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The center will receive federal and state funds over the next five years to continue its mission of improving the health and wellness of rural and vulnerable populations.
Mapping Q, an innovative community arts education program in which youth explore representations of self, includes two exhibitions and a film screening this year.
Pitchers JC Cloney and Cameron Ming combine for a shutout of UC Santa Barbara as Arizona moves on to a rematch Friday with Oklahoma State in Omaha, Nebraska.
Six experts from the University can offer comment and perspective on various aspects of the recent tragedy in Orlando, Florida.
When it's 110-plus outside, you need to move it indoors, and fortunately our campus has plenty of options for that.
Ann Weaver Hart, the University's 21st president and its first woman to hold that position, will not seek an extension when her contract expires but plans to continue at the UA in the capacity of full-time faculty member.
The astronomy professor has been awarded a Radcliffe Institute fellowship to explore the edges of known physics and exchange ideas with scientists, artists and filmmakers.
The University is home to one of the top programs in the country, combining the advantages of a world-class research institution with the kinds of outdoor activities typically found only at smaller schools.
Representatives of 12 universities in seven countries will learn about research collaborations, student mobility ventures and language learning programs.
An automated cleaner for industrial chillers imagined by Alan Wall provides an example of how innovation can spring from any part of the University. With UANews video.
The UA is bringing together an interdisciplinary team of researchers to address the multiple challenges of a rapidly evolving "transportation ecosystem."
Speakers at the UA's 152nd Commencement encouraged the Class of 2016 to forge cross-cultural ties that build trust and to engage in bold actions that enrich the community. With must-see UANews video coverage.
Kasey Urquidez, the UA's vice president of enrollment management and student affairs, says she enjoys each new edition of the big day in May. With UANews video.