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Rege lauded for engineering contributions to biomedical research
Kaushal Rege, associate professor of chemical engineering, is gaining national recognition as an emerging leader in research combining photobiology, nanotechnology and molecular engineering. The American Society for Photobiology recently presented him its New Investigator Award. Read more.

New ASU engineering program designed to broaden solar energy expertise
The Fulton Schools of Engineering are offering a new ASU training and education program to increase solar energy expertise throughout the world. The Solar Energy Engineering & Commercialization certificate program is geared for professionals in the solar energy industry. Read more.

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ASU participates in EcoCar 3 project (azcentral.com)
The Arizona Republic’s website featured ASU’s student ECOCar 3 team. The automotive engineering students are involved in a four-year competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and General Motors Co. to make a Chevrolet Camaro more energy efficient, and to run on alternative fuels. Read more.

Student aims for the stars in research, athletics (ASU News video)
As a student in ASU’s Barrett, The Honors College, Linda Kuenzi capped off her undergraduate years as the Outstanding Graduate in Aerospace Engineering in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, and also won the Outstanding Honors Thesis award from the School for the Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy. On top of that she excelled in research in a School of Earth and Space Exploration laboratory. All the while Kuenzi was a stalwart competitor on ASU’s track and field team. Watch the video.

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