UA Strategic Plan Draws Wide Interest on Campus
Discussion groups at a well-attended kickoff event tackled the question: What impact will the University have on students, society and the community in 10 years?
Humans Help Solve Problems Computers Can't
Luis von Ahn, a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon University and the inventor of CAPTCHAs, was the fourth speaker in the College of Science lecture series.
UA Research Activity Tops $622M in Fiscal 2017
Research and development expenditures surpassed the previous year's total by more than $18 million and exceeded the target set by the Arizona Board of Regents by more than $11 million.
Students Get Rare Glimpse Into Microsoft Executive's Style
UA alumnus Kurt DelBene's secrets to successful leadership include staying "deep in the weeds" of engineering while always operating from a business perspective.
Machines as Co-Workers: A New Era Is Upon Us
It's still a long way to get from data to wisdom, said Nirav Merchant, director of the UA's Data Science Institute, in his lecture on "Working Alongside Thinking Machines."
Applications Open for Tillman Scholars Program
The UA is one of 15 institutions partnering with the Pat Tillman Foundation, and the deadline is March 1 for eligible active-duty service members, veterans and military spouses.
Robbins Introduces UA Science Series
The UA president's focus on the convergence of the physical, digital and biological worlds will be addressed by "Humans, Data and Machines," which launched Monday night with a lecture on algorithms and artificial intelligence by UA professor Stephen Kobourov.