The University of Arizona

Credit Now Offered to Students Teaching Campus About Intolerance Through Tunnel Event

UANews | October 16, 2007

The student-run Tunnel of Oppresion has been held annually since 1997.

Law School Program Helping to Protect Indigenous People's Land Rights

UANews | October 15, 2007

James E. Rogers College of Law students and faculty are involved in a legal case in Belize that may affect populations around the world.

 

21st Century Skills the Focus of First-Time Summit

UANews | October 11, 2007
Officials said a number of recommendations should come out of the summit that could lead to improvements in the state's education system.

Creating a College-Going Culture in Arizona's Schools

UANews | October 10, 2007

"College Knowledge for Counselors" will focus less on recruitment and more on ways to make a 4-year degree a priority ambition for Arizona's youth and teenagers.

Cultivating Young Scientists

UANews | October 9, 2007
Students have been paired with eighth-graders to create projects for a science fair that will grant the winner a $1,000 scholarship to the UA.

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