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The university's COVID-19 vaccination POD has moved fully indoors and will continue to operate through June 25. Walk-ins are accepted at the Ina E. Gittings Building.
Ryane Englar, an associate professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine, teaches her students that improving human interactions can also improve animal care.
Walk-ins are being accepted at university's vaccination POD, which will move indoors on May 3. The university also is doing vaccination outreach in rural Arizona communities.
New UArizona research has identified a previously unknown pattern of protein creation in the motor neurons, which are the cells that malfunction in patients with ALS.
During National Poetry Month, the poetry centers at UArizona and Kent State University are inviting anyone and everyone to write a few lines as part of the Global Vaccine Poem project.
Fuel the Response was the most successful crowdfunding campaign in university history. To date, the number of donors exceeds 1,500, with $1.3 million raised
Classes of up to 100 students will be permitted to meet in person starting next week.
Researchers in the UArizona's Southwest Institute for Research on Women will study how policy changes amid the pandemic have affected access to medication for opioid use disorder, especially for rural and tribal communities.
The task force will focus on ensuring student success, partnering with local communities and reimagining how higher education is delivered.
A series of smaller in-person Commencement ceremonies are planned over a weeklong period in May, President Robert C. Robbins announced this week.