The University of Arizona

First-Year Law Students Head to Summer Jobs Across U.S., Beyond

UANews | May 31, 2013
About 96 percent of this year's first-year law students secured paid or for-credit work study and volunteer positions across Arizona, the United States and even internationally. The UA recognizes the importance of getting law students real-world experience as early as possible.

Marc L. Miller Named Dean of James E. Rogers College of Law

UANews | May 28, 2013
After an extensive national search, Arizona Law professor Marc L. Miller has been appointed dean of the UA James E. Rogers College of Law, effective immediately. Miller has been serving as interim dean since November. Miller is the 12th permanent dean to occupy the position since the law school was founded in 1915.

UA Regents’ Professors Named in College of Science, Eller College of Management

UANews | May 17, 2013
Three UA faculty members have been named Regents' Professors by the Arizona Board of Regents: Neal R. Armstrong in the department of chemistry and biochemistry, Hsinchun Chen in the Eller College of Management, and Xiaohui Fan in the department of astronomy. The title recognizes achievements of national or international distinction.

Eller College to Bring MBA Program Online

UANews | May 15, 2013
The UA Eller College of Management's internationally recognized MBA program will be available online beginning this fall. Applications for the program now are being accepted. With a focus on innovation, application and communication, the Eller MBA experience is designed to give graduates what they need to effectively lead in today's changing global marketplace.

I'm Free, But Are Ufree?

UANews | April 29, 2013
The Ufree mobile application, created by UA student Stephen Ost and his collaborators, represents the next-generation of collaborative scheduling. Set to launch this summer, users will be able to submit their schedules and receive notifications when their friends are free to meet up.

UA Professor’s Trial Testimony Highlights Importance of Public Scholarship

UANews | April 26, 2013
The UA's Elizabeth Oglesby testified recently the trial of former Guatemalan leader General Efráin Ríos Montt, who is charged with genocide and crimes against humanity. To Oglesby, the event is a teachable moment for students, because it reveals some important lessons about the complicated nature of field research and the importance of public scholarship.