The University of Arizona

Strengthening Indigenous Language Education in the Americas

In the Americas, an estimated 243 indigenous languages are still spoken, with 68 being spoken in Mexico alone. 

Applying International Affairs Skills to Everyday Life

The Arizona Model United Nations just held its 52nd annual High School Conference, teaching nearly 200 high school students from the U.S. and Mexico about the importance of collaborating in addressing global challenges. During the event, students were split into groups based on U.N. committees and were asked to solve problems including international cooperation and action in outer space, empowering rural women, and deciding the guidelines surrounding human cloning in the medical field. We invited one organizer and two attendees to share their experiences with the club.

Cultivating Gardeners and Urban Farmers

In recognition of the 100-year anniversary of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Cooperative Extension, we are spotlighting a series of programs that UA employees, students and volunteers facilitate around the state.

Sharing a Passion for Plants

In recognition of the 100-year anniversary of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Cooperative Extension, we are spotlighting a series of programs that UA employees, students and volunteers facilitate around the state.

UA Club Nurtures Growth of High School Model United Nations Group

The Arizona Model United Nations just held its 52nd annual High School Conference, teaching nearly 200 high school students from the U.S. and Mexico about the importance of collaborating in addressing global challenges. During the event, students were split into groups based on U.N. committees and were asked to solve problems including international cooperation and action in outer space, empowering rural women, and deciding the guidelines surrounding human cloning in the medical field. We invited one organizer and two attendees to share their experiences with the club.

In Search of a Common Good

The Arizona Model United Nations just held its 52nd annual High School Conference, teaching nearly 200 high school students from the U.S. and Mexico about the importance of collaborating in addressing global challenges. During the event, students were split into groups based on U.N. committees and were asked to solve problems including international cooperation and action in outer space, empowering  rural women, and deciding the guidelines surrounding human cloning in the medical field. We invited one organizer and two attendees to share their experiences with the club.

The Life of a Fulbright Scholar

In the words of the Fulbright Program, its global mission is "to increase mutual understanding between people of the U.S. and people of other countries through exchange."

Waging the War on Weeds

In recognition of the 100-year anniversary of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Cooperative Extension, we are spotlighting a series of programs that UA employees, students and volunteers facilitate around the state.

Invasive and noxious weeds in Arizona are more than just pesky plants – they are downright destructive.

Women's History Month: The Advocates for Social Justice and Education

Women's History Month: The Accomplished Athletes

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