Business and Law

Nancy and Peter Salter, center, with their daughter, Stephanie Weinshel, left, and UA Foundation President and CEO John-Paul Roczniak.
Oct. 19, 2016
Funds from Peter and Nancy Salter will endow the center, which offers certificate programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels and is developing hands-on learning opportunities.
About 90 percent of Fortaleza's population uses public transportation. (Photo courtesy of Ezequiel Dantas)
Oct. 12, 2016
Brazil's fifth-largest city, Fortaleza, struggles with bus delays and overcrowding. The city's mayor, a UA alumnus, turned to big-data experts at his alma mater for help, and an online dashboard now helps planners understand where problems exist and make decisions about how to fix them.
Employees with high-quality supervisor relationships may be more likely to take work home with them, new research suggests.
Sept. 26, 2016
Surprising findings from the Eller College of Management suggest employees with high-quality supervisor relationships may not always properly recover from work-related stress.
Sept. 14, 2016
Legal experts will discuss cases involving race-conscious university admissions, abortion regulations and federal immigration authority.
Professor Toni Massaro (left) and College of Law Dean Marc Miller (right) moderated the discussion with Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan (center) at the UA. (Photo: David Sanders/UA College of Law)
Sept. 1, 2016
In the UA's 37th McCormick Lecture, Justice Elena Kagan spoke about how the nation's highest court operates and the impact of the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.
Brittany Reynoso is the coordinator of team family relations for the Chicago Cubs organization. (Photo courtesy of Lisa Romero)
Aug. 5, 2016
As coordinator of team family relations for the Chicago Cubs organization, Eller College of Management graduate Brittany Reynoso works in the business behind baseball.
The Scholarship Universe team (from left): Ken Downs, program manager; Emily Romero; Rafael Garcia; don-E Merson, applications systems analyst/developer, principal/architect; and Sachin N. Nalavattanon. (Photo courtesy of UA Student Affairs)
July 25, 2016
Seven years ago, the University undertook the creation of an online service to save students time and increase their ability to find scholarships. Now that technology, Scholarship Universe, has been licensed to a Phoenix company through the assistance of Tech Launch Arizona.
July 22, 2016
Your personality type holds the key, according to a study published by UA professor Merrie Brucks and alumnus Kevin Newman. The findings could benefit urban planners.
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (Photo: Lars Plougmann)
July 15, 2016
The UA has licensed a commodity price-risk management web application to Tucson startup company HedgeSmart LLC created by Roger Dahlgran, an associate professor of agricultural and resource economics.

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