The University of Arizona

Festival to Revel in Words, Imagination

UANews | March 9, 2009
It was years in the making. The UA and Arizona Daily Star have partnered to host the Tucson Festival of Books, a two-day event that brings to Tucson authors, publishing companies and enthusiasts from across the nation.

UA Libraries, Regents' Professor Publish E-Journal

UANews | March 6, 2009
The Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections, an electronic peer-reviewed journal, has been created out a collaboration with UA faculty and the UA Libraries.

UA MFA Student Earns Writing Award

UANews | March 4, 2009
UA graduate student Cary Groner earned a first place award in the Glimmer Train Press Fiction Open competition.

UA Faculty, Alumni Earn Art Commission Grants

UANews | March 3, 2009
The Arizona Commission on the Arts Artist Project allows writers to complete current projects.

Arizona State Museum Aids in Nationwide Tour of Ancestral Human Fossil

UANews | March 3, 2009
The 3.2 million-year-old remains of Lucy, the oldest and most complete adult human ancestor discovered in Africa, is the focus of a month-long lecture series.

In Honor of Women

UANews | March 2, 2009
The UA's Women Herstory Month events get kicked off on Tuesday and will include film screenings, panel discussions, workshops and a talent show.