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Using the Force: UA Police Officer Completes NASA Project

UANews | September 26, 2014
Andrew Lincowski has designs on a career as a scientist, and his current and future colleagues say he has the right stuff.

What's Your State's Most Unusual Food Topic?

People magazine | September 22, 2014
The authors of a UA study were able to figure out some fun factoids about eating across the country.

Live Bugs Tell of a Bug's Life at Insect Festival

UANews | September 24, 2014
They're creepy, crawly ... and awesome! Come inside a hands-on event as UA students explain the world of arthropods.

Universal Themes Are Focus of UA Humanities Week

UANews | October 9, 2014
Geishas and Harajuku girls, cosmopolitan women during the German Weimar Republic and modern women of Berlin are among the topics faculty will discuss during Humanities Week.

Bad Behavior: Personal Choice or Unintended Outcome?

What is the source of bad behavior? I believe the answer lies in the dialogue created at places such as the University of Arizona's Center for Leadership Ethics at the Eller College of Management.

Sold on Synergy: Student Inventors, Entrepreneurs Get Launched

UANews | September 30, 2014
Turning ideas into business is the business of Tech Launch Arizona and its programs and workshops for students.

PBS Features Inspirational UA Student

UANews | September 29, 2014
The story of Samir Madden, a quadruple amputee who serves as a mentor, has received national attention.

100% Student Engagement Series: Boeing Internship Provides Inside View of Management

The University of Arizona is committed to ensuring that every student integrates and applies learning via internships, jobs, research and other opportunities relevant to the real world. This is the last in a five-part UANews series detailing industry-related experiences UA students have completed.

100% Student Engagement Series: UA Student Lands Macy's Internship

The University of Arizona is committed to ensuring that every student integrates and applies learning via internships, jobs, research and other opportunities relevant to the real world. This is the fourth in a five-part UANews series detailing industry-related experiences UA students have completed.

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