UA economists have launched a new app with economic data about Tucson and the state.
Former UA soil specialist Gordon Dutt is credited with spawning the idea for winemaking in Arizona.
Yuma's Field to Feast tours introduce participants to the city's agricultural areas and allow people to harvest produce and eat a meal made from what they pick.
During the annual Economic Outlook Luncheon, UA economists predicted continued growth in the coming year.
Richard Carmona, a UA Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health professor, advocates for improved health literacy in this opinion piece.
Tyler Meier, the UA Poetry Center's executive director, discusses the center's ongoing financial investment in the writing and publishing of poetry.
Exercise has mental benefits, experts say. UA biological anthropologist David Raichlen, who is investigating whether our ancestors' athleticism may have accelerated the evolution of their intelligence millions of years ago, suggests that our brains may actually be a product of our brawn.
A group of colleges from across the country, including the UA, is building a program called American Honors to create honors programs within community colleges. The program is aimed at producing high-achieving community college graduates and making it easier for them to transfer into bachelor's programs.
Charles Gerba, a professor of environmental microbiology in the UA's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, weighs in on the hygiene of dishwashing sponges in this article about new marketing efforts by sponge manufacturers.