The University of Arizona

Undergraduate Research Program Turns 20

UANews | January 7, 2009
The Undergraduate Biology Research Program began at a time when there was not a coordinated effort to involve undergraduates in scientific research. Now, 20 years later, the effort is a mainstay at the UA.

Galileo Stereotype is Only Part of the Truth, Astronomy Scholar Says

UANews | January 6, 2009
The church persecuted Galileo, but religious leaders at the same time were excited by the new astronomy, Richard Poss suggests.

18th Century German Naturalist, Illustrator Subject of Annual Lecture

UANews | January 5, 2009
Stanford historian Londa Schiebinger will offer insights into the pioneering scientific work of Maria Sibylla Merian, one of the few women scientists of the late 17th and early 18th centuries.

Four UA Colleges to Form New Partnership

UANews | December 18, 2008
Colleges of Letters and Science will energize interdisciplinary partnership and cut millions in operational costs. 

College Awards First Winner of Sevigny First Generation Scholarship

UANews | December 12, 2008
Victor Lipscomb is the first University of Arizona student to receive the new Sevigny First Generation Scholarship.