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The Man Behind the UA's Presence in Mexico

UANews | October 20, 2014
Binational partnerships are a natural for José Lever, director of the University's office in Mexico City, who has built strong ties on both sides of the border.

What's the Future of International Higher Ed?

UANews | October 13, 2014
Technology and student exchanges are called the key ingredients of collaboration at a UA-hosted North American conference.

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.

New Digital Archive Details Challenges for Mexican Journalists, Migrants

UANews | October 7, 2014
"The Documented Border," an innovative project led by UA journalism and art faculty and also archivists, provides uncensored stories shared by Mexican journalists and migrants.

One Professor, Three Grants and Five Years

UANews | October 1, 2014
Through the work of Chih-Chin Chou, the UA College of Education will address a desperate need for master's-level rehabilitation counselors in visual impairment and mental illness.

How New Social Movements Take Root

UANews | September 23, 2014
In the digital age, an event can quickly mushroom into an entire movement. Social media platforms play a role, UA sociologists say, and recent unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, is an example.