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The National Academy of Education has selected Luis Moll, professor of language, reading and culture, as a new member.
Janolyn Lo Vecchio, UA administrative secretary on disability leave, was honored at a reception hosted by the Staff Advisory Council on June 16 for her successful lobbying efforts to pass a bill that gives disabled state employees retirement benefits that are equitable to all state retirees
In a striking report by the World Health Organization, depression was cited as the No. 1 cause of "disease burden" for women, and the fourth-leading overall cause of disease burden worldwide since 1990. (WHO measures this burden by its cost to society, increased health care utilization and indirect contribution to mortality.)
The UA Purchasing and Stores Office of Materiel Management conducts a public spot-bid sale of excess equipment for immediate sale every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at its warehouse on 22st Street and Warren Ave.
Benefit-eligible employees can now save money by purchasing their parking permits and bus passes on payroll deduction. Recent changes to a federal tax law have made it possible to offer qualified parking and transit expenses on a pre-tax basis
The first four physicians to complete the nation's first two-year postgraduate fellowship in integrative medicine will participate in a graduation ceremony Sunday, June 27, 5:30 p.m., at DuVal Auditorium, UA Health Sciences Center, 1501 N. Campbell Ave
Dr. Augusto Ortiz, medical director of the UA College of Medicine's Rural Health Office, and his wife, Martha Ortiz, received the National Presidential Citation Award of the League of Latin American Citizens (LULAC) at its annual Awards Banquet on June 12
Toast for Lunch, a district club of Toastmasters International, recently elected its officers for 1999-2000.
More than 800 blue-jacketed state FFA (Future Farmers of America) students, advisers and supporters were on campus June 10...
A special reception will be held for UA staff member Janolyn Lo Vecchio who spearheaded an effort to pass a bill this spring that allows disabled state employees to receive full retirement benefits