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UA Student Project Tackles Poverty in Tucson

UANews | March 25, 2015
Data collection is only part of an ongoing field workshop that goes the extra mile, taking time to listen to the hardships and challenges faced by others in the community.

UA Students, Faculty Among Migrahack Winners

UANews | March 24, 2015
Grand-prize-winning team uses local traffic-stop data, providing an opportunity to see how police deal with issues of immigration status.

Archaeologists Discover Maya 'Melting Pot'

UANews | March 23, 2015
UA archaeologists working in Guatemala have unearthed new information about the Maya civilization's transition from a mobile, hunter-gatherer lifestyle to a sedentary way of life.

New UA Program to Explore Buddhism

UANews | March 17, 2015
In light of the rise of Asian economies and markets and the adoption of Buddhist practices in the Western region of the world, the UA is launching a program in Buddhist studies.

UA to Host Hackathon on Immigration

UANews | March 17, 2015
Free, three-day event will bring together computer programmers, Web designers, journalists, nonprofits and community members for data analysis of issues.

Grad Student Named Diplomacy and Diversity Fellow

UANews | March 17, 2015
The UA's Robert Alvarez, a Peace Corps alumnus who is pursuing a career in foreign policy, will participate in an intensive program about international relations and global diversity.

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