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Casey Solem and Brian Geyer, part of the inaugural class at the UA College of Medicine – Phoenix, are together again as practicing emergency-room physicians.
The big event: Lunar Eclipse Night on Sunday, Sept. 27, when the full moon will pass through the shadow of the Earth.
The gift from UA alumni Philip and Kathe Gust, announced by the school at this week's 100th anniversary commemoration, supports field research for graduate students and keeps the Arizona NOW campaign ahead of pace.
The festival will highlight insects’ roles in maintaining healthy ecosystems, enhancing crop productivity, pollinating plants, affecting urban environments and spreading disease.
The scope of the School of Anthropology has grown tremendously, but it continues its strong tradition in archaeology. Students regularly engage in internships, field work and other activities.
Amanda Tachine, who earned her doctorate in higher education in May, has been recognized by President Barack Obama for her work in the Native American community.
Research from the UA’s Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research reveals a "snow drought" that has implications for water use and wildfires. "Our study points to the extreme character of the 2014-15 winter," says the UA's Valerie Trouet.
The site on campus is part of the UA's Greek Centennial Campaign, and it will be dedicated on Oct. 23 during homecoming weekend. Rivera is a member of the UA Class of 1965.
The iconic structure, with its slot canyon design, nearly 300 artistic inlays and Sonoran Desert-inspired décor, is a representation of the UA's commitment to promote interdisciplinary research.
The Affordable Care Act, same-sex marriage, property rights and congressional redistricting are some of the high-profile issues from the 2014 Supreme Court term that will be reviewed by legal experts.
The University of Arizona Press is collaborating with The Feminist Wire to cover topics that include U.S. popular culture, media and politics.
Codelucida, a company housed at the Arizona Center for Innovation within the UA Tech Park, is developing a disruptive error-correction technology for next-generation solid-state drives.
Management information systems program in the Eller College of Management moves up a spot to No. 4 nationally.
UA researchers are laying the foundation for software that would bridge the gap between what biomedical science knows about cancer and how doctors can apply it.
Robin Reineke, a UA anthropology doctoral student who co-founded a family advocacy organization, is working to identify those who have lost their lives in the desert.
UA alumni Jim Richard and May Carr set out to design a building that reflected unique aspects of the surrounding Sonoran desert, while establishing a new standard for campus sustainability. The Environment and Natural Resources Phase 2, or ENR2, building has its dedication today.
UA anthropologist Tom Sheridan has had a long-standing interest in the preservation of open space and biodiversity in the American West, blending the needs of lands and people.
A new device, created by a collaborative team of UA engineers and scientists, has commercial potential and may save precious time in the hospital emergency room of the future.
At the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona's farm in west Tucson, anthropology interns grow their own food and research the farm's impact on the surrounding community.
Near the entrance of the Joel D. Valdez Main Library in downtown Tucson stands an old card catalog, its drawers stuffed with the makings of basil, cucumbers, wildflowers and more.