A few weeks into the school year, a community has already formed among University of Arizona Honors College students and faculty who share space within the new Honors Village.
Dr. Esther Sternberg’s office in a small bungalow just off campus looks out onto a shady courtyard with orange bird of paradise, fragrant Arabian jasmine, ornamental grasses and purple heart ground cover.
To appreciate the significance of the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, is to know the serendipitous journey of its founder, who is changing modern medicine at the University of Arizona and beyond.
David Hume Kennerly, whose photographic archive is now at the University of Arizona, won the Pulitzer Prize for feature photography when he was just 25 years old. The day after he got the big news, he almost lost his life.
Since when do javelinas ride bicycles? Since Joe Pagac ’05 became Tucson’s premier muralist. His tortoises pedal pretty well, too, as do his jackalopes. They all play together on a giant wall at Sixth Street and Stone Avenue.
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.
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.