, December 6, 2012

College of Engineering's administrative staff adopted children from the Angel Tree to ensure that those children will have gifts at Christmas.

Engineering Dean Named to UT System Task Force
Engineering Dean Named to UT System Task Force

Monday, December 3, 2012

Engineering Dean Jean-Pierre Bardet was among those named to the Task Force on Engineering Education for Texas in the 21st Century last week.

November

New Corridor Management Plan to Harness Data that Will Aid Motorists
New Corridor Management Plan to Harness Data that Will Aid Motorists

Friday, November 30, 2012

UT Arlington civil engineers are developing an expansive computer data network that will be the backbone of the Integrated Corridor Management project to help motorists navigate North Texas highways.

Dean Bardet Hosts SHPE Deans' Summit
Dean Bardet Hosts SHPE Deans' Summit

Sunday, November 18, 2012

UT Arlington Engineering Dean Jean-Pierre Bardet and Dean Emir José Macari of Cal State Sacramento co-chaired the Deans' Summit at the Society of Professional Hispanic Engineers National Conference in Fort Worth November 16, 2012.

New Endowed Scholarship Will Aid Engineering Students
New Endowed Scholarship Will Aid Engineering Students

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Hardik Shah was passionate about learning, and he pursued his education with a great deal of vigor. His love of life, his family and his work were equally vigorous, and when he died in 2011 at age 31, his wife, Pooja Shah, wanted to make sure his passion lived on.

October

UTA, University of Dallas Sign Letter of Intent for Engineering Degree
UTA, University of Dallas Sign Letter of Intent for Engineering Degree

Thursday, October 25, 2012

UT Arlington Engineering Dean Jean-Pierre Bardet and Dean C.W. Eaker of the Constantin College at the University of Dallas (UD) signed a letter of intent for engineering at the UTA campus in Arlington on October 25 that will help UD students pursue a degree in engineering, which is not currently offered at the university.

Grants for Doctoral Students at UTA Targeted for Areas of National Need
Grants for Doctoral Students at UTA Targeted for Areas of National Need

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Nearly $1.47 million in federal grants will help qualified graduate students at The University of Texas at Arlington earn their doctoral degrees in areas of national need.

Students and Employers Connect at Internship/Co-op Job Fair
Students and Employers Connect at Internship/Co-op Job Fair

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Over and over, corporate recruiters smiled, shook hands and talked about their needs while searching for their next full-time and summer interns at the College of Engineering’s Internship/Co-op Job Fair on October 3.

September

Major Gift Establishes Arnold E. Petsche Center for Automotive Engineering
Major Gift Establishes Arnold E. Petsche Center for Automotive Engineering

Friday, September 28, 2012

Arnold Petsche, founder of A.E. Petsche and Co. and supporter of UT Arlington's Formula SAE automotive racing team, has made a new, $1 million commitment to establish the Arnold E. Petsche Center for Automotive Engineering. The Center will promote engineering education, innovation and entrepreneurship.

 

College, McLennan Community College Ink MOU for Transfers
College, McLennan Community College Ink MOU for Transfers

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Dean Jean-Pierre Bardet travelled to Waco on September 27 to finalize a memorandum of understanding between the UTA College of Engineering and McLennan Community College (MCC) which will help MCC’s students better pursue and complete their studies in engineering.

UTA Engineers Win Grant to Commercialize System to Save on Energy Costs
UTA Engineers Win Grant to Commercialize System to Save on Energy Costs

Thursday, September 20, 2012

A UT Arlington Computer Science & Engineering team is developing a sensor and monitoring system to put consumers in charge of monitoring energy, gas and water use with a goal of saving them money.

August

Fundamentals Of Engineering Course Starts Sept. 6
Fundamentals Of Engineering Course Starts Sept. 6

Friday, August 31, 2012

The Fundamentals of Engineering Exam is the first step to gaining a Professional Engineer license. Our FE Exam Preparation Course will help prepare you to take the first step toward licensure. UT Arlington faculty introduce you to the format of the exam, review topics in and outside of your major area of study, present practice problems and provide tips to successfully complete the exam. Topics in this 13-part course cover all the subjects you need to prepare for the exam.

Eight Students Receive Alumni Association Scholarship Awards
Eight Students Receive Alumni Association Scholarship Awards

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Eight engineering students received scholarships to make the pursuit of their education easier at the annual Alumni Association Scholarship Dinner on August 27. Combined, the students were awarded nearly $13,000 to apply to their studies.

 

Romero-Ortega Named a 2012 Tech Titan
Romero-Ortega Named a 2012 Tech Titan

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

The Metroplex Technology Business Council has named Mario Romero-Ortega, a UT Arlington bioengineering associate professor and expert in neural regeneration, a 2012 Tech Titan in the Technology Innovator category.

 

Najafi Studying Manhole Rehabilitation
Najafi Studying Manhole Rehabilitation

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Manholes are everywhere yet they often go unnoticed. But when a manhole fails, overflowing sewer systems quickly make these seemingly innocent infrastructure markers all too conspicuous. Civil Engineering assistant professor Mohammed Najafi is teaming with a private sector engineer to study different techniques for renewing and designing manholes.

 

Stavridis Study Will Predict Building Performance in Future Earthquakes
Stavridis Study Will Predict Building Performance in Future Earthquakes

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Andreas Stavridis is being paid to create an earthquake from the roof down on a southeastern California building.

Stavridis, a civil engineering assistant professor, has received a $350,000 National Science Foundation grant to develop new numerical simulation tools to predict performance and strength of buildings in future earthquakes.

 

Welcome Back Students!
Welcome Back Students!

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

As classes begin, students, faculty and staff are invited to celebrate the beginning of a new academic year with free food, live music and fun games at the Welcome Bash on September 5 from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. 

Jamie Rogers Recognized by UT Regents for Excellence in Teaching
Jamie Rogers Recognized by UT Regents for Excellence in Teaching

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Jamie Rogers of the Industrial Engineering Department was among seven UTA faculty members -- and 65 educators throughout the University of Texas system -- who will be honored this year by The University of Texas System Board of Regents for excellence in the classroom.

Abolmaali Earns Grant to Develop Computer Models for Pipeline Construction
Abolmaali Earns Grant to Develop Computer Models for Pipeline Construction

Friday, August 17, 2012

Before the Tarrant Regional Water District builds and buries a 150-mile pipeline that will stretch from Lake Benbrook to Lake Palestine in East Texas, it must ensure that the soil that surrounding the mammoth line will remain stable for decades to come.

Chen Named Interim Chair of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Dept.
Chen Named Interim Chair of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Dept.

Friday, August 10, 2012

Victoria Chen has been named interim chair of the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, UTA College of Engineering Dean Jean-Pierre Bardet announced July 26. 

Testing Machine, New Center to Help Evaluate Durability of Road Materials
Testing Machine, New Center to Help Evaluate Durability of Road Materials

Friday, August 10, 2012

The Texas Department of Transportation has awarded a $1.12 million grant to a UT Arlington civil engineering professor to determine the durability of recycled materials for use in road construction.

Summer Camps Get Kids Interested in Engineering
Summer Camps Get Kids Interested in Engineering

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Each summer, groups of high school students huddle over engineering projects in a variety of disciplines, preparing solutions to a problem while learning presentation skills. These students, participants in the College of Engineering’s summer camps, are getting a broad exposure to the variety of engineering disciplines, plus related topics in chemistry and physics.

July

Micropunching Lithography Project Could Yield Pliable Cell Phones, Laptops
Micropunching Lithography Project Could Yield Pliable Cell Phones, Laptops

Friday, July 27, 2012

UT Arlington professor Cheng Luo envisions the day that a flexible cell phone could be folded and placed in a pocket like a billfold or that a laptop computer could be rolled up and stored.

COE Board Member Barbara Hyman Named PRSA Fellow
COE Board Member Barbara Hyman Named PRSA Fellow

Monday, July 23, 2012

Barbara Hyman, a member of the College of Engineering Advisory Board, has been accepted into the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) College of Fellows.

Civil Engineering Alumnus Receives Award from Thai Government
Civil Engineering Alumnus Receives Award from Thai Government

Monday, July 23, 2012

Dr. Koonnamas Punthutaecha, a civil engineering alumnus, recently received the Thai government’s highest civil servant honors for his extensive work in civil transportation in rural roads.

Printed Photonic Crystal Mirrors Shrink On-Chip Lasers
Printed Photonic Crystal Mirrors Shrink On-Chip Lasers

Monday, July 23, 2012

Electrical engineers at The University of Texas at Arlington and at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have devised a new laser for on-chip optical connections that could give computers a huge boost in speed and energy efficiency.

UT Arlington to Host 12th Annual Texas Autocross
UT Arlington to Host 12th Annual Texas Autocross

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The University of Texas at Arlington will host a formal Formula Society of Automotive Engineers race for the first time during the 12th annual Texas Autocross Weekend July 13-15.

