Monarch Power aims to change the solar dynamic with mobile products (Phoenix Business Journal)
Joseph Hui, professor, School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, wants to make solar power cheap and mobile, even if he has to mount his device to an electric vehicle to get his point across.

Experts: Arizona’s solar growth could slow in coming year (Cronkite News)
Stephen Goodnick, professor of electrical engineering at Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering, said Arizonans wishing to install solar power have benefited from oversupply as companies rushed into the market. But he said the recent collapse into bankruptcy of Suntech Power, a Chinese firm, is a symptom of the industry shaking out due to competition.

Freshman records 9th no-hitter in school history (ASU News)
Mechanical engineering freshman Ryan Kellogg pitched a no-hitter against Oregon State on March 23.

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