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State senators say University of Arizona President Robert C. Robbins is the right man to lead the institution.
The recipients were chosen for their achievements, public service, advocacy for education, volunteerism and service to students and the university.
The Campus Agricultural Center is central to the university's research and teaching mission, as well as a hub for community-centered programming in Tucson.
Reed-Francois, a James E. Rogers College of Law alumna, brings proven business expertise and financial acumen to the director of athletics position. She previously held the same role at the University of Missouri.
Rep. Juan Ciscomani of Arizona hosted fellow caucus members and congressional staff to showcase the University of Arizona's excellence in the areas of mining and critical minerals.
UArizona is one of only 16 institutions to be awarded the Innovation & Economic Prosperity Designee 5-Year Extension by the Association of Public & Land Grant Universities.
Hundreds of items collected by a sailor who left the battleship before the attack on Pearl Harbor add fresh details about shipboard life and how Americans reacted to "a date which will live in infamy."
Arizona Online earned several top-10 rankings across a variety of categories in U.S. News & World Report's annual ranking of online programs.
The donation and commitment for the Arthur Roe Micromount Collection and Memorial Endowment for Conservation and Education were made by the family of Arthur "Art" Roe and his wife, Barbara Roe.
The agreement between the two universities formalizes a plan for collaboration on research projects and education partnerships related to semiconductor manufacturing.