The UA's Heidi L. Pottinger writes that active-shooter drills cause trauma for children, potentially impacting their education and health outcomes.
The UA's Jennifer Schnellmann is interviewed about her ideas to make pharmacology courses accessible to undergraduates and nonspecialists.
The University of Arizona has announced the hiring of Ronald A. Wilson as Title IX director following a nationwide search.
New research shows that the world's oceans have been soaking up far more excess heat in recent decades than scientists realized. The UA's Joellen Russell is interviewed.
Carolyn Lukensmeyer discusses whether there is a deep national pessimism about the outlook for peaceful politics in the U.S.
The discovery of a 10-year-old's body at an ancient Roman site in Italy suggests measures were taken to prevent the child from rising from the dead.
A top-10 ranking by the UA space science program leads a strong overall showing by the university in the 2019 Best Global Universities rankings.
UA researchers have pinpointed a dominant genetic mutation that makes cotton bollworms resistant to genetically engineered cotton.
New research suggests that typically developing young children retain new information better after taking a nap, but the opposite is true in children with Down syndrome.