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University's strengths underscored by opening of Arizona trade office in Mexico City and conference of North American institutions in Tucson.
The Wildcats will take on USC in football Saturday as part of Family Weekend, a celebration of UA pride with events designed to educate, inform and engage.
"The Documented Border," an innovative project led by UA journalism and art faculty and also archivists, provides uncensored stories shared by Mexican journalists and migrants.
Third annual event featured insight on acupuncture and food therapy from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings are among the most comprehensive global rankings, using 13 performance indicators to examine a university’s strengths.
The College of Optical Sciences is leading an international effort to develop the technology of tomorrow.
The UA College of Education has received three new federal grants totaling $2.5 million to increase the number of qualified master's-level rehabilitation counselors available for hire in Arizona and in other parts of the country.
Five UA faculty members will explore the ways that food brings comfort and joy but also remains a source of stress and socioeconomic vulnerability.
Geishas and Harajuku girls, cosmopolitan women during the German Weimar Republic and modern women of Berlin are among the topics faculty will discuss during Humanities Week.
Turning ideas into business is the business of Tech Launch Arizona and its various programs and workshops.
A formal ribbon cutting and tour will be held Oct. 8 to reintroduce the fully restored Old Main as the center of the UA campus.
A large bequest to the UA Foundation from the estate of Agnese Nelms Haury, a longtime friend of the University, has pushed the Arizona NOW fundraising campaign past the billion-dollar mark.
How does an event, such as the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, spiral into a movement? Don't underestimate the role of social media, UA sociologists say.