The University of Arizona

Hart Visits Nogales to Reaffirm UA's Support of Rural, Border Communities and Partnerships

UANews | May 30, 2014
As part of visits this year to Arizona communities that the UA serves through its land-grant mission, UA President Ann Weaver Hart visited and toured the border community of Nogales. While there, Hart affirmed the UA's commitment to collaborating with and serving rural and border communities.

Arizona Project WET Launches Smartphone Discovery Program in Phoenix

UANews | May 5, 2014
Visitors to Phoenix's Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area are encouraged to use their smartphones to embark on color-coded QR code journeys intended to spark questions about the local natural environment.

Event Organized to Train People to be 'Modern-Day Abolitionists'

UANews | April 30, 2014
UA student Oumou Bah wants to educate the public on the horrors of human trafficking. To do that, she has organized the Human Trafficking Symposium.

UA Professor to Develop European Model to Link Science With Stakeholders

UANews | April 28, 2014
Barron Orr, UA natural resources and environmental sciences professor, has won a prestigious Marie Curie Actions International Incoming Fellowship. He plans to develop a model based on Cooperative Extension that connects science to society.

Project Diversifies Voices in the National Public Sphere

UANews | April 25, 2014
The UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences has brought The OpEd Project to Tucson. The national media outreach campaign trains women thought leaders to produce editorials for news outlets in an effort to diversify perspectives and opinions in the public sphere.

UA Researcher and Colleagues Discover the Birthplace of the Chili Pepper

UANews | April 21, 2014
The chili pepper is used in cuisines around the globe, but it was born in what is now Mexico. UA researchers have discovered it was first cultivated throughout the region more than 6,500 years ago.