The University of Arizona

Colleges' Share of Tuition to be Tied to Enrollment, Teaching in Budget Redesign

UANews | May 26, 2010
The University of Arizona is undergoing a budget redesign that will apportion tuition dollars to the colleges with the most students and teaching activities.

Campus Invited to Review Lactation Resources in Light of Health Care Reform

UANews | May 26, 2010
UA employees are invited to review lactation resources offered by Life & Work Connections, in light of the new national health care bill, which includes a section that calls for employers to provide time and space to accommodate nursing mothers.

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.