Recent News

May 3, 2018
The historic $60 million award for the All of Us Research Program will accelerate pursuit of tailored health care, in which strategies are optimized based on patients' differences.
Gilbert G. Aguirre
May 3, 2018
Two honorary doctorates will be granted during Commencement, to Southern California rancher Gilbert "Gil" Aguirre and United Arab Emirates businessman Mohammed Sharaf.
Carol Barnes
May 3, 2018
Carol Barnes has produced groundbreaking research on how the brain changes during the course of normal aging — and the consequences those changes have on memory and information processing.
From left: Daniel Medrano, Madison Elizabeth Cooper, Jarod C. Weber, Dani McEachern and Gabriella Romano celebrate winning the Raytheon Award for Best Overall Design at the College of Engineering's 2018 Design Day.
May 2, 2018
A laser-guided device to simplify ankle replacement surgery took the top prize, worth $5,000, at Monday's annual College of Engineering capstone event. "This is the best day of the year," said Larry Head, the college's acting dean. With UANews 360-degree video and interviews of students.
When children share musical experiences with their parents growing up, they report having better relationships with their parents as young adults, according to a new study.
May 2, 2018
Researchers found that young men and women who shared musical experiences with their parents during childhood report having better relationships with their moms and dads.
May 1, 2018
The UA was ranked in nine areas of study in the Philosophical Gourmet Report, which covers hundreds of doctorate-granting philosophy programs in the English-speaking world.
Leah Kaplan (front, with red pompon) let her school spirit show at UA football games. (Photo: UA Alumni Association)
May 1, 2018
Four more graduating students talk about their experiences at the UA, from their funniest stories to their favorite professors and campus hangouts, in our second installment.
Artist's rendering of a giant ground sloth being hunted by humans. Recently discovered footprints provide the first evidence that this scenario may have occurred in North America during the late Ice Age. (Illustration: Alex McClelland/Bournemouth University)
April 30, 2018
Researchers found fossilized human footprints inside the ancient footprints of a giant ground sloth, leading them to believe a human may have stalked the animal at the end of the Ice Age.
Hillary Viswanathan, who will graduate from the UA College of Nursing, was named a Pillars of Excellence Student Scholar. In addition to her academic studies, she teaches fitness classes at the Ott YMCA, but considers her work as a mother to be her finest achievement.
April 25, 2018
Three graduating students talk about their experiences at the University of Arizona, from their funniest stories to their favorite professors and campus hangouts.

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