The University of Arizona

Redesigned Cooling System Wins National Honor

UANews | May 26, 2010
The UA's chilled water system, how campus stays cool in the summer, has undergone a complete overhaul, done largely out of sight for more than a decade. The new high-tech equipment is more reliable and saves energy, water and operating costs.

Custodial Team Wins Law School Praise

UANews | May 19, 2010
Members of the four-woman custodial team that works to keep the College of Law clean were named Staff Members of the Year by the Student Bar Association.

UA Nuclear Reactor Shuts Down

UANews | May 19, 2010
For the last decade, the
reactor has performed neutron experiments for research facilities on campus and throughout the nation.

National Group Honors Three UA Academic Advisers

UANews | May 19, 2010
It's a "significant honor" that national awards were given to all three of the advisers nominated by the UA.

Employee Q&A: Welder Larry Acedo

UANews | May 19, 2010
Larry Acedo manages the UA's Machine and Welding Center, part of the University Research Instrumentation Center, which produces parts used in scientific research.

Underwood Garden Wins National Design Honors

UANews | May 18, 2010
The unique plaza and laboratory at the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture sets new standards for water conservation and use in the Sonoran Desert.