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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.

Financial Fitness Fair to Challenge Local Students

UANews | April 19, 2012
The UA's Credit-Wise Cats coached teams from 14 local schools on financial literacy and ability to manage money. They will compete in an event on April 21 that is part of a community Financial Fitness Fair, which is free and open to the public.

Law School Signs Agreement With University in India

UANews | April 17, 2012
The UA James E. Rogers College of Law, under a new agreement with the O.P. Jindal Global University in India, is launching a new dual law degree program. Under the agreement, students in India will be able to earn two degrees two years earlier than it would normally take to earn them separately.

UA Law Student Tapped for Professional Ethics Fellowship

UANews | April 10, 2012
UA JD/MBA student Raphael Avraham was selected to participate in a fellowship designed to teach students about inequities and abuses of the past as they confront ethical challenges of their profession.

Professor, Author to Deliver Annual Legal Lecture

UANews | April 2, 2012
Carol Sanger, a nationally recognized expert on reproductive rights, will present the annual Isaac Marks Memorial Lecture at the UA James E. College of Law on April 5.

Conference to Explore 'Love Affair' Between Retailers, Customers

UANews | March 27, 2012
Industry leaders and innovators will share their formulas for success at the UA's 16th annual Global Retailing Conference April 12-13. Macy's CEO and UA grad Terry Lundgren is scheduled to deliver the opening remarks.

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