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UA Undergrads Conducting Microgravity Research Aboard NASA's G-Force One

UANews | June 4, 2014
NASA has invited the UA Microgravity Research Team to perform experiments in weightlessness aboard the G-Force One. The undergraduate researchers are at the Johnson Space Center this week, studying how polymers made in space could be used for spacecraft repair on long missions.

Hart Visits Nogales to Reaffirm UA's Support of Rural, Border Communities and Partnerships

UANews | May 30, 2014
As part of visits this year to Arizona communities that the UA serves through its land-grant mission, UA President Ann Weaver Hart visited and toured the border community of Nogales. While there, Hart affirmed the UA's commitment to collaborating with and serving rural and border communities.

Learning From a Firefly: UA Students Develop Innovative Apps

UANews | May 29, 2014
Drawing on inspiration from fireflies and everyday inconveniences like potholes, UA College of Engineering students are creating apps that could become real-world products.

From a Bhutanese Refugee Camp to the UA

UANews | May 28, 2014
Sarsawati Chhetri barely spoke English when she arrived in the U.S. at the age of 13. Today she's working toward her undergraduate degree and credits UA programs such as Arizona Assurance, New Start and Arizona Mentors for her success.

New Wilderness Medicine Class Hones Patient Care Skills in Rugged Conditions

UANews | May 27, 2014
A new course is teaching UA medical students how to save lives in the wilderness. Through outdoor simulations, the Wilderness Medicine and Advanced Wilderness Life Support class teaches students how to apply their medical expertise with limited resources.

UA Marketing Students Win National AT&T Competition

UANews | May 22, 2014
Students in an Eller College of Management designed an employment recruitment campaign for AT&T that not only won a national competition, but piqued the interest of AT&T executives.

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