The University of Arizona

Economics Professor Weighs Options for Climate Management

UANews | December 2, 2011
Combining policies aimed at removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere with those aimed at reducing emissions could decrease CO2 concentrations faster than natural processes alone, finds a new study by UA assistant professor of economics Derek Lemoine.

Law School Offering Supreme Court Class

UANews | December 2, 2011
The UA James E. Rogers College of Law has structured a new course for undergraduates, offering an introduction to the institutional structure of the American legal system. Focusing on landmark U.S. Supreme Court cases, the course features a series of 13 talks with legal scholars.

UA Alumni, Students Build Eller Business Success Stories

UANews | November 29, 2011
A new Southern fusion gastropub, an electric bicycle venture and an online marketplace for college class notes are a few of the local and national venture successes to come out of the UA Eller College of Management.

New Center to Advance Movement of Ideas to Market

UANews | November 28, 2011
UA President Eugene G. Sander charged administrators with creating TLA-Tech Launch Arizona, a new technology commercialization center designed to consolidate efforts around moving knowledge and inventions to market.

UA NativeNet Develops Journalist’s Guide on Tribal Issues

UANews | November 23, 2011
NativeNet's journalist toolkit serves as an introduction for anyone wishing to gain more understanding on tribal governance and law. It provides a list of UA experts and other relevant information that aids in clarifying misconceptions on American Indian tribes.  

UA Law Program Advances Land Rights Case

UANews | November 15, 2011
UA Professor Robert A. Williams Jr. and two law students, Akilah Kinnison and Mercedes Garcia, presented a case before a council in support of indigenous land rights in Canada.