Ann Weaver Hart

President Ann Weaver Hart: "I am very proud of everything we have achieved and of the foundations we have set for the future."
April 5, 2017
The Arizona Board of Regents has presented Ann Weaver Hart, the first woman president in UA history, with the Regents' Medal. Hart will receive the designation of president emerita effective June 1, when she is succeeded by Dr. Robert C. Robbins. The Never Settle strategic plan heads a lengthy list of Hart's accomplishments over nearly five years.
(Photo: Paul O'Mara)
Nov. 21, 2016
UA President Ann Weaver Hart and other senior leaders emphasize the University's differentiated student experience, its research and health care objectives, and its financial strength and stability in presenting the 2016 Operational and Financial Review to the Arizona Board of Regents.
UA President Ann Weaver Hart
June 13, 2016
Ann Weaver Hart, the University's 21st president and its first woman to hold that position, will not seek an extension when her contract expires but plans to continue at the UA in the capacity of full-time faculty member.
Aug. 11, 2014
Though she never met him, the great-granddaughter of Old Main's original architect has conducted research and interviews that paint a picture of a rough and tough family man who worked hard and placed a high value on education.
April 30, 2014
Here are some of the top stories out of the UA during the month of April.
March 20, 2014
UA administrators such as Maria Teresa Velez, Melinda Burke and Edie Auslander have made significant contributions to the economic and social wellbeing of University communities both on and off campus. This is the second in a five-part series honoring UA women.
Feb. 7, 2014
The 41st annual President's Concert is the second concert for UA President Ann Weaver Hart.
July 11, 2013
UA President Ann Weaver Hart has been recognized as one of the "50 Most Influential Women in Arizona Business." Compiled by Arizona Business Magazine, the list includes leaders from a broad range of disciplines and sectors who are noted for being largely influential in transforming communities around the state.