UA graduate students in the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture are working on a proposal to bring water to the Santa Cruz and other areas in downtown Tucson and to revitalize the area and inspire city planners with new ideas.
They come from San Tan Valley, Athem, Ariz. and many cities in between. With the start of the UA's summer pre-session, the first crop of University students began classes at a new site, the Chandler Community Center.
Seven student teams from the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture are in a juried competition to design communities of the future. The winners will be announced during an event on May 23.
The African American Women's Arch of Honor pays tribute to the lives and contributions of UA and Tucson community women. Inaugural honorees include organizations and women who have served as administrators, educators, business officials and activists.
A leadership program sponsored by UA Cooperative Extension has created a network of public officials throughout rural Arizona. Project CENTRL, a two-year program, began in the early 1980s. Since then, more than 500 people have graduated from the program.
For nine days in May, a team of UA graduate students from the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health and the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture School of Landscape Architecture and Planning will study the effects of migration on health in the border communities of Chiapas, Mexico and San Marcos, Guatemala.