The University of Arizona

Student-Led Outreach Program Heading to Nationals

UANews | May 21, 2012
The UA chapter of Students In Free Enterprise, a club that helps students develop entrepreneurial skills to empower those in need, won the organization's regional competition and now is competing in the nationals by showcasing programs it developed for communities in Tucson and beyond.

Marketing Class Creates Campaign for Honda

UANews | May 16, 2012
UA marketing students created a campaign for Honda as part of a nationwide competition. They recently presented their work to Honda and advertising officials and now are awaiting word on their place in the competition.

UA Studies Social Dynamics in Post-Katrina New Orleans

UANews | May 7, 2012
UA researchers who studied Mardi Gras in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina found that collective gift giving played an important role in rebuilding the social and cultural fabric of the community. The study originated in the Eller College of Management.

United Nations Conference Being Held at UA

UANews | April 25, 2012
The UA James E. Rogers College of Law and United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights are hosting a two-day conference on the rights of indigenous peoples. 

White House Forum Recognizes Arizona Law, SALA

UANews | April 20, 2012
After the housing bubble burst, the UA's James E. Rogers College of Law launched The Mortgage Clinic through a collaboration with Southern Arizona Legal Aid. For their work, the UA law school and nonprofit organization were recognized this week during a White House forum.

UA Alumna an International Business Competition Finalist

UANews | April 19, 2012
Eager to learn from international intellectual property experts, UA alumna Xenia Kachur is on her way to Boston for the finals of the Licensing Executive Society Foundation Graduate Student Business Plan Competition. She founded her Tucson-based biomedical company, Kulira Technologies, while a student at the UA.

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