The University of Arizona

UA Students to Host Medical Emergency Forum

UANews | January 27, 2012
UA Health Advocacy Committee students will host a free and open-to-the-public forum on Jan. 31 to discuss the Jan. 8, 2011 Tucson shooting with the goal of learning more about how health-care professionals were prepared for and responded to the tragedy.

UA Law Affiliates Launch Multi-State Rescue Network

UANews | January 25, 2012
A team born out of the UA's College of Law founded Tough Love Pit Bull Rescue, an organization working to save dogs in line to be euthanized in Arizona, California, Nevada and Washington.

Arizona Senate President Honed Ranching Skills at UA

UANews | January 19, 2012
Born to a pioneer Arizona ranching family, Steve Pierce has become a fixture in the cattle industry. Like others in his family, his path took him to the UA. Said Pierce about the University: "What I learned here is where to go to get an answer. That's what kids need to learn in college."

UA Program Introduces Engineering to High School Students

UANews | January 19, 2012
Students in 20 Arizona high schools are trying out their engineering skills just as high school athletes test their abilities before jumping into college sports. Engineering 102 gives math- and science-savvy students hands-on experience before they commit to a university engineering program.

UBRP Students to Present Original Research

UANews | January 18, 2012
The 23rd annual UBRP conference will be held this weekend, offering an opportunity for students to share their scientific research with the UA and Tucson communities.

Sewing the Inner, Creative Mind

UANews | January 13, 2012
UA alumnus Paul Nosa travels with his solar powered sewing machine, stitching patches of the thoughts people choose to share with him. Said Nosa: "I believe all of life’s questions can be answered with a sewing machine."