Never Settle

A researcher prepares to deploy a robotic float into the Southern Ocean, the water body surrounding Antarctica. The floats are lowered over the side of the vessel on a rope and slide off the rope once in the water. (Photo: Hannah Zanowski)
June 8, 2016
With the help of the UA-led national data management project CyVerse, three agencies are funding a study of the Earth's climate with robotic floats and supercomputers.
Children who live on farms, where they are exposed to sources of environmental bacteria such as livestock and dusty barns, are less likely to develop asthma.
May 6, 2016
A national clinical study, led by UA Health Sciences, will be funded by a $27 million federal grant — and it could lead to a preventive medicine that would be a landmark achievement in the history of asthma research.
May 6, 2016
Students learn that active, participatory activities are being used to engage the public.
April 28, 2016
UA alumnus and entrepreneur Kara Aquilano Forney was recently hired to serve as UA Online’s director of corporate initiatives and business development to guide the expansion of corporate partnerships meant to broaden access to a UA degree.
(Photo: Paul O'Mara)
April 11, 2016
Sociologist Ronald Breiger, photographer Frank Gohlke and astronomer Renu Malhotra are the UA's newest Regents' Professors and will be honored at a ceremony next January.
Graduates of the Noyce Border Scholars Program will receive a master's in education and will serve in one of 13 high-need school districts in Cochise, Santa Cruz or Pima counties.
April 8, 2016
A National Science Foundation grant will launch the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program to recruit and train students to serve as STEM teachers in high-need schools along the border.
March 23, 2016
The UA's camera has revealed a Red Planet that is anything but dead.
Students work on projects under the guidance of laboratory manager Paulus Musters in the College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture, where the Sustainable Pedagogy has been implemented. (Photo: FJ Gaylor)
March 21, 2016
Most higher-education institutions offer a small sampling of courses that focus on sustainability, but the UA has introduced an award-winning curriculum devoted to training students in sustainable design.
According to the "Report on Civic Engagement, Community Service, Social Accounting and Economic Impact: 2000-2015," 655 active Coverdell Fellows at the UA gave 323,450 hours of volunteer service worth over $6.5 million dollars of economic impact. One such example is a tree planting activity at Challenger High School (Photo: Georgia Ehlers/UA Graduate College)
Feb. 25, 2016
As home to one of the largest Paul D. Coverdell Fellows programs in the country, the UA benefits from Peace Corps volunteers who bring back valuable experiences from more than 50 countries.