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In a seven-week survey of eight high-poverty Tucson neighborhoods, students found that many of the poor are employed and not receiving assistance.
A collaborative study received approval in early May to begin accepting human subjects, in an effort to determine whether older adults suffering from prolonged hearing loss receive a cognitive boost after cochlear implant surgery.
Inaugural gathering will bring together more than 60 preservationists, scholars and community advocates from across the country to discuss cultural heritage issues.
Sampling the world's oceans aboard the Tara Oceans research vessel, a UA-led international team uncovered new information about the ways marine viruses and microbes interact.
As museums explore new lighting technologies to enhance viewing without damaging artwork, a UA team is developing an LED system that draws from the world of optical science.
Funding will cover programming such as readings, lectures and school visits for 2015-2016 — and it comes at a critical time, said the center's director, Tyler Meier.
After years of polishing to perfection, the telescope mirror that is expected to revolutionize our view of the cosmos has left the UA's Richard F. Caris Mirror Lab. Its destination: Chile.
The recent restoration of Old Main, a UA campus treasure, brought state and regional awards this month for its planning, design and construction team.
Wrapping up our Commencement 2015 coverage, we bring you the inspirational story of Earl Mitchell, who kept a college degree in his sights since leaving the UA in 2010.
Undergraduate researchers Alison Comrie, Travis Sawyer and Jeannie Wilkening have been selected as national Goldwater Scholars for their study in STEM-related fields.
More than 70 percent support government action to reduce global warming, and a majority of state residents believe people are at least partly to blame for warmer temperatures.
Tens of thousands attended the UA's 151st Commencement, where the Class of 2015 was encouraged to lead unselfish lives and help bring change to the world. More than 5,600 eligible students received their undergraduate and graduate degrees.
The U19 team, which will compete in this summer's World Championships in Greece, is one of five national teams for USA Basketball.
The 14-minute "A Human Climate" tracks scientists as they investigate the climate that prevailed when key hominin fossils such as Lucy and Turkana Boy were alive.
The college will confer 183 degrees in its centennial commencement and also will recognize the first four students to receive the nation's only Bachelor in Law degree.
Congratulations to these recently honored University programs and employees.
UA President Ann Weaver Hart will confer degrees upon thousands of eligible graduates during the 151st Commencement on Saturday night in Arizona Stadium. About 40,000 guests are expected.
When a popular TV series ends, fans are left wondering "what happens next" for characters they’ve come to know — and some miss those characters as if they had been real social connections.
Sports psychologist George Mumford visited the UA campus recently for a talk hosted by the Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry.
Wildcat Writers pairs Arizona high school students and their teachers with UA composition instructors and students — an embodiment of the University's land-grant mission.