The University of Arizona

Graduates Look to Replenish UA Scholarship

UANews | April 6, 2012
Hundreds of students in the inaugural class of the Arizona Assurance Program, which provides resources and financial assistance for low-income, resident students, will graduate in May and will host a talent show on April 10 to raise funds for future recipients of the scholarship.

ABOR: No Tuition Increase for UA Resident Undergrads

UANews | April 5, 2012
In-state undergraduate students will not see a tuition increase in 2012-13, the Arizona Board of Regents has confirmed. For graduate and out-of-state students, tuition will go up by 3 percent, and tuition for College of Medicine students will go up by about 4 percent.

After Three Years Come Fruitful Artistic Endeavors

UANews | April 5, 2012
More than one dozen UA students slated to receive their Master of Fine Arts degrees next month are showcasing their thesis work at the UA Museum of Art and Joseph Gross Gallery. The works span photography, graphic design, painting and sculpture.

UA Legislative Interns Spring Into Action

UANews | April 4, 2012
Each year, UA students spend a semester in Phoenix working with the state Legislature as part of an internship program organized by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. This year, 17 participating students are writing speeches, summarizing bills and conducting research.

Student-Run TV Station a Boon to Training

UANews | April 3, 2012
More than 40 students are involved in running UATV Channel 3, the UA's on-campus television station, which introduced a new show this year. The station continues to grow, offering students practical experience in a professional environment.

UA Professors Honored for Teaching, Mentorship and Outreach

UANews | April 2, 2012
The UA's Paul Blowers and Judith Bronstein have been named 2012 University Distinguished Professors, while Todd Fletcher and Sally Stevens are the recipients of University Distinguished Outreach Faculty awards. The honorees have a passion for fostering collaboration and enabling students to overcome obstacles.

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