The University of Arizona

UA Alumna Savannah Guthrie Named Co-Anchor of 'Today'

UANews | June 29, 2012
Savannah Guthrie, a 1993 UA School of Journalism graduate who co-hosts the third hour of NBC's "Today," has been named co-anchor of the show with Matt Lauer, the network announced June 29. Guthrie served as a UA commencement speaker in 2011.

Grant to Fund Study of Sport's Benefit to Injured Veterans

UANews | June 25, 2012
The UA Disability Studies Collaborative has received funding to explore the impact of sports and wellness on veterans with spinal cord injuries. The grant will draw veterans from across the country to the UA's Adaptive Athletics program and help researchers assess how sport impacts their educational goals.

Eller in Europe

UANews | June 20, 2012
More than 40 UA students in an Eller College of Management program, along with four instructors, are bound for Europe to study sports management. The students will attend and learn about managing some of the world's most prominent athletic events, including the Tour de France, Wimbledon and the 2012 Summer Olympics.

UA Program Trains Next Generation of STEM Professionals

UANews | June 18, 2012
Dozens of high school students participated in the Native American Science and Engineering Program at the UA this year. The program is designed to inform them about opportunities in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.

Nick Ross Named Pac-12 Field Athlete of the Year

UANews | June 15, 2012
Wildcat Nick Ross, a men's track and field team member, was named Pac-12 Field Athlete of the Year – the first time a UA student-athlete has taken the honor since it was instated in 2005. And the honor marks another in a list of awards Wildcats have taken for the 2012 track and field season.

UA Med-Start Offers High School Students Experience, Coursework

UANews | June 14, 2012
This summer, 74 high school students from across Arizona are involved in the UA College of Medicine's Med-Start Program. Some of the students will participate in a trauma simulation on June 15.

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