Features

The first museum that painter Joe Forkan ’89 ever visited was the University of Arizona Museum of Art — the UAMA.He was a teenager at the time, a high school student in a rough part of...
They’re often called Mexican snow cones, but that’s a woeful misnomer. In truth, snow cones are to raspados what frozen pizzas are to Italian cuisine. They might as well exist on...
When it opened in February 2011, HUB Restaurant and Ice Creamery drew scads of attention. First, it boasted a plucky location, in the heart of still-struggling downtown Tucson. Next came the urban...
It started out, as the best businesses do, with a driving passion. In this case, the object of desire for UA alumni Jeffrey Kaiserman ’03 and Stephen Ochoa ’03 was a frozen Italian...
Life-Changing Education Only a year into the doctor of audiology program in the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, Adriana Sanchez already has gained valuable clinical...

Endowed Chairs

A Personal Approach to Mathematics

Professor of Mathematics Marta Civil is a fervent believer in mathematics education equity.  

Holistically Helping Families with Hearing Loss

Assistant Professor of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences Nicole Marrone understands how important communication can be, especially for those living with hearing loss. 

Strengthening Education’s Foundations

For 45 years, Dean Ronald Marx has researched ways to improve education, always seeking projects that swiftly affect children’s lives.