The University of Arizona

With Seed Planted, STEM Internships Can Grow

UANews | November 3, 2014
A harvest of highly trained UA graduates awaits businesses that invest in the workforce of tomorrow. Here is what UA President Ann Weaver Hart and Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild had to say about a new internship initiative.

A Different Kind of Space Launch

UANews | October 29, 2014
The UA has introduced the Science-Engineering Library Collaborative Learning Space, which is challenging the traditional lecture format by modifying the physical learning environment.

Verse Becomes a Hands-On Venture at UA Poetry Center

UANews | October 23, 2014
It's a unique place where a communal spirit reigns, emphasizing outreach and encouraging language play. That's poetry "made by all," Renee Angle says.

Art Professor Creates New World of Awareness

UANews | October 22, 2014
Ellen McMahon grew up in a home where science and art often collided — and is both an artist and a biologist. Now she wants her UA students to be environmentally sensitive and to see the difference their work can make.

Ebola Not Just a Matter for Medicine

UANews | October 20, 2014
Engineers also bring considerable expertise to the detection and prevention of infectious diseases, UA faculty members say.

4-H Students Have a Blastoff With UA-Designed Experiment

UANews | October 13, 2014
"Rockets to the Rescue," a hands-on challenge for 4-H National Youth Science Day, brought out the budding scientists and engineers.

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