The University of Arizona

UA Representatives Win Awards For Work Within Hispanic Community

UANews | December 3, 2007
Three people with UA ties will be presented with the Organization Community Service Award, the Woman of the Year Award and The Lucero "Rising Star" Award.

At 99, Mining Alum Remembers the UA in the 1920s

UANews | November 30, 2007
Robert Lenon may be the UA College of Engineering’s oldest living graduate. He recently wrote two books about his life in Arizona’s first century of statehood.

UA Journalism Department Reopens Graduate Degree Program

UANews | November 30, 2007
Previous master's graduates have gone on to leadership roles in print and television, and influenced media policy.

CSW Names 2007 Vision Award Winners

UANews | November 29, 2007
Beth Mitchneck and Nancy Daru Yaeli have been recognized with the awards for their work in supporting diverse and inclusive environments.

UA to Celebrate 2007 Winter Commencement Dec. 15

UANews | November 29, 2007
Jennie Finch Daigle, a former Wildcat and gold medal Olympic softball pitcher who led the UA to the 2001 NCAA Women’s softball World Series title will be keynote speaker at the UA's 137 commencement celebration.

Gutierrez Named Portrait of Excellence Award Winner

UANews | November 29, 2007
Gutierrez will receive the award at the UA Hispanic Alumni Club's 23rd annual Hispanic Alumni Scholarship Dinner and Dance.

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