The University of Arizona

From New York to Tucson With Love

UANews | January 20, 2015
Some would say no one cherished being a Wildcat more than the late Jeffrey Plevan did, and his parents have honored his memory by funding a lecture series and professorship at the UA.

UA Leads the Charge on STEM Reform

UANews | January 12, 2015
Student-oriented initiatives and programs, aligned with statewide and national priorities, are part of a movement to improve U.S. economic growth and international competitiveness.

Head of UA Journalism School Reacts to Paris Attack

UANews | January 9, 2015
An American free press began in France with thinkers who were "the genesis of our liberties," David Cuillier says, reflecting on Charlie Hebdo.

UA Recognizes Two Regents' Professors, Four Others

UANews | December 10, 2014
Climate scientist Jonathan Overpeck and anthropologist Mary C. Stiner are honored as recipients of the state university system's highest honor for faculty.

Six to Watch: UA Students Earn Centennial Achievement Awards

UANews | December 9, 2014
Established 30 years ago, the awards recognize students who have demonstrated integrity, overcome challenges, and contributed to family and community. Here are their stories.

UA Dance: More Than a Few Good Men

UANews | December 1, 2014
Hear from male students Max Foster and Andrew DiGerolamo, who have built their skills and found camaraderie in the University's highly regarded dance program.