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ARS Tribute to Honor Late UA Alumnus

Jeffry Jahn (Photo: Chris Richards)

For decades, University of Arizona alumnus Jeffry Jahn's energy and passion for choral arts inspired his singers and audiences alike.

Nobel Lesson: Investment Fosters Global Achievement

I learned how to be a neuroscientist from many people, including my post-doctorate mentor John O'Keefe, a professor at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and the Department of Anatomy at University College London.

Curious About the Mediterranean Diet? Here's the Lowdown

The Mediterranean diet is not merely about eating well, but about healthy living.

Photo Essay: Our Edible Campus

Many of the nearly 8,000 trees on the UA campus produce edible fruit. Linking Edible Arizona Forests on the UA Campus, or UA LEAF, is a grassroots organization dedicated to making this food available to the community. 

All the Way to Africa

A distant capital may host the world's next think tank. It's kind of a surprise because it's in Ethiopia.

New UA Resources Examine Youth Sexual Health

Since 2010, the Crossroads Collaborative has brought together researchers from across disciplines at the UA and within in the community to generate research and writing on youth, sexuality, health and rights, commonly known as YSHR.

Hiring Interns? Top 8 Tips for Companies

Companies relying on student interns must adhere to eight core best practices, incentives and goals, said Eileen McGarry, the executive director of Career Services at the UA.

It's 'Our Voice, Our Vote'

Photo credit: Vox Efx

Why Companies and Schools Must Partner for STEM Education

My passion for science, technology, engineering and mathematics, the STEM fields, began in my youth in Lima, Peru.

The Role of Religion and Secularism in Public, Political Spheres

Consider the emergence and growth of ISIS, clashes in India's Gujarat state and the Supreme Court ruling on Abercrombie & Fitch's "religious bias" over the hijab — all recent headlines conjoining religion and culture.

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