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Got a Second? Slow Down and Put Mind Over Madness

UANews | January 28, 2015
There is evidence that contemplative practices provide important mental, emotional and physical benefits, and UA students and employees are getting on board.

'Speed Networking' Leads to UA Interdisciplinary Projects

UANews | January 26, 2015
Two new efforts, each emphasizing community engagement and sustainability, have been launched as the result of an unusual collaborative event.

UA Responds to Interest in Hebrew With New Course

UANews | January 22, 2015
Structured as a small seminar, unique course offers students the opportunity to examine Israeli culture and its portrayal in the media.

Verse Becomes a Hands-On Venture at UA Poetry Center

UANews | October 23, 2014
It's a unique place where a communal spirit reigns, emphasizing outreach and encouraging language play. That's poetry "made by all," Renee Angle says.

Art Professor Creates New World of Awareness

UANews | October 22, 2014
Ellen McMahon grew up in a home where science and art often collided — and is both an artist and a biologist. Now she wants her UA students to be environmentally sensitive and to see the difference their work can make.

Alison Deming Celebrates 'the Long Story of Human Life'

UANews | October 13, 2014
With Humanities Week in the spotlight, the UA professor has published a collection of essays exploring the bond between people and planet.

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