The University of Arizona

UA Professor Presents Developing Fraud Detection Technology to U.S. Congressional Committee

UANews | July 29, 2015
Joe Valacich, a UA Eller College of Management professor, presented his developing technology for identifying suspicious behaviors to a Congressional Committee on Homeland Security.

2 Law Students Named Tillman Scholars

UANews | June 9, 2015
Angela Menard and Joshua Sparling are the newest Tillman Scholars, and now 20 UA students have received grants under the program named for the late Pat Tillman.

Increased Trade With Mexico Called Vital to State

UANews | June 8, 2015
UA economist George Hammond says that although growth has been slow, the importance of the southern neighbor to Arizona's economy is undeniable.

Giffords, Kelly to Speak at Law School Graduation

UANews | May 13, 2015
The college will confer 183 degrees in its centennial commencement and also will recognize the first four students to receive the nation's only Bachelor in Law degree.

Goodbye 'Mad Men,' Hello Grief

UANews | May 12, 2015
When a popular TV series ends, fans are left wondering "what happens next" for characters they’ve come to know — and some miss those characters as if they had been real social connections.

UA Program Secures Land-Rights Win in Belize

UANews | May 1, 2015
Caribbean court affirms the existence of Maya customary land tenure in a long-awaited victory for indigenous peoples’ rights to lands and resources.