The University of Arizona

Schoolteacher Bones Up on Anthropology at UA

UANews | July 23, 2015
Local high school teacher Alex Ruff is partnering with UA anthropologists and taking what he learns back to students in his forensic science classes.

UA Historian Studies Revolutionary War Veterans

UANews | June 30, 2015
A book by Ben Irvin will explore the lives of Revolutionary War veterans with disabilities, showing that many paid a steep price for the liberty we celebrate on the Fourth of July.

New Major in American Indian Studies Makes UA Unique

UANews | June 26, 2015
The undergraduate program is designed for Native and non-Native students interested in the history, socioeconomic issues and environments of Native communities in the U.S.

For Father's Day, Here Are 5 Ways Dads Matter

UANews | June 17, 2015
UA researchers weigh in on how involved dads can make a difference, from the way they play with their children to the example they set for future fathers.

UA Grad Leads STEM Teaching Fellows

UANews | June 12, 2015
At a time when STEM is a critical education focus in preparing students for careers, a UA College of Education alumnae has helped a team of educators place in a nationally competitive STEM-focused program.

Age Not the Equalizer Once Thought

UANews | June 10, 2015
The playing field "never levels out," according to UA sociologist Corey M. Abramson, who says in his book "The End Game" that social inequality persists among the elderly in the U.S.