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FSHD Doctoral Student receives Centennial Award

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Congratulations to Henry Gonzalez, who has been awarded the Centennial Award for Doctoral Students. This award is given annually by the University of Arizona Division of Student Affairs to two doctoral students.

Congratulations to Henry Gonzalez, who has been awarded the Centennial Award for Doctoral Students. Read more »

Contact Email: 
henryg@email.arizona.edu

Student Retail Popup Stores in Downtown Tucson

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27 RCSC students have been hard at work in a very unique retailing entrepreneurship project.  Last spring, the students grouped together into nine teams of three students each.  When the fall semester started, each team began work on developing a business plan for opening a retail venture specifically for downtown Tucson.  

This academic year, 27 RCSC students have been hard at work in a very unique retailing entrepreneurship project. Read more »

News Contact: 
Scott Hessell
Contact Email: 
shessell@email.arizona.edu

Dr. Michael Staten's Credit Reporting Reform article published in American Banker

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Michael Staten holds the Take Charge America endowed chair, where he is also director of the T.C.A Institute for Consumer Financial Education and Research. Staten was a principle investigator on the FTC's credit report accuracy study published in 2013. Here he shares his article "Where Credit Report Reforms Fall Short"

The news that the three largest credit bureaus have Read more »

News Contact: 
Michael E. Staten, Ph.D.
Contact Email: 
statenm@email.arizona.edu

McClelland Institute Faculty assist in study: Dog bacteria might benefit human health

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Fido’s licks and tummy rubs just might be good for your health.Arizona researchers are studying the biological connection between humans and dogs that could be shared through saliva, skin, and even feces.

Fido’s licks and tummy rubs just might be good for your health. Read more »

News Contact: 
Netzin G. Steklis, M.A.
Contact Email: 
nsteklis@email.arizona.edu

Retailers to Explore Serving the Customer “Everywhere at Once” at TJL Center Conference

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The Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing at the University of Arizona today announced the 2015 presenters at its 19th Annual Global Retailing Conference, April 23-24 at the Westin La Paloma Resort in Tucson.

The Terry J. Read more »

Norton's Dr. Melissa Barnett honored with Shirley O’Brien Diversity Award

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Please join us in congratulating Dr. Melissa Barnett, the recipient of the Shirley O’Brien Diversity Award from CALS!

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) values diversity in its people and programs and strives to foster a diverse, fair, and respectful community. Read more »

News Contact: 
Melissa A. Barnett, Ph.D.
Contact Email: 
barnettm@arizona.edu

Norton's Dr. Michael Staten contributes to recent panel, "Plummeting Oil Prices: Good News or Bad?"

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Historical perspective, consumer impact and even predictions (prices won't stay low) are covered by a panel of three experts at the Eller College of Management.

Historical perspective, consumer impact and even predictions (prices won't stay low) are covered by a panel of three experts at the Eller College of Management.

News Contact: 
Michael E. Staten, Ph.D.
Contact Email: 
statenm@email.arizona.edu

Professor Emily A. Butler's study recently highlighted on Good Morning America!

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Congratulations to Emily Butler, an associate professor of family studies and human development, who is leading a study that looks at how certain relationship dynamics in romantic couples might lead to unhealthy habits and ultimately unwanted weight gain.

UA researcher Emily Butler will look at how couples might use food to feel closer, avoid conflict or cope with tension in the relationship. Read more »

News Contact: 
Emily A. Butler, Ph.D.
Contact Email: 
eabutler@u.arizona.edu

Professor Raison Discovers How Sitting in a Hot Tent Can Ease Depression

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Dr. Charles Raison is at the forefront of challenging the traditional notion that depression is exclusively a brain illness. His holistic mind-brain-body approach has sparked success in recent clinical trials exploring the effect of heat regulation processes

A high-tech heated tent is being tested as a possible new treatment for pain and depression. Read more »

News Contact: 
Charles Raison, M.D.
Contact Email: 
craison@email.arizona.edu

Dr. Stephen T. Russell's new study reveals LGBT teens have better self-esteem

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A new study has found lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender teenagers who openly share their sexual orientation in school have a higher self esteem than those who do not. 

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - A new study has found lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender teenagers who openly share their sexual orientation in school have a higher self esteem than those who d Read more »

News Contact: 
Stephen T. Russell, Ph.D.
Contact Email: 
strussell@arizona.edu


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