07/06/17: UA Trains Visually Impaired Youth for STEM

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July 06, 2017

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UA Trains Visually Impaired Youth for STEM

The National Science Foundation has awarded more than $1 million to researchers Sunggye Hong and Stephen Kortenkamp, who are designing accessible educational tools and launching a Mars-related project to encourage students with visual impairments to pursue careers in STEM.

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Monarch Butterflies Need Help From Plant Population

A new UA study highlights some of the options to restore the iconic butterfly, whose numbers have plummeted due to herbicide use and loss of habitat to intensive agriculture.

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UA Pioneers More Effective Control for Border Patrol

College of Engineering researchers are designing an autonomous border-surveillance system that can collect, assess and act on data in real time — and deploy drones on its own.

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Teaching and Students

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UA Startup Targets Improved Student Information Systems

Five years ago, a multi-unit team set out to solve a specific problem: The UA student information system did not integrate with the D2L learning management system.

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