The University of Arizona

UA Paves Way to Redefine STEM Education

UANews | September 9, 2014
The UA, one of only eight sites in the nation chosen to participate in a major STEM education initiative, is innovating with course redesigns and unique faculty programs.

UA Undergraduate Researchers Take to the Radio

UANews | September 4, 2014
KXCI, Tucson's community radio station, has been working in partnership with the UA's Undergraduate Biology Research Program to highlight the work of undergraduate researchers. UA students conducting research at the University or in labs abroad speak about their work and their experiences.

UA Flandrau Science Center Goes 'FullDome'

UANews | August 29, 2014
A state-of-the-art digital projection system has been installed at the UA Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium that will captivate visitors as they tour the Earth, the universe, the human body and virtually any other part of the natural world like never before. Providing access to a network of satellite imagery, Flandrau personnel can quickly integrate scientific data into their shows to engage viewers with fascinating events occurring anywhere on the globe.

UABack2School: A Website for New and Returning Wildcats

UANews | August 25, 2014
Students, employees and alumni can get into the spirit of the new school year by visiting the UABack2School website, which offers news, events, photos, videos, social media and more.

UA Fall Enrollment Sets Record for Diversity, Number of Freshmen

UANews | August 20, 2014
The UA will welcome more than 10,000 new students when classes start Monday, including the most diverse freshman class in UA history. They bring with them solid academic backgrounds as well as a strong interest in the STEM fields.

UA Project Trains Native American High School Students to Build Aquaponic Systems

UANews | August 18, 2014
An idea proposed by a high school student has blossomed into a partnership that trains Native American teens to build and manage aquaponic systems so they can grow indigenous plants in their communities.

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