Monica Hew Named Undergraduate Student of the Year by Boeing, Flightglobal
Monica Hew Named Undergraduate Student of the Year by Boeing, Flightglobal

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Ya-yu Monica Hew, a rising senior at UT Arlington majoring in aerospace engineering and physics, was named undergraduate student of the year by Boeing and Flightglobal in their Engineering Student of the Year competition.

Quicker Diagnosis, Better Treatment Through Robot Technology
Quicker Diagnosis, Better Treatment Through Robot Technology

Monday, July 9, 2012

Zeno doesn’t make judgments. He has empathetic eyes in a beautiful hazel hue. His lifelike skin is called Frubber and allows his face to smile, frown and look inquisitive.

Frank Lewis Received a 2013 IEEE Award
Frank Lewis Received a 2013 IEEE Award

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Frank Lewis, a professor in the Electrical Engineering Department, has been chosen to receive the 2013 IEEE Computational Intelligence Society Neural Networks Pioneer award.

UT Arlington Team Wins NSF Grant to Exterminate Computer Bugs
UT Arlington Team Wins NSF Grant to Exterminate Computer Bugs

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Computer “bugs,” or flaws in software programs and systems, cost U.S. businesses billions of dollars each year.

June

UT Arlington Researchers Receive NSF Grant to Study New Molecular Model
UT Arlington Researchers Receive NSF Grant to Study New Molecular Model

Friday, June 22, 2012

UT Arlington researchers have been awarded a $300,000 National Science Foundation grant to study a new model for how motor proteins behave in the body.

Medical Consortium Awards $600,000 in Third Round of Funding
Medical Consortium Awards $600,000 in Third Round of Funding

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

A medical technology consortium focused on moving innovation to the marketplace has announced more than $600,000 in a third round of grants to Dallas-Fort Worth area researchers in critical health care fields.

NASA Awards UTA Aerospace Engineers Grant
NASA Awards UTA Aerospace Engineers Grant

Monday, June 11, 2012

Two UTA aerospace engineering professors have been awarded a three-year, $640,000 NASA National Research Award to study novel injector designs to support combustion at hypersonic speeds

Research by Iqbal and Teams Featured in Journals
Research by Iqbal and Teams Featured in Journals

Thursday, June 7, 2012

The research of Samir Iqbal, an electrical engineer specializing in nanotechnology, and his colleagues was featured on the cover of Lab On a Chip journal.

UT Arlington to Get Advanced Weather Radar System
UT Arlington to Get Advanced Weather Radar System

Thursday, June 7, 2012

A weather radar system to be installed soon at The University of Texas at Arlington promises faster, more precise information about severe weather and flash flooding.

Dr. Nedderman Made a Gift to the College's Wendell Nedderman Endowment Fund
Dr. Nedderman Made a Gift to the College's Wendell Nedderman Endowment Fund

Monday, June 4, 2012

Wendell Nedderman, President Emeritus of UT Arlington and founder of the College of Engineering, recently made a gift to the College's Wendell Nedderman Endowment Fund.

UTA Researchers Were Presented with Grants from NTCRF
UTA Researchers Were Presented with Grants from NTCRF

Friday, June 1, 2012

UT Arlington engineering researchers were presented with grants from the North Texas Cancer Research Foundation.

MAE Professor Led Students in Formula SAE Competitions
MAE Professor Led Students in Formula SAE Competitions

Friday, June 1, 2012

Since 1982, UT Arlington mechanical engineering professor Bob Woods has led students in Formula SAE competitions with universities worldwide.

Puppala Appointed to National Academies’ Transportation Research Group
Puppala Appointed to National Academies’ Transportation Research Group

Friday, June 1, 2012

The Transportation Research Board, an arm of the National Academies, has named a University of Texas at Arlington professor to its Design and Construction Group.

May

Dr. Tang Named 2012 Fellow of IUS-BSE
Dr. Tang Named 2012 Fellow of IUS-BSE

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Liping Tang, a University of Texas at Arlington bioengineering professor, has been named a 2012 Fellow of the International Union of Societies for Biomaterials Science and Engineering (IUS-BSE).

Dr. Puppala Received $465,000 Funding for the Current Fiscal Year
Dr. Puppala Received $465,000 Funding for the Current Fiscal Year

Monday, May 14, 2012

Civil Engineering professor and interim associate dean for research Anand Puppala has received a total of $465,000 in research funding for the current fiscal year.

