by Deborah Silliman/College of Engineering Meet Faithful Alabi. This junior electrical engineering major is doing some heavy lifting in the classroom and in the gym. Alabi, who is originally from Nigeria, holds the Raw Teen III American deadlift record. He lifted 677 pounds. He set the record last year at the USA Powerlifting Texas Strength
by Deborah Silliman/College of Engineering Garrett Hall, a junior electrical engineering student at UTSA, loves out of this world stuff. As a community college student in Austin, Texas, Hall became involved in NASA’s Reduced Gravity Education Flight Program, which spurred his interest in aerospace technologies. Hall transferred to UTSA in 2014, and a few weeks ago
CJ Qian, professor and interim department chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, visited Nanjing, China, this winter break and had the chance to catch up with 10 former UTSA visiting students and scholars who now working or studying at universities in China. Shown in the picture are Shihong Ding, Junyong Zhai, Chuanlin
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