From Grad School to Startup
While working toward advanced degrees, UA graduate students are also producing new knowledge, marketing products, and forming companies that address significant challenges facing our state, nation and world.
UA Student Wins Cash and Prizes on 'Wheel of Fortune'
UA senior Steven Palmer, who grew up watching “Wheel of Fortune,” recently earned a spot as a contestant on the popular game show. Palmer, who appeared on the show this week, took home $11,283 in cash and prizes, which included a trip for two to Hawaii.
Two UA Professors Appointed Regents' Professors
UA professors Mary C. Stiner and Jonathan T. Overpeck have been appointed as Regents' Professors, an honor reserved for faculty members whose exceptional achievements merit national and international distinction.
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."
The Arizona Law Review will host a Jan. 14 symposium during which legal experts from across the nation will discuss political discourse and civility. The event, hosted by the UA student-run Review, is free and open to the public.
Degree Search and Degree Tracker are two new services at the UA, collectively offering meticulous descriptions of academic programs while collecting important long-range data that faculty members and administrators can use for course scheduling.