Ryan Kanto ’07 and his wife, Sarah, are dedicated believers in research and the scientific method.
Ben Vernon ’10, who started the brewery with his wife, Julie, is a UA environmental science grad, so the man knows his way around a periodic table.
University of Arizona alumni are full of stories. Some of them bring laughter, like cramming for tests in a malodorous basement.
Jeff and Sharon Stevens met while they were University of Arizona students in the early 1980s. Since their student days, they have been quintessential Wildcats — proud ambassadors for the university, role models in their fields and generous philanthropic supporters.
As surely as the sun sets every day over the Pacific Ocean, marine biologist Wallace J. Nichols ’03 gets asked the same question whenever he gives a public talk.
Now celebrating 35 years of success, Madden Media has become an industry leader in creating multimedia packages for more than 600 tourism offices across the country. Plenty of Wildcats are along for the ride, too, with more than 30 currently on staff.
Frankie Kolb ’99 does not shy away from a challenge. She has worked in a cancer clinic, built a Martian landscape, met with Middle Eastern dignitaries, managed a chaotic dean’s office, and mingled with a pool shark or two.
Brenda Burman ’96 became the commissioner of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation in November 2017. She is the first woman to lead the agency.
In Fortaleza — the fifth-largest city in Brazil — cars jam the streets, bicycles weave through traffic and bus stops are crowded with passengers who might have to wait much longer than expected to catch their ride.