College of Engineering

 

Couple's Planned Gift Benefits Creative Writing, Engineering

Amanda Kaufmann and her husband, Matthew Kaufmann, increased their estate gift to the university, planning a sizable legacy to both the Creative Writing Program in the Department of English and the College of Engineering. Amanda talks about using life transitions to align with her true self.

Sundt Provides $250K to Construction Engineering Management Program

Sundt Construction, a longtime UArizona partner, is supporting the Construction Engineering Management program with a $250,000 endowment. Sundt has been supportive of the program since it was first established in 2015.

University Mourns Loss of Renowned Mineral Exploration Geologist and Philanthropist J. David Lowell

University of Arizona alumnus and advocate J. David Lowell, considered one of the mining industry's most successful entrepreneurs, leaves a legacy of transformational generosity at his alma mater, where his passing has been met with recollections of his accomplishments and contributions.

Invested in a Sustainable Path

With the help of scholarship support, a biosystems engineering student is pursuing his career path and contributing to a project intended to greatly reduce meat waste.

New Possibilities for Engineering Students

Scholars and donors gather to recognize the accomplishments of engineering students and the generosity of the college’s partners in 2019.

Interdisciplinary UA Researchers Get Tangled Up in Quantum Computing

UA researchers are building a quantum hub known as Inquire, which will be the world's first shared research and training instrument to help researchers in diverse fields benefit from quantum resources.