Here are members of UA's first class of baccalaureate graduates in corrosion engineering. In the front row, from left, are Dr. George K. Haritos, dean of the College of Engineering, Jacob Sines, David Waligorski, David Keith Dahlstein, Kyle Platt, Stephen
Nation's first baccalaureate students in corrosion engineering graduate from UA
2015 May 6It's estimated that the corrosion of our aging infrastructure is a $400 billion per year national problem. These students will bridge the work of corrosion scientists who research and develop technology with corrosion technicians who apply that technology in the field.