Business and Law

May 17, 2018
A new clinic addresses matters pertaining to water, endangered species, public lands, climate change, tribal lands and other natural resource challenges that exist in Arizona and the West.
Can a simple smile make you seen more cool to other people? New research from the UA says it can.
May 8, 2018
A widespread belief holds that being inexpressive is cool, but UA assistant professor of marketing Caleb Warren says that's not the case. A smiling person is seen as more cool.
National 4-H Council President and CEO Jennifer Sirangelo (right) presented Ethel Branch with the 4-H Luminary Award at a Washington, D.C. gala last month. (Courtesy of the National 4-H Council)
April 24, 2018
Ethel Branch credits her experiences as a youth in the University of Arizona's Cooperative Extension 4-H program with helping prepare her for an eventual career as the Navajo Nation Attorney General.
UA alumnus Terry J. Lundgren is known for his generosity of time and expertise with students. (Photo courtesy of the Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences)
April 20, 2018
Contributions by alumnus Terry J. Lundgren and his supporters in the fashion and retailing industries will benefit a range of programs and educational enhancements at the UA.
April 11, 2018
A paper co-authored by Caleb Warren of the Eller College of Management suggests that humor is a good thing in certain situations, but its effectiveness depends on your end goal.
American clothing designer Kenneth Cole will headline this year's UA Global Retailing Conference.
April 3, 2018
American clothing designer Kenneth Cole will headline this year's UA Global Retailing Conference at Westin La Paloma Resort and Spa in Tucson.
UA law students (from left) Donald Walton, Pete Sabori, Garrett Holm, Logan Cooper, Christina Rinnert and Alexis Zendejas met with Daniel Vega, director of language and culture for the Pascua Yaqui Tribe.
March 28, 2018
Under director James Diamond's supervision, students in the Tribal Justice Clinic are getting valuable, real-world experience — and advancing the rights of indigenous people.
Sudha Ram, a professor of management information systems, directs the UA's INSITE, a center that focuses on harnessing the power of big data to help businesses and organizations make better-informed decisions. (Photo: Bob Demers/UANews)
March 7, 2018
Sudha Ram's research tracks students' social interactions and daily routines via their CatCard usage — and leverages that information to make predictions about freshman retention. Fast Forward, a UANews series, is examining the convergence of the digital, physical and biological worlds.
UA law professor Jane Bambauer says the current state of artificial intelligence is like the Wild West — and that's why she finds it so intriguing. (Photo: Bob Demers/UANews)
Feb. 20, 2018
Artificial intelligence is here to stay, says UA law professor Jane Bambauer, adding that it's important to ask: Is an algorithm biased? Is it manipulative? Are there moral or political issues?

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