UT Arlington Professor Pens Mathematical Novel Inspired by Real-life Female
UT Arlington Professor Pens Mathematical Novel Inspired by Real-life Female

Thursday, May 10, 2012

A University of Texas at Arlington professor has taken on the mystery of how a woman growing up in late-18th century France came out of nowhere to make a name for herself with the world’s most renowned mathematicians.

Device Helps with Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Detection
Device Helps with Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Detection

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

University of Texas at Arlington researchers have obtained a patent for a device aimed at saving babies’ lives through improved and rapid detection of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

Dean Bardet featured in Fort Worth Business Press Q&A
Dean Bardet featured in Fort Worth Business Press Q&A

Monday, May 7, 2012

The University of Texas at Arlington is investing in transformative research, the Fort Worth Business Press noted, in a Q&A with Jean-Pierre Bardet, new dean of the College of Engineering at UT Arlington.

Dean: "The State of the College is Strong"
Dean: "The State of the College is Strong"

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Dean Bardet's first State of the College address touts CoE's successes.

April

Spring Faculty Meeting Awards
Spring Faculty Meeting Awards

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Several College of Engineering faculty were recognized with awards at the annual spring faculty meeting.

CSE Alumnus is New Provost and VPAA at Gannon
CSE Alumnus is New Provost and VPAA at Gannon

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Andrew J. Novobilski, an alumnus of UT Arlington's Computer Science and Engineering Department, has been named Gannon University's provost and vice president for academic affairs.

Artificial Nanopore Production Could Lead to Early Detection of Disease
Artificial Nanopore Production Could Lead to Early Detection of Disease

Monday, April 23, 2012

A University of Texas at Arlington multi-disciplinary team has received a $360,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.

New Joint Software Engineering Degree With China
New Joint Software Engineering Degree With China

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

The University of Texas at Arlington announces the establishment of a joint master’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering with a focus on software engineering with the Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications.

MAE Ph.D. Student Awarded a NDSEG Fellowship
MAE Ph.D. Student Awarded a NDSEG Fellowship

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Wendy Okolo, a Ph.D. student in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department, has been awarded a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship.

Agonafer Named Jenkins Garrett Professor
Agonafer Named Jenkins Garrett Professor

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Professor Dereje Agonafer of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department has been named a Jenkins Garrett Professor by the University.

J.-C. Chiao Earns IEEE Region 5 Honor
J.-C. Chiao Earns IEEE Region 5 Honor

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Professor J.-C. Chiao, Jenkins Garrett Professor of electrical engineering has earned the IEEE Region 5 Outstanding Engineering Educator award.

Wolfram Schommers to Speak at UTA
Wolfram Schommers to Speak at UTA

Sunday, April 1, 2012

The impact of nanotechnology will be tremendous. The manipulation of atoms, molecules, and so on will allow constructing new technological worlds and will bring fundamentally new possibilities in materials science and other disciplines.

March

Junior engineering student named first UT Arlington Goldwater Scholar
Junior engineering student named first UT Arlington Goldwater Scholar

Friday, March 30, 2012

Erica Castillo, a junior in the College of Engineering, has been named The University of Texas at Arlington’s first Goldwater Scholar.

William Rouse to Speak at UTA
William Rouse to Speak at UTA

Thursday, March 29, 2012

The architecture of the overall healthcare enterprise is considered. It is argued that this enterprise is best modeled as a complex adaptive system.

EE Professor Helps to Improve Local Product
EE Professor Helps to Improve Local Product

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Sellmark, a Mansfield-based company which sells night-vision equipment, binoculars, spotting scopes and rifle scopes for outdoor and hunting market, has partnered with Electrical Engineering Associate Professor Dan Popa.

MAE Ph.D. Student Awarded an Amelia Earhart Fellowship
MAE Ph.D. Student Awarded an Amelia Earhart Fellowship

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Wendy Okolo, a Ph.D. student in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department, has been awarded an Amelia Earhart Fellowship

College of Engineering Dean's Forum
College of Engineering Dean's Forum

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

On March 26, College of Engineering Dean Jean-Pierre Bardet hosted an open forum for students and answered questions on several topics.

James Grisham Has Been Awarded a NASA Internship
James Grisham Has Been Awarded a NASA Internship

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

James Grisham, an aerospace engineering major, has been awarded a NASA Academy internship.

