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UA students have begun a wrestling club, refueling their passion for the sport and competing against teams from other schools. Their coach says it has been a promising start.
The traditional image of hackers as threats to cybersecurity is changing, and increasingly they are being seen as innovators who improve existing technologies. UA students have organized Hack Arizona, a three-day event and competition.
New chapter in academic medicine represents a pivotal outcome of Never Settle, the UA's strategic plan, and continues a long-standing affiliation with Banner Health in Arizona. "This merger ... will benefit the entire state," said UA President Ann Weaver Hart.
From their dorm room, two UA students developed NoteBowl, a social learning platform that makes managing classwork easier. Today, there are more than 1,700 student users.
Collaborative health care may help pediatric asthma patients and their families understand their medication and better manage the disease.
The parents of slain journalist James Foley took part in a panel discussion at the UA on the dangers facing journalists in modern times.
The UA's Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing has announced the 2015 presenters at its 19th annual Global Retailing Conference, which will examine how retailers are repositioning themselves for customers.
New technology, the result of a collaboration between the UA and UCLA, provides real-time monitoring of streaming video to optimize network traffic.
Austin Yamada will start on April 6 and bring more than 35 years of experience in national security in government, industry and academia.
Employers' interest is high, and so is that of students seeking to enter the master's program in management information systems at the Eller College of Management.
Three experts take their best shot at "Plummeting Oil Prices: Good News or Bad?" and say there's enough of each kind to go around, depending on how you look at it.
The discovery of the brightest quasar in the early universe, powered by the most massive black hole yet known at that time, presents a puzzle to researchers.
The UA's Renée Duckworth and her co-authors report how mother birds influence the behavior of their male chicks while they are still in the egg, shaping where they will live.
Responding to state and national demands, the UA has doubled down on its efforts to help retain women and other underrepresented groups in the STEM fields. Already the results are promising.
UA-led team is the first to document the longer length of extreme increase. Independent of any hurricanes or winter storms, the event caused flooding along the coast.
Noam Chomsky, a world-renowned linguist, intellectual and political activist, will speak during this year's Tucson Festival of Books, held at the UA in mid-March.
For years, scientists have been trying to give computers the ability to see just as well as humans. A UA cognitive scientist who studies human vision is working toward that goal as part of a multidisciplinary, multi-institutional research team.
UA psychologist Mary-Frances O'Connor will study the relationship between the hormone oxytocin and the experience of grief, and it could open the door to new therapies.
Director of Athletics Greg Byrne has invested in top-notch academic support services to get student-athletes the help they need to stay on track in the classroom.
Top academic performers say they're already looking beyond their athletic careers as Wildcats, and they're using resources and time-management skills to make the most of sports and school.