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May 20, 2020
Geographer Jason Jurjevich discusses "hard-to-count" populations in Arizona and how the COVID-19 pandemic has created additional challenges for ensuring an accurate census.
May 20, 2020
UArizona tied for No. 68 overall and tied for No. 29 among public universities in the first QS U.S. University Rankings. UArizona's highest category ranking was in research.
The Arizona Repertory Theatre canceled its production of "The Light in the Piazza" before the set could be completed. (Photo courtesy of Hank Stratton)
May 19, 2020
Experts from the College of Fine Arts say this is a good time to focus on creating your own art, in addition to taking in your favorite movies, shows, books and music.
Wickenburg Community Hospital in Maricopa County is one of 16 hospitals in rural Arizona to receive COVID-19 relief funds through the Small Rural Hospital Improvement Program under the UArizona Center for Rural Health. (Photo: UArizona Center for Rural Health)
May 18, 2020
The Health Resources and Services Administration awarded $1.35 million to the UArizona Center for Rural Health to support 16 hospitals in rural Arizona.
Ying-hui Chou will couple the power of MRI technology with transcranial magnetic stimulation to improve memory function in patients with mild cognitive impairment.
May 18, 2020
Ying-hui Chou, an assistant professor of psychology, hopes to learn more about how to prevent memory loss and enhance brain function in patients with mild cognitive impairment.
May 15, 2020
In the battle to slow or prevent the transmission of viruses, such as the novel coronavirus, continuously acting disinfectants could provide a new line of defense, according to a UArizona study.
Antibody testing offered by the University of Arizona in partnership with the state kicked off on April 30 in Pima County and will now expand statewide. The effort includes testing 250,000 health care workers and first responders across Arizona. (Photo: Chris Richards/University of Arizona)
May 15, 2020
Overall, there will be 31 antibody testing sites across the state, with additional sites becoming available as needed.
Commencement keynote speaker Alison Levine, a history-making mountaineer and university alumna, addresses graduates in a video filmed for the virtual 2020 Commencement. "You are resilient, you are creative, you have learned to sacrifice, to pivot and to keep going when you thought you couldn't," Levine said. "You are the fiercest Wildcat class ever."
May 15, 2020
History-making mountaineer and alumna Alison Levine shares with the "fiercest Wildcat class" lessons from climbing Mount Everest during the university's first-ever virtual Commencement.
COVID-19's impact on the human respiratory system is well-documented, but what does it do to the brain? Researchers have set out to answer that question. (Illustration: Miles Fujimoto/College of Science)
May 15, 2020
COVID-19's impact on the respiratory system is well-documented, but what does it do to the brain? Researchers hope to answer that question in a new study.

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