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UA Law Program to Aid Homeowners

UANews | April 4, 2011
UA students, supervised by experienced attorneys, will help homeowners secure home loan modifications under the new Mortgage Clinic at the UA. The James E. Rogers College of Law program will be supported for three years under a grant from the Office of the Arizona Attorney General.

UA Students Off to Final Four in Houston - as Interns

UANews | March 31, 2011
Six students from the Eller College's Sports Marketing Association will spend the weekend working with the National Association of Basketball Coaches. The event gives the students a unique opportunity to network with people in the sports industry.

Innovation Day to Showcase UA Research

UANews | March 23, 2011
The UA will host its eighth annual Innovation Day on Tuesday, March 29. The event celebrates the UA's success in technology development and innovation by highlighting the research achievements of students and staff and faculty members.

Study: Anti-Gun Control Efforts Undercut Federal Oversight

UANews | March 16, 2011
UA faculty member Barak Orbach and two graduate students, Kathleen Callahan and Lisa Lindemenn, investigated gun-control efforts, finding that "private lawmakers" sometimes serve to weaken federal laws.

Students Win Prestigious Fashion, Retail Competition

UANews | March 14, 2011
Five students in the UA's Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences have been named 2011 Scholars of the Fashion Scholarship Fund, one of the largest and most influential grant organizations in the fashion and apparel industry.

UA Students to Model High-Speed Tucson-Phoenix Solar Train

UANews | March 11, 2011
A team of UA graduate students will climb aboard a solar-powered bullet train between Tucson and Phoenix this spring – metaphorically, that is. The group is analyzing the conditions under which very high-speed solar-powered rail between the two cities would make economic sense.