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Mel Zuckerman, the visionary founder of Canyon Ranch and namesake of the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, died on March 18, surrounded by family at his home. He was 94.
More than 99% of current University of Arizona students will see no increase because their tuition and fees previously were frozen under the Guaranteed Tuition Program.
Dozens of presentations from UArizona experts, a film festival and more are on tap at this year's Wonder House as the university returns to South by Southwest.
Headliners for this weekend's on-campus festival include rock icon and Tucson native Linda Ronstadt, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders and sports journalist Jemele Hill.
A record 17 UArizona faculty members and researchers received Fulbrights in 2022-2023. That number makes the university the No. 1 producer of Fulbright Scholars nationally, tied with Pennsylvania State University.
The university will mark Black History Month in February with a cultural dance performance, a fireside chat with the daughter of a history-making Wildcats basketball coach, video profiles of Black student-athletes and more.
Five UArizona faculty members have been named AAAS Fellows, a distinct honor in the scientific community bestowed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. From using microbes to combat allergies to turning insects into food, the university's newest AAAS Fellows represent a broad range of research expertise.
During the annual College of Science lecture series, university experts will delve into aging, computer technology, climate change and COVID-19, and discuss how science can help sort fact from fiction.
A new analysis ranks the state of Arizona No. 7 in the nation in terms of college degree return on investment.