The University of Arizona

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.

100% Student Engagement Series: UA Journalism Program Led to Newspaper Gig

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 third in a five-part UANews series detailing industry-related experiences UA students have completed.

100% Student Engagement Series: Interning in TV in D.C.

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 second in a five-part UANews series detailing industry-related experiences UA students have completed.

Meteorite That Doomed Dinosaurs Remade Forests

UANews | September 16, 2014
The impact decimated slow-growing evergreens and made way for fast-growing, deciduous plants, UA researchers say, and that provides an explanation for those fall colors.

UA Student Leaders, Arizona Public Media to Co-Host Gubernatorial Forum

UANews | September 17, 2014
ASUA and Arizona Public Media are co-hosting a Sept. 21 public forum with candidates in Arizona's November gubernatorial election.

When Job Loss Equals Weight Gain

UANews | September 16, 2014
Why do jobless people tend to have a higher body mass index than those who are employed? An assistant professor of psychiatry in the UA College of Medicine will look at how post-job-loss changes in sleep and social rhythm – a person's daily routine – might affect weight.

'My Students Taught Me': Fulbright Scholar Back From Pakistan

UANews | September 16, 2014
A UA professor of Russian and Slavic studies recently returned from teaching in Islamabad for five months and says her work in Pakistan isn't finished.

'What I Wish I Had Known as a Freshman'

Reflecting on their time as undergraduate students, three University of Arizona Regents' Professors say that collaborative work is underrated, humanities and history courses are indeed valuable, and mistakes can be a great teacher.

Don’t Underestimate Your Mind’s Eye

UANews | September 8, 2014
A UA study finds that objects in our visual environment needn’t be seen in order to impact decision making. The research suggests that subconscious processing actually widens a person's field of vision.

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