The University of Arizona

Judith Heumann, Disability Rights Leader, to Speak at UA

UANews | March 25, 2014
Judith Heumann, an internationally recognized disability rights leader, will present a talk this week at the UA on the global climate around disability rights. Heumann will highlight challenges and opportunities around the world and offer perspectives on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

UA Encourages Wildcat Fans to Celebrate Safely and Bear Down With Pride

UANews | March 24, 2014
An awareness campaign launched by the UA and TPD encourages smart, safe and fun celebrations during the NCAA tournament.

University of Arizona Eller MBA Programs Move to Downtown Phoenix Biomedical Campus

UANews | March 19, 2014
The University of Arizona Eller College of Management is moving from its satellite location in north Scottsdale to downtown Phoenix. The new location will soon be home to Eller's part-time MBA programs for working professionals.

White House Honors Founder of UA’s Sky School Project

UANews | March 17, 2014
A passion for science, nature and education led the UA's Benjamin Blonder to create Sky School, a project that has won him presidential recognition as a White House Champion of Change. Blonder founded Sky School in 2012 to give lower-income children the chance to step outside their urban settings and learn about nature alongside experts.

UA Proposes Inflationary Increase in Tuition for Arizona Students, Guaranteed Tuition Plan

UANews | March 14, 2014
In its annual tuition and fees proposal to the Arizona Board of Regents, the UA has recommended a 2 percent increase for all resident students and a 5 percent increase for all nonresident students. The University also has proposed a guaranteed tuition rate plan for all incoming undergraduate students.

Debunking Hollywood Myths About Forensic Science

UANews | March 13, 2014
Think your crime-solving skills are sharp after binge-watching all those episodes of "CSI"? Think again, says forensic anthropologist Alexis Gray. Gray, who has done consulting for the Fox series "Bones," will give a talk on campus about how forensic science in real life differs from what we see on TV.

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