New ways of packaging the hundreds of inventions that emerge from the University of Arizona’s $600 million research enterprise and getting them into global markets are shaking up how the UA does...
Jonathan Rothbart ’94 spends his days in a movie dreamworld filled with fearsome giants, planet-hopping spacecraft and super-powered heroes. It’s a place where buildings vanish with the click of a...
In response to interest from students, Assistant Professor and Technical Director Ted Kraus last year made the UA one of a handful of theater programs in the nation to teach automation design using...
Bear Down Gymnasium, the original home of the men’s basketball team and intramural athletics, is front and center in the success district plan.
Launch Pad is a fundraising initiative designed to power student success. By transforming iconic campus landmarks into spaces designed for cutting-edge teaching and learning strategies, the UA will...
It is no surprise that it happened in The City of Neon Light, the destination where fantasy is a commodity and dreams go to die … except on those rare occasions when they don’t.
Visit the Center for Creative Photography to explore 150 self-made contemporary photobooks, displayed on tables to allow visitors to handle, read and explore them — a first within the center’s...
Margaret Kimball ’11 was on a high school Outward Bound trip from Connecticut to the Utah desert when she fell in love with its flora and fauna. When she started researching grad schools and found...
Thirty UA Honors students spent spring break working to improve public health in Denver, housing security in Los Angeles and food sovereignty in Whiteriver, Arizona.
Asthma, the most prevalent childhood disease, affects more than 278 million people worldwide and predisposes people to a range of serious consequences later in life. Yet current approved therapies...

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