Teaching and Students

Bruce Johnson
Nov. 13, 2007
Faculty have developed assessment tools that local school districts are using to test retention of science knowledge.
Students from the UA's Disability Resource Center training for the 2008 Paralympics
Nov. 12, 2007
Six UA student athletes from the Disability Resource Center are training for the 2008 Paralympics.
Nov. 9, 2007
Members of the UA's sorority and fraternity organizations spend months planning for the event.
Americans for UNFPA President Anika Rahman will speak on "The Health and Rights of Women Globally" as the UA's keynote speaker during International Education Week.
Nov. 8, 2007
Two prominent women's rights advocates will speak during International Education week at the UA.
Christopher Impey, a UA astronomy professor, worked with a group of his students to design this timeline in Second Life, which tells the story of Earth's creation.
Nov. 7, 2007
The University is building a "second campus" entirely on the Web via Second Life.
Jim Kolbe
Nov. 5, 2007
Kolbe will teach a graduate class offered by the Eller College Management and the James E. Rogers College of Law.
Nov. 5, 2007
Universal design does not only help disabled students, but can also help English language learners, older and nontraditional students.
Professor Supapan Seraphin in the Materials Science and Engineering Electron Microscope Lab. Credit: Matt Brailey
Nov. 5, 2007
College of Engineering giving circle honors materials science professor who is well known for mentoring students.
The United Way kitchen range features height-adjustable legs, easy-to-use controls that lock out toddler tampering, and induction heating that guards against burns.
Nov. 5, 2007
<span style="font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial">This safer cooking surface could help elderly people stay independent longer and would be helpful<span style="color: red"> </span>to those with mobility impairment.</span>

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