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M.E. named NCAA Woman of the Year

The University of Arizona’s Justine Schluntz, a Rhodes Scholar and member of ASME, was named the 20th NCAA Woman of the Year Sunday evening at the annual event ceremony at the Indiana Convention Center, in Indianapolis.

Schluntz earned her Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering at UA and is now studying fluid dynamics as a grad student. At Oxford, she is researching the viability of harnessing tidal energy from the oceans to use as a renewable resource.


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