The University of Arizona

College Is More Than a Dream, It's a Plan

UANews | February 9, 2015
College Academy for Parents, offered by the UA's Office of Early Academic Outreach, helps low-income and minority families create plans to ensure that their children reach college.

UA Leads Effort to Build Mexican Extension

UANews | February 5, 2015
Project REINU will serve Mexico as a national university-based network of scientists and educators to provide resources and educational services.

New Wildcat Receives a Rousing Welcome

UANews | February 4, 2015
Kelsey Luria of Tucson, who is undergoing cancer treatment at the UA Medical Center, gets the news of her acceptance to the University by special delivery.

Classroom of 11,000 Awaits UA Professor

UANews | February 4, 2015
Chris Impey will use a variety of tools in teaching "Astronomy: Exploring Time and Space," the University's first online collaboration with Coursera, an educational technology company. The launch of the class is Feb. 15.

Border Region Students See Expanded Support

UANews | February 3, 2015
The University South Foundation and Mexican Consulate have offered additional funds to aid UA students living in the border region.

Students Learning to Reduce Stress

UANews | February 3, 2015
Graduate students investigating the benefits of contemplative practices are leading workshops to train students to use meditation, yoga, breathing and other tactics to reduce stress and improve performance.

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