The University of Arizona

Busy UA Student Still Finds the Stage

UANews | April 9, 2015
Mackenzie Romriell is a mother, a teacher, a student pursuing her doctorate and a singer — and she still has room for an opera at the UA.

UA Grad Slam Is a Grand Success

UANews | April 8, 2015
The research competition, the largest of its kind in the country with nearly 100 students, was won by Rachel LaMantia for her energy-efficient housing structure based on Hopi traditions.

UA Vet Med Program Looks at Needs

UANews | April 8, 2015
The state's only public veterinary medical education program, scheduled to launch in 2016, hopes to address rural veterinarian shortages and offer unique practical experience while holding down student costs.

In-State Tuition Creates Opportunity for American Indian Students

UANews | April 7, 2015
A 2013 policy allowing members of all federally recognized tribes in Arizona to pay in-state tuition has made a college degree more accessible for tribal members.

UA Students Perform Where the Dream Is Still King

UANews | March 30, 2015
The School of Dance sent two students to Alabama to participate in the 50th anniversary of the voting rights march. Professor Melissa Lowe called it a highlight of her teaching career.

Program Targets Veterans, First Responders

UANews | March 26, 2015
Workshops and courses at UA South have been designed to improve the resiliency of student veterans and now firefighters, police officers and other emergency personnel.