Honors College students in the news
Nicholas D’Angelo learns how engineers can influence public policy
The corrosion engineering major was among the 12 students chosen to participate in the Washington Internships for Students of Engineering program over the summer.
Zips Racing Team performs well north of the border
The 30 members of UA’s Formula Racing Team built their car during the 2015-16 academic year.
Food, income and shelter — all from foam ‘bricks’
UA’s Hult Prize team has created a product that can grow food, provide shelter and improve economic stability throughout the world.
Rhythm & Roos sing way into next round of national competition
The group placed second in the Varsity Vocals International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella quarterfinals on Feb. 20.
Building a better space suit — NASA selects proposal by UA students
The students developed a uniform testing method and apparatus to assess the damage that can occur to space suit materials in a variety of planetary environments.
Music, travel, volunteer work: Future M.D.’s full ‘Akron Experience’
Isabella Bartholomew has spent her time at UA learning, growing and giving back. Next stop? Medical school.