The University of Arizona

UA Class of 2014: Workforce-Ready

UANews | May 19, 2014
With the graduation of the Class of 2014, thousands of new alums are heading into the workforce armed with the education and experience they need to start their careers.

Arizona Now Campaign Co-Chairs Prove Opposites Really Do Attract

UANews | May 16, 2014
She's a local philanthropist known for her ongoing support of academic and research initiatives. He's a CEO from Phoenix who describes himself as an avid sports fan and athletics supporter. What Sarah Smallhouse and Jeff Stevens have in common is a passion for advancing UA initiatives.

Governor Names UA's 4-H as 2014 Volunteer Service Award Recipient

UANews | May 15, 2014
Arizona’s 4-H wouldn’t be what it is without its volunteers. With more than 9,000 students participating, the volunteers are what keep the program excelling year after year. To recognize that effort, 4-H, run by the UA’s Cooperative Extension, was recently awarded a Governor’s Volunteer Service Award.

Leaders in Arts, Business and Public Service to Receive Honorary Degrees

UANews | May 14, 2014
At this year's commencement celebration, six honorary degrees and an Alumni Achievement Award will be presented in recognition of the recipients' accomplishments in the arts, humanities, business and public service.

UA Tunnels Get Carbon Fiber Makeover

UANews | May 14, 2014
A technology developed by a former UA engineering professor to make buildings resistant against earthquakes and bomb blasts allows construction crews to repair the University's underground lifelines without digging trenches and disrupting activity on campus.

UA Celebrates 100 Years of Community Partnership Through Cooperative Extension

UANews | May 12, 2014
Arizona Cooperative Extension's century of service was celebrated during an event that included a special message sent by the governor. Last year, the program engaged about 20,000 volunteers and nearly 200,000 youth across Arizona.