“When I was 32, my husband and in-laws convinced me to go back to school. They saw something in me that I didn’t see in myself…I guess you could say my time here has not only provided me with the necessary tools to find my voice. But more importantly, it’s helped me become the person I’ve always wanted to be.”
As the U rises in stature as a model public university, its dedication to serving the state is unwavering.
U researchers find a mineral discovered in Russia in the 1830s holds a key to the next step in ultra-high-speed communications and computing.
Applications for an eight-week summer paid internship for students majoring in communication, or related academic programs, are being accepted by the Department of Metallurgical Engineering.
Made a fascinating discovery? Planning an interesting event? Earned some serious kudos for your work? The U’s communications office can help spread the word.