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Researchers including the UA's Lisa Ordóñez studied thousands of NFL plays and used college football rivalries to test behaviors about how rivalry impacts risk-taking. They found out that on the field or in the boardroom, a rivalry can prompt the making of riskier decisions.
Students at the UA's James E. Rogers College of Law hoped to make a difference as "friends of the court" when they filed an amicus brief with the Arizona Supreme Court.
The topic of "fake news" has dominated the headlines, but what counts as fake news and how can it be stopped? A new report from the UA addresses those questions.
The UA's Bachelor of Arts in Law program prepares students for legal careers that don't require a Juris Doctor degree. Enrollment in the groundbreaking program recently surpassed 700 students, and the degree also will be offered online for the first time this fall.
The UA's Eller College of Management made its first appearance in the Financial Times Executive Education rankings, debuting in the global top 75 and placing No. 4 in the Western U.S.
Alumnus Todd Pletcher, a product of the Race Track Industry Program, trained Always Dreaming, the Derby winner who is expected to compete in the Preakness on May 20.
With the running of the Kentucky Derby set for Saturday, Betsy Greene, a Cooperative Extension equine specialist, talks about the history of the race and its UA connections.
Evaluating extreme weather conditions and economic conditions from 1996 to 2016, UA researchers Laura A. Bakkensen and Riana Johnson found that Tucson has the greatest frequency of such events when compared with other large metropolitan areas.
UA alumnus and lawmaker Dennis DeConcini, a retired U.S. senator, will be awarded the UA's Veterans Award for Distinguished Service.
Steve Erickson was on a business track until he found his dream job in Teach for America. The first in a three-part series on alumni who say the UA prepared them for amazing careers.