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Ann Weaver Hart, the University's 21st president and its first woman to hold that position, will not seek an extension when her contract expires but plans to continue at the UA in the capacity of full-time faculty member.
Arizona's baseball team will open play on Saturday against Miami (Fla.), and the against-all-odds Wildcats have a chance to win a second NCAA title in five years. With video.
Two pieces of Bisbee-born azurite — one of which traveled the world — met again by chance, thanks to the eagle eye of a student worker. Here's the story of how it happened.
Respecting the various needs of students, UA Online introduced Launch Pad, allowing students to engage as much as they felt was necessary prior to starting classes.
The surprising Wildcats, now two wins away from the College World Series, will begin a best-of-three series against Mississippi State on Friday in Starkville, Mississippi.
Wesley Stiner implemented programming during and after his career as a Marine in support of service members in distress. Seven other UA students are continuing Tillman Scholars.
A new instrument for studying a biological model of the human gastrointestinal tract mimics the actual conditions and processes that occur within the intestine. UA and University of Luxembourg scientists have been working with Tech Launch Arizona on bringing the device to market.
Purchasing a car can be a stressful experience, but the Car Smart mobile app makes the process a little more enjoyable — or less wearisome — by teaching teens and young adults about the key steps in the process.
Ben Wu has been chosen as one of only three undergraduate speakers for the Beckman Symposium in August, which will be attended by researchers from around the world.
With the help of the UA-led national data management project CyVerse, three agencies are funding a study of the Earth's climate with robotic floats and supercomputers.
Thandiwe Mweetwa, currently pursuing a master's degree in natural resources conservation at the UA, has spent time in her native Zambia studying lion populations.
The astronomy professor has been awarded a Radcliffe Institute fellowship to explore the edges of known physics and exchange ideas with scientists, artists and filmmakers.
The program will partner with the UA's Office of Early Academic Outreach and UA higher-education researcher Nolan L. Cabrera to expand support for middle school boys.
The Aedes aegypti mosquito, which is spreading the Zika virus in Latin America and the Caribbean, is expected to increase in numbers across the Southern and Eastern U.S.
Representatives of 12 universities in seven countries will learn about research collaborations, student mobility ventures and language learning programs.
Two images taken by Erich Karkoschka, as part of UA research on the atmospheres of Jupiter and Uranus, have been selected by the U.S. Postal Service for a set of special-edition stamps. The official release is Tuesday.
The University is home to one of the top programs in the country, combining the advantages of a world-class research institution with the kinds of outdoor activities typically found only at smaller schools.
UA students and alumni receive hundreds of thousands of dollars in National Science Foundation funding by their acceptance into the Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
UA researcher Jennifer Barton, who is leading a $1 million project funded by the National Cancer Institute, is identifying biomarkers and creating optical imaging tools to screen for a form of cancer often called a “silent killer.”
The next stop will be the near-Earth asteroid Bennu for the spacecraft, which will undergo final testing and fueling at the Kennedy Space Center before its September launch.