The University of Arizona

UA’s EarthWeek 2014 Kicks off Tuesday With Student Research

UANews | April 7, 2014
The UA’s EarthWeek 2014, to run from April 8-11, will feature student research and guest speaker Marcia McNutt, editor of the journal Science.

UA Conference to Focus on Closing Water Supply Gap in Arizona

UANews | April 4, 2014
By the year 2060, the demand for water in Arizona may exceed renewable supplies by a significant margin. The UA Water Resources Research Center – a unit within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences – will tackle this issue before a near-capacity crowd at its annual conference, "Closing the Gap Between Water Supply and Demand," happening Tuesday at the UA Student Union Memorial Center.

Two UA Professors Appointed Regents' Professors

UANews | April 3, 2014
UA professors Mary C. Stiner and Jonathan T. Overpeck have been appointed as Regents' Professors, an honor reserved for faculty members whose exceptional achievements merit national and international distinction.

UA’s Guaranteed Tuition Plan Freezes Rates for Undergrads

UANews | April 3, 2014
UA officials worked with undergraduate and graduate students to create the Guaranteed Tuition Plan – part of the University’s annual tuition and fees proposal – which goes into effect for all incoming freshmen and transfer students entering in the fall. More information about the UA's tuition recommendations is available online.

UA to Kick Off the Largest Campaign in its History on April 11

UANews | April 2, 2014
In a comprehensive fundraising campaign being launched next week, the UA will aim to raise more than $1 billion to support the ambitious goals outlined in the University's Never Settle strategic plan.

UA Pest Control Experts to Create Nationwide Guidelines for Schools

UANews | April 2, 2014
The Environmental Protection Agency has given the UA’s School IPM program $250,000 to create training materials that can be used in schools nationwide to safely and effectively eliminate insects, rodents and weeds.

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