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UA Dance: More Than a Few Good Men

UANews | December 1, 2014
Hear from male students Max Foster and Andrew DiGerolamo, who have built their skills and found camaraderie in the University's highly regarded dance program.

National Book Award Finalist in Poetry Published by UA Professor

UANews | October 28, 2014
UA's Joshua Matthew Wilson run a small press that published Fred Moten's "The Feel Trio," which has been shortlisted for the National Book Award in Poetry, one of the top honors in the field.

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.

'My Students Taught Me': Fulbright Scholar Back From Pakistan

UANews | September 16, 2014
A UA professor of Russian and Slavic studies recently returned from teaching in Islamabad for five months and says her work in Pakistan isn't finished.