Mohammed Hassan is already recognized by Guinness World Records for generating the shortest pulse of visible light. Now he wants to make the University of Arizona the first place where an electron in motion is photographed.
It’s easy to see how Dante Lauretta’s 1993 University of Arizona bachelor’s degrees in physics and theoretical math are foundational in his career as a planetary scientist. Lauretta is principal investigator of the OSIRIS-REx asteroid sample return mission and a UA professor of planetary science and cosmochemistry.
After nearly a half-century, famed glass artist Tom Philabaum ’83 is retiring and closing up shop. But while he will no longer create glass masterpieces, his contribution to the community will live on.
A University of Arizona civil engineering professor is off to Italy to teach and conduct research about earthquake engineering, thanks to the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program. Robert Fleischman is one of eight scholars to receive Fulbright awards for 2018-2019, contributing to the UA's status as the No. 3 top producer of Fulbright scholars among research institutions.
The University of Arizona offers students a world-class education with top-notch career preparation at an affordable price, according to The Princeton Review.
In only its fourth year of operation and third year of rankings eligibility, the University of Arizona has established itself as a leader in online education, vaulting into the top 10 percent of all online bachelor's programs in the U.S.
The Thomas R. Brown Foundations has donated $1 million to the University of Arizona to establish micro-campuses at leading universities in Peru and Mauritius. The money will be split evenly between the locations to support startup costs such as course development, training and renovations.
Life can be more about skilled juggling than controlling every part of the journey. Literally and figuratively, Leah Crowder, a newly minted Rhodes Scholar and recent UA Honors College graduate, has grabbed on to what's been tossed her way.
Acting on a desire to “do what we can while we’re living,” Jerry and Kathy Short made a $1 million gift to establish the Founders Endowed Chair in Education for Global Children’s and Adolescent Literature within the University of Arizona College of Education’s Worlds of Words.
University of Arizona alumni Guy Weinzapfel ’65, Bill Brown ’62 and Fred Pace ’62 learned to plan, design and construct buildings in an unlikely place. In 1958, the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture’s design studios were located in a former Safeway grocery store on Park Avenue, a block southwest of the college’s current location.