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Former UA Students Invent Robot, Start Own Company

UANews | June 8, 2012
Peter Seid and Phu Nguyen invented smartphone-controlled robots that can learn from their environment and interact with people. Their company, Romotive, is based in Las Vegas.

UA Academy Trains Future Engineers

UANews | June 7, 2012
High school students from Arizona and beyond are learning the principles of engineering and its career potential from UA College of Engineering faculty members and students during the Summer Engineering Academy, which runs through June 22.

Two UA Students Selected as Tillman Military Scholars

UANews | June 6, 2012
The UA and the Pat Tillman Foundation have announced future doctors Brycen Bodell and Kent Martin as the newest Tillman Military Scholars. The foundation bridges the financial gap for service members who are pursing higher education.

When Youth and the Courts Convene

UANews | June 6, 2012
High school students participating in the UA summer Law Camp this week are gaining an improved understanding of the field and the role the law plays in our everyday lives. The camp is designed to inform students about the importance of advocating on behalf of child victims who are called to testify in court.

The New Wildcats Are Here

UANews | June 5, 2012
This summer, thousands of new UA students will be visiting campus along with their families for orientation, which has been revised. The now one-day format focuses more heavily on connecting students and families not only with UA information and resources, but also one another.

UA-Educated Teachers Get High Marks, Again

UANews | May 30, 2012
For a second consecutive year, results from an Arizona Department of Education survey indicate new UA-educated teachers most often meet or exceed expectations of their principals. The announcement comes as the UA is expanding teacher training programs and other efforts to better prepare educators.