Recent News

April 20, 2018
Can desert cities such as Tucson and Phoenix sustain us, in light of their scarce water supplies, sweltering climate and rising population? UA experts Sharon Megdal (water), Ladd Keith (heat) and Christopher Domin (architecture) have reason for optimism. With video.
UA alumnus Terry J. Lundgren is known for his generosity of time and expertise with students. (Photo courtesy of the Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences)
April 20, 2018
Contributions by alumnus Terry J. Lundgren and his supporters in the fashion and retailing industries will benefit a range of programs and educational enhancements at the UA.
The new major in the Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences will prepare students for employment in financial services careers and qualify them to take the Certified Financial Planning Certification Examination.
April 20, 2018
The UA now offers a CFP Board-registered undergraduate degree program in financial planning.
Katheryne Willock
April 19, 2018
Katheryne "Kate" Willock, who died in January 2017, was an archaeologist whose investment in UA Libraries already has had a significant impact on many students.
Todd Fletcher, Leah Durán and Bob Holl, founder of Learning A-Z
April 19, 2018
Leah Durán will be the third Richard Ruiz Scholar/Artist in Residence, making her the first College of Education faculty member to fill the visiting scholar position in Guanajuato, Mexico.
Assistant professor Mike Barker (right) and graduate student Zheng Li review data from their bioinformatic search.
April 19, 2018
According to a team led by Michael S. Barker, the duplication of whole genomes has occurred many times during the evolution of insects, the most diverse group of animals.
(Composite image: Bob Demers/UANews)
April 18, 2018
A young cyber operations program, based on the UA South campus but fully online, provides students with uncommon hands-on training for a wealth of career opportunities. With UANews video. This is the final installment in the eight-part series Fast Forward, which has examined the UA's role in the convergence of the digital, physical and biological worlds.
The lesser long-nosed bat is an important pollinator of cactuses in the Southwest. (Courtesy of Bruce D. Taubert/Bat Conservation International)
April 18, 2018
Once endangered, the bat has been delisted and is now flourishing. Efforts such as Flowers for Bats will ensure the bat continues to thrive in the Southwestern U.S. and Mexico.
(Photo: Bob Demers/UANews)
April 18, 2018
Courtesy of UANews videographer Bob Demers and a 360-degree camera, here's a fresh angle on a UA tradition that is one of the largest student-run carnivals in the country.

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