The University of Arizona

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.

$50M Gift From Haury Estate to Focus on Environment, Society and Southwest

UANews | September 22, 2014
A large bequest to the UA Foundation from the estate of Agnese Nelms Haury, a longtime friend of the University, has pushed the Arizona NOW fundraising campaign past the billion-dollar mark.

UA Anthropologist Earns Fulbright to Continue Language Preservation in Russia

UANews | September 22, 2014
Benedict Colombi is partnering with Google Earth Outreach to help indigenous people in the Kamchatka Peninsula.

New 'Arizona Illustrated' Premieres This Weekend

UANews | September 4, 2014
"Arizona Illustrated" will continue is its legacy of engaging southern Arizona's viewers with thought-provoking, diverse stories. The Arizona Public Media series premieres Sept. 7.

The Rigors and Rewards of Teaching STEM Along the Border

UANews | September 3, 2014
Southern Arizona schools are facing an enormous need for qualified STEM teachers. The UA Transition to Teaching program offers a solution by providing training in poverty-level schools in Cochise and Santa Cruz counties for UA students who want to be STEM teachers.

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