Teaching and Students

Julianna Renzi will use the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship to continue her graduate studies focusing on how humans impact the ecology of marine ecosystems, with a particular focus on coral reefs and salt marshes.
April 20, 2018
Nearly two dozen UA-affiliated students have been awarded the fellowship, which recruits high-potential, early career scientists and engineers and supports their graduate research.
The new major in the Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences will prepare students for employment in financial services careers and qualify them to take the Certified Financial Planning Certification Examination.
April 20, 2018
The UA now offers a CFP Board-registered undergraduate degree program in financial planning.
Todd Fletcher, Leah Durán and Bob Holl, founder of Learning A-Z
April 19, 2018
Leah Durán will be the third Richard Ruiz Scholar/Artist in Residence, making her the first College of Education faculty member to fill the visiting scholar position in Guanajuato, Mexico.
Katheryne Willock
April 19, 2018
Katheryne "Kate" Willock, who died in January 2017, was an archaeologist whose investment in UA Libraries already has had a significant impact on many students.
April 13, 2018
The new class of Regents' Professors has these UA faculty members: David Breshears, Dr. Allan Hamilton, Barbara Mills, Steven Schwartz and Robert A. Williams Jr.
Rajesh Khanna has mentored Lindsey Chew since she was a UA freshman in 2014. On April 18, she will take part in Posters on the Hill, where she will present the non-opioid pain relief research she has contributed as part of the Khanna laboratory. (Photo: Stacy Pigott/UA News)
April 10, 2018
Neuroscience and cognitive science senior Lindsey Chew will represent the University on Capitol Hill as part of Posters on the Hill, an event showcasing undergraduate research.
The UA joins 105 four-year public institutions and only a few from Research I and the Association of American Universities that meet the criteria for eligibility for HSI designation.
April 5, 2018
The U.S. Department of Education has recognized the UA's success in the enrollment of Hispanic students and in providing educational opportunities to them.
Associate professor Samira Farwaneh (left) and doctoral candidate Kamilia Rahmouni are teaching a new course, "Minorities in the Arab World," through the UA School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies.
April 3, 2018
A new course through the UA's School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies offers students the chance to expand their cultural understanding by engaging with local community members representing various Middle Eastern ethnic groups.
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.