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A six-week summer camp benefits children who have had difficulty acquiring language skills through interactions with their parents, teachers and peers. The UA's researchers and clinicians also learn plenty. With UANews video.
"Puzzles, Proofs and Patterns," an exhibit on the UA campus, demonstrates how concepts learned in school about math are both interconnected and relevant. (It's fun, too.)
UA cultural historian Tyina Steptoe examines Houston’s transformation into an ethnically diverse urban area and also how popular musicians impact ideas about gender.
As part of "Looking China," Kaylah Rasmussen will have two weeks to make a short documentary film in the Fujian Province — and will be mostly on her own.
A group of nine UA graduate students has received $45,000 in funding under the Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry's 2016-2017 Graduate Fellowships program.
Melissa Sevigny, author of "Under Desert Skies: How Tucson Mapped the Way to the Moon and Planets," talks in a Q&A about the history of the UA's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory.
A group including 19 student veterans will accompany World War II and Korean War veterans to Washington, D.C., this weekend on a trip to visit memorials and show appreciation.
The assistant professor of physics will use the funds to expand our understanding of dark energy, the mysterious substance making up 70 percent of the universe's energy content.
The UA Mall and the Mount Lemmon SkyCenter are featured in the first episode of the six-part science series "Genius by Stephen Hawking."
Tech Launch Arizona, via its Asset Development Program, puts resources toward preparing unpolished inventions for the commercial world.
Audiology joins elite programs in management information systems, rehabilitation counseling, speech-language pathology and earth sciences in the 2017 rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
From its beginnings in a tiny room in El Portal to cramped quarters off campus in Babcock Hall, the UA Campus Pantry’s new space in the Student Union creates new possibilities for improving food security and garnering resources.
Ranked as one of the nation's top 20 public research universities, the UA expects to reach three-quarters of a billion dollars in research expenditures in the next decade.
The UA's first-round game Thursday night in the NCAA Tournament is about as far as you can get from the friendly confines of McKale Center. Providence, Rhode Island, is a 39-hour drive from Tucson.
Journals that are made available to all, free of charge and with unrestricted use, are shifting the research paradigm. Four open-access proponents from the UA address a contentious subject affecting scholarly publications.
A committee of climate experts that includes the UA's Kathy Jacobs says that it's possible to attribute changes in the frequency or severity of some extreme weather events to climate change.
With space becoming "increasingly congested and contested," a new UA research initiative in space object behavioral sciences is described as vital to national interests.
Hosted by the UA's BIO5 Institute, the College of Science, and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, it gives visitors to the Tucson Festival of Books the opportunity to learn about research and experience innovation.
A UA-led study, the first to examine the instrumental historical record, discovers that temperature has played a larger role in streamflow and in exacerbating drought.
Faculty members Matthias Morzfeld and Eduardo Rozo are among 126 to be awarded the fellowships, which provide $55,000 to distinguished early-career researchers.