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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.
ASUA and Arizona Public Media are co-hosting a Sept. 21 public forum with candidates in Arizona's November gubernatorial election.
UA scientists, including entomology expert Bruce Tabashnik, are on the leading edge of an approach to tackle global challenges in food security, emerging diseases and biodiversity loss.