Roberta Diaz Brinton, Ph.D., ’79 ’81 ’84, works high above the University of Arizona campus in a sleek new building, Bioscience Research Laboratories, with sweeping views of the courtyard garden below.
University of Arizona neuroscientist and Regents’ Professor Carol Barnes wants to enhance people’s brain health and cognition. It’s something she’s been working on her whole career.
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.
University of Arizona soccer player Kelcey Cavarra, a junior from Colorado, chose the UA in part because of Tucson’s warm winters. But she was unprepared for the experience of practicing during the summer months, when highs can top 105 degrees.
Biomedical engineering students at the University of Arizona will soon have the chance to solve hands-on design challenges in all four years of their engineering studies.
Never underestimate the Grateful Dead. For decades, their eclectic rock songs — like 1970’s “Truckin’” — and far-out technology inspired innovation across American music as they engineered a dazzling new Wall of Sound for concerts and a ticketing system operated by the band’s staff.
Visit the University of Arizona’s Main Library, and you will find fencing and construction crews working on extensive renovations to the 46-year-old building. The Albert B. Weaver Science-Engineering Library will also undergo a major facelift beginning in May.
University of Arizona senior Keara Burke spent her first summer as a college student studying abroad with the Honors College, visiting eight countries in two months.
Since its launch on Sept. 8, 2016, OSIRIS-REx has spent two and a half years catching up with asteroid Bennu on its orbit around the sun. The spacecraft’s arrival at Bennu on Dec. 3, 2018, marked a major milestone, with the mission transitioning from flying toward the asteroid to orbiting around it.
You don’t have to look far to see evidence of his commitment. From the Student Union Memorial Center to Arizona Stadium, UA President Robert C. Robbins engages with students everywhere he goes.