Business and Law

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?
Women are more likely to experience workplace incivility — low-intensity deviant behavior with ambiguous intent to harm — at the hands of other women, according to new research by UA professor Allison Gabriel.
Feb. 19, 2018
Women report more incivility experiences at work than men, but who is at fault for instigating these behaviors? A UA researcher set out to answer that — and got surprising results.
Nurses employed by organizations that use compassion practices reported feeling more alertness, vigor and energy.
Jan. 29, 2018
Compassionate practices improve nurse well-being and also the experience of patients, according to research involving Allison Gabriel of the UA's Eller College of Management.
Members of Project CENTRL Class 22, including Drew John (far left), Sine Kerr (center) and Jim Parks (second row, second from right), met with CENTRL alumni serving in the Arizona Legislature in 2014, including Frank Pratt (far right) and Gail Griffin (sixth from right).
Jan. 18, 2018
Project CENTRL, a Cooperative Extension program that began 40 years ago, helped prepare Sine Kerr for her recent appointment to the Arizona Senate in Legislative District 13.
The return of the Willem de Kooning painting "Woman-Ochre" to its place in the abstract expressionist collection at the UA Museum of Art was an unexpected highlight of 2017. (Photo: Bob Demers/UANews)
Dec. 18, 2017
The UA generated headlines across the globe in 2017, as evidenced by our UANews list of top 10 stories. From the installation of a new president to the improbable recovery of a priceless art masterpiece, it has been another remarkable year in Wildcat Country. (UANow will resume on Jan. 9.)
Rongguang Liang (left) of the College of Optical Sciences received funding to develop 3-D printing of freeform optics. He is shown here with graduate student and co-inventor Zhihan Hong. (Photo: Paul Tumarkin/Tech Launch Arizona)
Dec. 5, 2017
Asset Development funding helps develop early-stage technologies and makes them more attractive for market adoption. The program is generating opportunities — and results.
Arizona ranked second in the nation in lettuce production, providing 25 percent of the country's total production. (Photo: Faith Schwartz/UA Cooperative Extension)
Nov. 7, 2017
Arizona agribusiness contributes $23.3 billion in sales to the state's economy and supports more than 138,000 jobs, says UA Cooperative Extension’s Economic Impact Analysis Team.

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