Family and community. These 10 graduates found them at the University of Arizona, and 10 years after graduating, their experience as Wildcats continues to evolve and deepen. Through giving and service, they’re helping new members of the UA family discover what community means to us.
The University of Arizona Wildcat family celebrates the life of Dick Tomey, who passed away May 10 at the age of 80 after a courageous fight with cancer.
They say knowledge is power. They should also say that knowledge can be gleaned in endless ways from many sources.
Photographer B.A. Van Sise was nervous when he traveled to North Carolina to photograph renowned poet Dorianne Laux.
Andrew “Andy” Schulz, the University of Arizona’s first vice president for the arts, is an art historian who can tell you everything you ever wanted to know about the 18th-century Spanish artist Francisco Goya.
In 1961, when President John F. Kennedy announced that the United States would land a man on the moon by the end of the decade, lunar and planetary science was still in its infancy. Its birthplace? The University of Arizona.
When it comes to pursuing drug discovery at the University of Arizona, “Everything is finally aligned,” says Rick G. Schnellmann, dean of the College of Pharmacy.
Long after a blaze has gone cold, firefighters still face dangers to their physical and mental health. From PTSD to heightened risks of cancer and suicide, first responders can pay a high price for protecting us all. But a collaboration between the University of Arizona and Tucson Fire Department is helping reduce those costs.
Using a combination of materials, artist Xinyu Zhang, who earned her MFA from the University of Arizona, explores the ever-increasing roles that technology plays in humans’ daily lives.
The University of Arizona is one of the state's best places to work, according to Forbes Magazine.