Teaching and Students

Allison Feldman enjoyed time with horses at the Arizona Burn Foundation Summer Camp, where she volunteered in her free time.
Feb. 21, 2018
Allison Feldman's family and friends are raising funds to create an endowment in her memory that will provide UA Study Abroad opportunities like the one she had in Spain.
As an undergraduate, Namrah Habib served as an image processing intern for NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission at the UA. As a Churchill Scholar, she will collaborate with students from the United Kingdom as she pursues a master's degree at the University of Cambridge.
Feb. 19, 2018
Namrah Habib is one of 16 students to receive a Churchill Scholarship, which will allow her to pursue a Master of Philosophy in Astronomy at the University of Cambridge.
UA soccer player Morgan McGarry
Feb. 16, 2018
The overall cumulative GPA for nearly 500 Wildcat student-athletes exceeded 3.0 in the fall, representing the best mark in school history.
The Kakavas family watches an Ultimaker machine create a  3-D model.
Feb. 12, 2018
What organizers call the first 4-H Fab Lab in the country, and the first fabrication laboratory in an Arizona public school, is engaging students in STEM and fulfilling the mission of UA Cooperative Extension.
The Student Industry Networking Event, or SINE, facilitates interaction between STEM and business students and potential mentors or future employers.
Feb. 9, 2018
Industry leaders and UA alumni who participate are sought out by students for employment strategies and professional tips to ease the transition from college to the workforce.
Faculty and students in CAPLA's interdisciplinary urban design studio included (back row, from left) Arlie Adkins, Brad Kindler, Kelly Cederberg and Chris Ortiz y Pino and (front row, from left) Yuheng Zhang, Fei Yu, Amanda Maass and Eduardo Guerrero. Not pictured: Connor Harmon and Michele Scanze. (Photo: Stacy Pigott/UANews)
Feb. 7, 2018
Students in one of the interdisciplinary urban design studios of the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture produced an award-winning Complete Streets policy for the city, emphasizing increased safety and accessibility and encouraging economic growth.
UA engineering freshmen make water purifiers bound for Puerto Rico residents.
Feb. 2, 2018
With a hand from Salt River Project, freshmen built simple water purification devices, called WAPIs, that were distributed to Puerto Rico residents recovering from Hurricane Maria.
Feb. 1, 2018
The UA is one of 15 institutions partnering with the Pat Tillman Foundation, and the deadline is March 1 for eligible active-duty service members, veterans and military spouses.
Top row (from left): Austin Rutherford, El’gin Avila. Middle row: Bharati Neelamraju, Sophia Borgias. Bottom row: Yiyi Huang, Nupur Joshi, Hannah Hindley. Not pictured: Adam Chmurzynski Valerie Madera-Garcia, Rachel Murray, Lorah Patterson and Norma Villagómez-Márquez. (Photo: Mari Cleven/UA Research, Discovery & Innovation)
Jan. 19, 2018
The cohort focuses on water, health, climate and other issues related to the environment and social justice to improve the quality of life for people in Arizona and around the world.