Teaching and Students

Toni Massaro, James E. Rogers College of Law dean
Oct. 22, 2007
<p>The College of Law has launched a scholarship fundraising campaign and an alumni network to help students during and after their time at the UA.</p>
James E. Rogers College of Law Professor Gabriel J. Chin
Oct. 19, 2007
One law school faculty member supervised two of his students to win a recent felony trial case.
The School of Information Resources and Library Science is teaching both urban and rural librarians skills necessary for 21st century.
Oct. 17, 2007
The School of Information Resources and Library Science&#39;s new DigIn program gives librarians necessary skills in technology. <br />
Shayna Palles talks about how to actively engage Tunnel of Oppression visitors while teaching them about the problem with using derogatory terms.
Oct. 16, 2007
<p>The student-run Tunnel of Oppresion has been held annually since 1997.</p>
S. James Anaya is working with a team of UA students and others in Belize on a case that will affect the land rights of indigenous Maya communities.
Oct. 15, 2007
<p>James E. Rogers College of Law students and faculty are involved in a legal case in Belize that may affect populations around the world.</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
College of Education Dean Ronald Marx
Oct. 11, 2007
Officials said a number of recommendations should come out of the summit that could lead to improvements in the state&#39;s education system.
The road to a college education begins earlier and earlier, so a new conference was designed to help counselors develop a college-going culture on their middle and high school campuses.
Oct. 10, 2007
<p>&quot;College Knowledge for Counselors&quot; will focus less on recruitment and more on ways to make a 4-year degree a priority ambition for Arizona&#39;s youth and teenagers. </p>
Niel Curley is coordinating the science fair. The winner will receive a scholarship to attend the UA.
Oct. 9, 2007
Students have been paired with eighth-graders to create projects for a science fair that will grant the winner a $1,000 scholarship to the UA.

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