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A three-year grant created Project Lifeline, enabling the UA's Campus Health Service and its partners to collaborate on suicide prevention.
The UA, one of only eight sites in the nation chosen to participate in a major STEM education initiative, is innovating with course redesigns and unique faculty programs.
The UA was 121st in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings of the best colleges and universities in the nation. The UA also ranked No. 31 on the publication’s list of best colleges for veterans.
A UA study finds that objects in our visual environment needn’t be seen in order to impact decision making. The research suggests that subconscious processing actually widens a person's field of vision.
To a nation, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was one of the most influential leaders in American history. To Nina Gibson of the Tucson area, he was Grandpa. The Roosevelt family legacy is the subject of a new Ken Burns documentary that will air on Sept. 14 on PBS 6 and run through Sept. 20.
KXCI, Tucson's community radio station, has been working in partnership with the UA's Undergraduate Biology Research Program to highlight the work of undergraduate researchers. UA students conducting research at the University or in labs abroad speak about their work and their experiences.
"Arizona Illustrated" will continue is its legacy of engaging southern Arizona's viewers with thought-provoking, diverse stories. The Arizona Public Media series premieres Sept. 7.
Old Main's renovation was designed to return the building to its important stance as the heart of campus, accentuating its role as the keeper of history and legacy and a space for all communities. The building, which reopened shortly before the start of the academic year, now has spaces meant to draw students, employees, alumni and University supporters while working to build community cohesion.