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NIEHS meeting addresses a range of topics, including environmental effects on obesity, epigenetics, metabolic disease and cancer, and the social and legal implications of environmental health issues.
Politics have become a taboo topic for many. Documentary filmmaker Julie Winokur hopes to change that with her film and community engagement campaign "Bring It to the Table," which she brought to the UA.
As part of its centennial celebration and coinciding with National Food Month, the UA School of Anthropology is highlighting faculty and student research on the topic of food.
As part of the recently launched UA Online, a General Education Academy will deliver fully online composition courses, as well as other core courses such as second-language training for students who require it.
Students who recently have received a parking citation on campus may be able to have the fine significantly reduced or waived entirely, thanks to a new diversion program adopted by the UA.
New research led by the UA suggests that tweets by asthma sufferers, coupled with information on air quality, could help hospitals better predict ER resource and staffing needs.
UA law school graduate made history in 1974 when he became the first Mexican-American to be elected governor of Arizona. He later served two presidents as a U.S. ambassador.
The donation from Ram and Meera Krishna will go toward construction of an outpatient facility at the UA Cancer Center at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center/Dignity Health in Phoenix.
Students who already are in the Guaranteed Tuition Plan would see no increase in tuition and mandatory fees for the 2015-16 academic year, and the offer would be extended to continuing students.
A UA-led team of astronomers has found that the expansion of the universe since the Big Bang might not be quite as fast as textbooks say, thanks to a diversity of supernovae.
Principles from biological systems that are parallel to human systems may provide ways of understanding how human groups — and even terrorist organizations — function.
"Family Affair" and "The Perfect Victim" are new episodes of the acclaimed independent film series "America ReFramed," airing on the WORLD Channel.
Even at the college level, a skilled catcher such as the UA's Riley Moore must be capable of complex statistical analysis, have lightning-fast judgment and have highly developed organizational and leadership skills.
"Marking Time to a Changing Climate," a new collaborative exhibit at the UA, illustrates ways that the humanities are being used to explore issues in scientific research and discovery.
Mackenzie Romriell is a mother, a teacher, a student pursuing her doctorate and a singer — and she still has room for an opera at the UA.
The state's only public veterinary medical education program, scheduled to launch in 2016, hopes to address rural veterinarian shortages and offer unique practical experience while holding down student costs.
With 28 student clubs participating, this year's edition could be the biggest one yet in promoting engineering to the UA campus and the community.
Speakers, performances, movie nights and a graduation ceremony are being held at the University in recognition of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
See Me Smoke-Free, the first multibehavioral mobile health app designed to help women quit smoking, eat well and get moving, is now available for free on the Google Play Store.
A group of UA School of Architecture students was presented with a unique challenge: Repurpose the salvaged wood that made up Old Main's veranda for more than 120 years.