Teaching and Students

From left: Law fellow Lori Lewis, veteran and UA student Erick Hernandez, students Amanda Ehredt and Zoey Kotzambasis, VALC director Kristine Huskey, and veteran and student Nick Hamilton (Photo: Drew Bourland/UA News)
Nov. 6, 2017
Since 2010, students have been giving back and gaining valuable experience through the Veterans' Advocacy Law Clinic. "I couldn't think of another clinic I'd rather be a part of," says third-year law student Jonathan Rich, who served five years in the Marine Corps.
Six of the students in the inaugural Animal and Biomedical Industries master's degree program (from left): Alex Travis, Santana Nez, Alyssa Pires, Sarah Lindquist, Elizabeth Carranza and Christina Agosto. (Photo: Susan McGinley)
Nov. 6, 2017
The new program in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences provides a strong foundation in science while building high-demand skills in commerce, marketing and management.
From left: Rachel Cardona and Erica Holt from Vanguard discuss opportunities with CALS students Brian Caplan, Donald Coon, Alex Feldman and Jack Welchert, all from the Controlled Environment Agriculture Student Association. (Photo: Lynn Ketchum)
Oct. 31, 2017
Rather than asking the questions, recruiters at a "reverse career fair" put on by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences were interviewed by UA students about opportunities.
Jeremiah Pate inspects fruit flies under a microscope in the Zarnescu lab. (Photo: Emily Walla/UANews)
Oct. 24, 2017
Biomedical engineering major Jeremiah Pate isn't wasting time: He's designing satellites that can explore asteroids and proteins that can battle Parkinson's disease.
Education Unidos' logo, designed by a scholarship recipient, illustrates the joint cooperation between two countries that is helping UA South students succeed in the border town of Douglas, Arizona.
Oct. 11, 2017
Education Unidos has graduated all of its scholarship recipients at UA Douglas in its first four years, with funding coming from sources including the UA South Foundation.
UA junior Daryan Singer benefited from the University's strategic investment in financial aid.  (Photo: Stacy Pigott/UANews)
Oct. 4, 2017
A campuswide collaboration to increase student success — driven by in-depth data analysis — led to a significant rise in retention rates, which exceeded the 83 percent goal set by the Arizona Board of Regents. Junior Daryan Singer is one student who has benefited from the renewed focus.
Negar Katirai, Barbara Atwood, Natalie Cafasso and Chris Lloyd were among the UA faculty and students who visited the Arizona Supreme Court in June to hear oral arguments in a family law case.
Sept. 27, 2017
Students at the UA's James E. Rogers College of Law hoped to make a difference as "friends of the court" when they filed an amicus brief with the Arizona Supreme Court.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (left), UA student Charisse White and UA President Robert C. Robbins were on hand for the formal announcement of the Arizona Teachers Academy. (Photo courtesy of Arizona Board of Regents)
Sept. 27, 2017
The Arizona Teachers Academy, designed to bring more teachers to the state's high-needs schools, is drawing at the UA from career changers who are seeking master's degrees to enter the classroom. The new initiative began this fall at each of Arizona's three public universities.
The annual Study Abroad Fair invited UA students to explore more than 100 programs across 60 countries.
Sept. 15, 2017
It's way more than just seeing the sights: UA Study Abroad recently identified intercultural competencies to measure upon a student's return from time abroad. With video.

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