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The Story of Old Main's Original Architect

When Becky Baumert learned about the project to restore Old Main, she reached out to Corky Poster, the architect. She had a story to tell him about another architect: her great-grandfather, who designed the original building more than a century ago. 

April 2014: Month in Review

From the launch of a major capital campaign to a globally important liver disease discovery, here are some of the top news stories from the UA during the month of April.

UA’s Arizona Now Campaign Aims to Raise $1.5 Billion

Women's History Month: A Tribute to Key Administrators

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UA School of Music to Present 41st Annual President's Concert

An audience favorite, the 41st annual President's Concert – the second for UA President Ann Weaver Hart – will be held Sunday.

UA President Hart Named Among Most Influential Women in Arizona Business

President Hart Works to Move UA Forward, Needs Your Support

Previous presidents of the UA have made enormous contributions and shown unwavering dedication, and we’re building on a foundation of strong leadership since 1885.

Ann Weaver Hart Honored

UA President Ann Weaver Hart was inducted as the newest member of the Women's Plaza of Honor during a surprise unveiling held Nov. 19.

WOSAC to Honor Dr. Hart

The Women's Studies Advisory Council will be honoring UA President Ann Weaver Hart at The Women's Plaza of Honor on Nov. 19.

There's More to the UA than You May Know

The UA has a strong reputation in the U.S. and, indeed, internationally, thanks to the work of its students, faculty, staff, alumni and supporters.

Maybe you are familiar with the Phoenix Mars Mission, but what about the work of UA researchers helping to decode fruits and vegetables like the tomato and banana to help improve crops around the world.

A New UA Tradition: The Commemorative Presidential Poster

When Special Collections held a 2006 exhibition on UA presidents, retired librarian Bonnie Travers designed a presidential poster.

Carla J. Stoffle, dean of University Libraries and the Center for Creative Photography, then decided to continue the tradition of producing the commemorative posters.