J.-C. Chiao Named a HealthCare Hero by the Fort Worth Business Press
J.-C. Chiao Named a HealthCare Hero by the Fort Worth Business Press

Monday, March 12, 2012

The Fort Worth Business Press honored several people at its 10th annual HealthCare Heroes Celebration. Diane Snow and J.-C. Chiao, the Janet and Mike Greene Professor and Jenkins Garrett Professor in electrical engineering, were two of the honorees.

College of Engineering Awards Banquet 2012
College of Engineering Awards Banquet 2012

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Excellence was in full view as the College of Engineering rewarded students, faculty and staff at its annual awards banquet February 24.

February

Liang’s NSF grant aims to push smart grid closer to capacity
Liang’s NSF grant aims to push smart grid closer to capacity

Friday, February 17, 2012

A UT Arlington electrical engineering professor has received a $300,000 National Science Foundation grant to determine how much closer technology can push toward the upper boundary of a smart grid’s threshold.

January

Don Taylor to Speak at UTA
Don Taylor to Speak at UTA

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

In spite of the magnitude of modern logistics problems, the field of global supply chain logistics is changing rapidly, and the recent recession has increased the pace of change in unanticipated ways. Five major trends that are expected to continue to shape global logistics in the coming decade will be discussed.

CSE Staff Named Outstanding Maverick
CSE Staff Named Outstanding Maverick

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Pam McBride, Administrative Assistant II in the Computer Science & Engineering Department recognized as one of the University's best at the Outstanding Maverick Awards Dinner.

UT Arlington Engineer Developing ‘Biomask’ to Aid Soldiers Recovering
UT Arlington Engineer Developing ‘Biomask’ to Aid Soldiers Recovering

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

UT Arlington engineers working with Army surgeons are developing a pliable, polymer mask embedded with electrical, mechanical and biological components that can speed healing from disfiguring facial burns and help rebuild the faces of injured soldiers.

Cory Doctorow to Speak at UTA
Cory Doctorow to Speak at UTA

Monday, January 23, 2012

How the copyright wars, the Wikileaks wars, the war on London riots, the war on terror, the war on pedophiles, and the war on drugs could turn the information society into a dystopian nightmare (tl:dr; if the Internet's not free, we won't be either).

Fueling a Future City
Fueling a Future City

Monday, January 23, 2012

Over 200 middle school students in 60 teams came to UT Arlington’s College of Engineering to show off how they would fuel a city of the future.  The North Texas Regional Future City Competition, sponsored by the Fort Worth IEEE section, was held in Nedderman Hall on Saturday, January 21st.

J.-C. Chiao Named Janet and Mike Greene Endowed Professor of Engineering
J.-C. Chiao Named Janet and Mike Greene Endowed Professor of Engineering

Monday, January 23, 2012

J.-C. Chiao, a celebrated UT Arlington electrical engineering professor who holds five patents with seven patents pending, has been named the Janet and Mike Greene Endowed Professor in the College of Engineering.

 M.S. Student, Awarded the Post-Tension Institute Scholarship
M.S. Student, Awarded the Post-Tension Institute Scholarship

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Joseph Lewiston was awarded the William C. Bailey Memorial Scholarship offered by the Post-Tension Institute for the 2012 school year.

One Laptop Per Child CEO to Speak at UTA
One Laptop Per Child CEO to Speak at UTA

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Rodrigo Arboleda will speak at UTA as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series, Wednesday, January 25

UT Arlington graduate student earns National Science Foundation fellowship
UT Arlington graduate student earns National Science Foundation fellowship

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

A University of Texas at Arlington aerospace engineering graduate student has received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to help determine where space debris is and how best to maneuver around it.

Yang’s $1.25 million NIH grant advances work on polymers
Yang’s $1.25 million NIH grant advances work on polymers

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

A bioengineering professor has been awarded a grant to continue his work in creating safe, biodegradable, photoluminescent polymers that can improve cancer therapy.

New sleep apnea device may reduce cost, time required for diagnosis
New sleep apnea device may reduce cost, time required for diagnosis

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Researchers have designed an innovative, ultrasonic sensor system that can accurately detect whether a person suffers from sleep apnea without the inconvenience or cost associated with an overnight stay in a sleep center.

Civil Engineering Student Won Environmental Scholarship
Civil Engineering Student Won Environmental Scholarship

Monday, January 2, 2012

Richa Karanjekar, a UT Arlington doctoral student studying ways to monitor chemical releases from landfills, was one of four people nationwide to win Environmental Research and Education Foundation scholarships for 2011.

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