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University of Arizona President Robert C. Robbins presented a plan on Monday to address the university's financial situation, emphasizing the importance of collaboration from everyone on campus.
Learn how unexpected discoveries involving black holes, tree-ring dating, planets and plastics have helped shape scientific research. The weekly series runs Feb. 7-28.
Matuk, director of the Master of Fine Arts Program in Creative Writing, was awarded $50,000 and recognized for contributing to "the cultural fabric of the country."
The slate of university events recognizing Black History Month includes speakers, celebrations and special performances during men's and women's basketball games.
The specimen of the mineral stibnite was extracted in 2003 from the Wuling Mine in southeastern China and is exceptionally rare for its size, intricacy and quality.
The center will advance research and conservation efforts, educate future conservation scientists and leaders and develop a broader understanding of the Earth's biosphere.
An anonymous donor's transformational contribution will support impactful innovation and startups that result from the work of university faculty, staff and students.
We look forward to telling the University of Arizona's stories in 2024! Until then, revisit the best ones from this year.
From delivering a historic asteroid sample to setting a university record in Fulbright Scholars, the University of Arizona celebrated several newsmaking events in 2023.
Slepian, the founder and director of the university's Center for Accelerated Biomedical Innovation, will serve on the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's Patent Public Advisory Committee for three years.