UA in the News - 2012

Dec. 20, 2012
Sally Stevens, executive director of the UA’s Southwest Institute for Research on Women, or SIROW, has been named one of Tucson Weekly’s top 10 local heroes of the year.
Dec. 19, 2012
The Grand Canyon may not have formed as the result of the flooding of an ancient lake as previously thought, according to a new study by a UA emeritus professor of geology.
Dec. 19, 2012
The UA Integrative Health Center in Phoenix offers primary care but also acupuncture, chiropractic treatments, yoga classes, nutritional advice and physical training.
Dec. 18, 2012
A UA entomologist’s sighting of the leggiest creature on Earth, a 750-legged millipede, made National Geographic’s list of the year’s strangest stories.
Dec. 17, 2012
Dr. Gordon A. Ewy, director of the UA Sarver Heart Center, has announced that he will retire after 43 years at the University. Ewy led the development of "hands only" CPR.
Dec. 17, 2012
The nearly 8,000 trees of the UA campus reflect more than a century of scientific research on appropriate species for semi-arid climates and evolving tastes in landscape design.
Dec. 14, 2012
Arizona kindergartners who attend charter schools are more than twice as likely as their public-school counterparts to skip vaccines because their parents choose to opt out.
Dec. 14, 2012
The UA's Charles Stafford is developing technology to turn waste heat from sources such as roof-top solar panels and automobile and factory exhausts into electrical energy.
Dec. 13, 2012
The UA's winter commencement is Dec. 15. For the more than 2,400 new grads about to enter the workforce, there is a welcome greeting: Companies are bouncing back.