June 23, 2017

Technology College

University of Advancing Technology Hosts STEM Workshops in Partnership with New Girl Scout Summer Camp

University of Advancing Technology Hosts STEM Workshops in Partnership with New Girl Scout Summer Camp

UAT Professors Present Technology Topics to Local Girl Scout Camp UAT is doing its part to encourage more females to explore a future in technology. Last week on June 7, UAT kicked off hosting a series of technology-themed workshops for residents of the newly opened Girl Scout camp, the Bob and Renee Parsons Leadership Center for Girls and Women at Camp South Mountain, which opened last April. The Campaign for Girls in Arizona is an effort by Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council to achieve better outcomes for Arizona’s girls. The Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC) offers camps for girls in…

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Congrats Spring SIP Fair Winners

Student Innovation Fair winners - All in Vein

The UAT Student Innovation Project (SIP) Fair was held April 20, showcasing over 20 innovative projects by many graduating students. This semester, the program was enhanced a bit to provide a unique experience for all UAT students and employees. The presentations were broken into five segments allowing each group time to play the project overview video, present the project and answer questions in the theater followed up by demos and further Q&A’s from judges, staff, professors and fellow students in the commons area. This year’s winners are as follows: Viewer’s Choice Award: “All in Vein” by Audrey McEvoy, Game Art…

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Student Innovation Project Fair – Fall 2016

Student Innovation Project Fair at UAT

The Student Innovation Project Fair (SIP) gave senior-level students a chance to present an innovative project to fellow classmates, faculty and staff. The SIP component is a requirement upon all students before graduation. The SIP is a reflection of the UAT Experience – developing ideas, prototyping the ideas into viable projects, and building the projects. This exercise also serves as a tangible project to showcase for future job opportunities. Under the guidance of Professor Natasha Vita-More, this fall semester students presented over 20 amazingly creative projects at the SIP Fair on Dec. 15. Please see the list and descriptions of innovations below. Student…

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UAT Offers Hot New Courses Like Virtual Reality and The Walking Dead Analysis

Gothic Literature Class

Did you know that UAT offers a class on the hit zombie apocalypse drama The Walking Dead? Why yes, we do! You can also learn how to bring Virtual Reality products to market right as the industry is blowing up with new opportunities. No matter what you’re interested in, UAT has an epic selection of classes that lovers of technology like yourself can get excited about! Each semester UAT offers a variety of special topics courses in humanities (HUM388), science (SCI388), social sciences (SS388), and technology (SPT323). Classes are filling up for the Spring 2017 semester. Students can get immersed in technology in so…

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New FAFSA Rules: What You Need To Know


Be in the know! The new FAFSA kickoff date is October 1, 2016, instead of the usual date of January 1. If you plan to attend college between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018, complete the 2017–18 FAFSA as soon as possible after October 1. Why? Because some states and schools run out of financial aid early and some types of financial aid are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Completing the FAFSA early will hold your place in line. Is there a reason for the date change? Yes. In past years, the new FAFSA was available on January 1, asking for…

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Innovative Challenge Issued by Provost at UAT Connect

UAT Connect Innovation Challenge 3d Printed Trophy

Last week, UAT welcomed a new class of enthusiastic technology students to the Tempe campus. Before the fall semester begins, students move into the resident dormitory UAT Founder’s Hall and participate in Connect Orientation to get to know the campus and other students. This year, Provost Dr. Dave Bolman presented each team of students with a challenge. The challenge was to create an innovative project that would be judged by him and the program champions by Wednesday of the first week of class. The criteria was to impress the judges with the design, be complete, overcome obstacles and work as…

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Top 10 Things Students Forget To Bring To College

what to bring to college

Fall is a great time of year. It means back to school for so many eager STEAM students! At UAT, faculty, staff, students and residents in the dorms are ready to welcome new students to campus and kick off a technology-filled fall semester. It’s common for first time students to be nervous or unsure of what to expect. That’s understandable, but when you get here you’ll forget you ever had a concern! We’re here to guide you on your journey at college as you make new friends, use the newest technology, create and design innovative projects, learn a variety of topics and find…

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Congrats to SIP Fair Winners – Summer 2016

Summer Student Innovation Projects

The Student Innovation Project, or SIP Fair this semester was an incredible showcase proving just what our talented students can do. They are amazing and this SIP Fair did not disappoint. Under the guidance of Professor Natasha Vita-More, the summer semester SIP Fair has commenced on a very high note. Congratulations to all of our senior level students who completed and presented their SIP on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016 in front of faculty, staff and a few parents. The following students received awards at the Summer 2016 SIP Fair: “Best in Show” — Loyalty Lies with the Dead: created by Brett Chapman, (Digital Video)…

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Volunteer Coordinators Needed for Austin Game Conference

Austin Game Conference- volunteers needed

Hey UAT students… The Austin Game Conference wants you! Submit your application to become a Volunteer Coordinator at the Austin Game Conference, but don’t wait, there are a limited number of positions available. Volunteers gain full access to AGC when they are not working. The Volunteer Coordinator will work with volunteers to insure a percentage of their time is left open to attend portions of the conference. Job requirements: hard-working, knowledgeable, enthusiastic people who are interested in serving as members of the support team Consider what skills and interests you have that would make you a valuable volunteer. Apply here…

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DEFCON Hacking Conference

DEF CON is one of the oldest and largest continuously running hacker conventions, which seems to continue growing each year. UAT will make its usual rounds at DEF CON to connect with alumni as well as many like minded technology-driven individuals. Originally started in 1993 by The Dark Tangent, DEF CON is a unique experience for each con-goer. All events at DEF CON were conceived by the attendees. Some people play capture the flag the entire time, while many people never touch a computer at DEF CON. Some people see every speech they can, while others miss all the talks….

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