The University of Arizona

Brigetta Barrett: The Will to Rise

UANews | May 2, 2012
UA theatre arts major Brigetta Barrett, a three-time NCAA champion in track and field, is looking to win her fourth title and make Team USA for the 2012 Olympic Games. The high jumper, a junior at the UA, holds the top collegiate mark in the country and is tied for the second-best mark in the world.

UA to Highlight the Study of Unique Films

UANews | May 2, 2012
Students provided with scholarly access to the archives of Ken Wolfgang will present their research on the filmmaker and his work during a May 3 symposium. Hosted by Special Collections and the UA English department, the event will highlight the interdisciplinary study of filmmaking.

Students Awarded NSF Graduate Fellowships

UANews | May 1, 2012
Five students who participated in federally funded graduate education preparatory programs for low-income, first-generation or underrepresented students at the UA have earned National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowships.

Former UA Swimmer Adjusts to Life as a Rhodes Scholar

UANews | April 30, 2012
Now a Rhodes Scholar, former UA swimmer Justine Schluntz reflects upon her time at the UA and her sense of feeling at home. Schluntz was named NCAA Woman of the Year in 2010.

A Model Student-Athlete

UANews | April 27, 2012

Engineering Design Day 2012 to Showcase Student Projects

UANews | April 26, 2012
UA College of Engineering Design Day on May 1 will showcase student inventions that save lives, track endangered species, take you virtual horse racing and support NASA missions. Engineering seniors will compete for more than $13,000 in industry-sponsored prizes.

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