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UA Faculty Member Elected to National Council on Rehabilitation Education Board

UANews | August 7, 2013
The UA's Aisha Shamburger Rousseau has been elected to represent the western region on the national board of directors of the National Council on Rehabilitation Education. Rousseau, an assistant professor in the department of disability and psychoeducational studies, will travel to India in the fall to work with people with disabilities and women living with HIV and AIDS.

UA Working to Expand Student Research, Graduate Admissions

UANews | July 26, 2013
A number of programs at the UA focus on helping undergraduate students get to graduate school. Connecting those efforts is the UA's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Consortium, which involves undergraduates in University research and helps prepare them to pursue advanced degrees.

UA Faculty Member Helps Staff Legal Hotline for American Indian Journalists

UANews | July 19, 2013
The Native American Journalists Association has launched a new legal hotline to create dialogue and build stronger connections among journalists and tribal nations. Kevin R. Kemper, a UA assistant professor of journalism, will serve as the legal hotline's intake liaison.

UA Professors Training Afghan Journalism Faculty

UANews | July 9, 2013
Two UA journalism professors are working with 20 Afghan journalism professors to help them develop a professional curriculum for their journalism departments. Professors Kim Newton and Maggy Zanger are working with faculty from four universities as part of a two-week workshop in India that emphasizes multimedia techniques.

UA Ranked Top 10 for Latin American History

UANews | June 27, 2013
Ranked by the U.S. News & World Report, the UA's history department has gained top 10 status in the nation for it specialty area focusing on Latin America. Sharing the top 10 status with institutions such as the University of Texas at Austin, Yale University and Duke University means the UA department is among the nation's best for advancing knowledge about economic, social and political issues in Latin American countries.

How Men and Women Cooperate

UANews | June 24, 2013
Cooperation is essential in any successful romantic relationship, but how men and women experience cooperation emotionally may be quite different, according to new UA research. While men tend to mirror their partners' emotions during moments of high mutual cooperation, women might actually have the opposite response, suggests a study in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships.