The University of Arizona

UA Black History Month Events Begin

UANews | February 6, 2012
Black History Month events at the UA have begun, including lectures, film screenings, a field trip and block party. Several UA departments, centers and student organizations are hosting more than one dozen events.

Niya Butts Radio Show Broadcast Monday Nights

UANews | February 6, 2012
Through Feb. 27, the Niya Butts Radio Show will air with the women's basketball head coach slated to talk about the Wildcats, the Pac-12 and national women's basketball. 

Travel, Research Award Honors Memory of Michael E. Bonine

UANews | February 2, 2012
The Michael Bonine Memorial Travel and Research Award will fund summer travel and research for undergraduates in any major and graduate students in Middle Eastern and North African studies.

UA Expands Offerings Into Chandler

UANews | February 1, 2012
Several UA degree and certificate programs soon will be offered Chandler, expanding educational access and opportunities in Arizona. The UA's College of Education and Eller College of Management each are providing programs, while the School of Information Resources and Library Science is offering a foundational course.

UA Astronomer Earns National Education Honors

UANews | February 1, 2012
Astronomy Camp, run by UA Steward Observatory's Don McCarthy, has introduced students and others to science for 25 years. The American Astronomical Society has recognized McCarthy and his efforts with its annual education award.

UA a Top 15 Peace Corps University in U.S.

UANews | January 31, 2012
New figures released this month indicate the UA ranks among the top 15 higher education institutions in the U.S. producing the largest number of Peace Corps volunteers.

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