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UA Tech Park Has Significant Impact on Region

UANews | January 27, 2012
In 2009, the UA Tech Park and its resident companies had an economic impact of $2.67 billion in Pima County. This included $1.81 billion in direct economic impacts such as wages paid and supplies and services purchased and $861 million in indirect and induced dollar impacts, finds a new study.

UA Law Affiliates Launch Multi-State Rescue Network

UANews | January 25, 2012
A team born out of the UA's College of Law founded Tough Love Pit Bull Rescue, an organization working to save dogs in line to be euthanized in Arizona, California, Nevada and Washington.

Ceremony Dedicates Arizona Center for Innovation

UANews | January 18, 2012
The Arizona Center for Innovation, a technology business incubator located at the UA Tech Park in Tucson, dedicated its new facilities on Jan. 18. More than 150 community and University leaders attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony, including Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer.

Law Journal Hosting Symposium on Political Discourse

UANews | January 11, 2012
The Arizona Law Review will host a Jan. 14 symposium during which legal experts from across the nation will discuss political discourse and civility. The event, hosted by the UA student-run Review, is free and open to the public.

UA Architecture Grads Basis of Local Firm

UANews | January 5, 2012
Line and Space, a Tucson practice started more than 30 years ago, has a portfolio that runs from the UA campus to China. The firm's principals – all UA architecture grads – recently were honored by the Arizona Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

UA Eller Offering INSITE into Data Deluge of Social Media

UANews | December 21, 2011
Each day, billions of photos and text are generated through a variety of social media sources such as Facebook, Twitter and blogs. To help companies analyze, forecast and make real-time decisions from this data, Sudha Ram, a UA management and information systems professor,  has created a new business intelligence center called, INSITE.