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The University of Arizona earned top 10 rankings in management information systems, photography, speech-language pathology and audiology.
The first building, known as The Refinery, will house the University of Arizona Applied Research Corp., Tech Launch Arizona and the UArizona Center for Innovation.
The University of Arizona College of Law and the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program honored Professor James Diamond by naming a new classroom space after him.
The University of Arizona has made its inaugural appearance on Forbes' third annual Best Employers For Diversity list, placing at No. 241 out of 500 businesses with at least 1,000 employees.
The University of Arizona improved its ranking by 14 spots and nearly doubled the value of research awards from five years ago.
An electron could travel the circumference of the Earth in 18 seconds flat. Mohammed Hassan, an assistant professor of physics and optical sciences, wants to be the first to image one.
NASA has awarded funding to research teams working on ways to find water and grow food in space. UArizona researchers are focusing on harvesting water from the lunar surface and microgravity crop production.
UArizona psychologist David Sbarra shares tips for how to take care of your mental health and support children and loved ones in an uncertain time.
The new dashboards simplify access to student data as well as add new features, including key summary metrics, reference guides with definitions, and important breakouts.
Vote for Trellis CRM in the category of Excellence in Student Success for the upcoming Summit Awards, which recognize institutions that are "blazing the trail" in education.
The Garcia Family Foundation Scholarship is a 10-year, $400,000 annual commitment to student excellence at the University of Arizona.
Senior Kendall Johnson was selected as a Schwarzman Scholar and will head to China for a year-long graduate program at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
A dozen enterprising undergraduate students are taking part in an internship program focused on gathering rich, detailed and authentic student feedback and then applying what they learn to solve real-world University challenges. "For me, I liked that the program specifically sought out students with different backgrounds and perspectives," says Vanessa Ojeda, a sophomore majoring in law and Mexican American studies. "It felt like a genuine opportunity to encounter a truly new way of thinking."
The University of Arizona has been named a top producer of Fulbright students by the Institute of Higher Education, ranking No. 14 among U.S. research institutions and setting a university record with 20 awardees.