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The University of Arizona ranks No. 15 among large schools on the Peace Corps' list of the top volunteer-producing colleges and universities between 2003 and 2023. Since the Peace Corps' founding in 1961, more than 1,720 UArizona alumni have served abroad as volunteers.
The gift from Bruce and Patricia Bartlett creates the George A. Vanderheiden Endowed Chair in Cancer Immunological Research at the Center for Advanced Molecular and Immunological Therapies.
Wastewater-based epidemiology's potential was brought to bear during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, it could help public health officials get ahead of the drug-resistant fungus Candida auris.
The university will celebrate APIDA Heritage Month with a variety of events, including a henna night and talks on Chinese medicine. The university celebrates the heritage month in April before students depart for summer break.
Mel Zuckerman, the 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.
Four Ukrainian startups are calling the University of Arizona Tech Park home for six months. They will receive training and support through the Center for Innovation as they explore market expansion opportunities in the United States.
Colin Denny, a research assistant in the College of Education, will perform a sign language interpretation of the song "America the Beautiful" during the Super Bowl pregame show on Sunday. The performance, he said, is an opportunity to show millions of people that North American Indian Sign Language, despite being centuries old, is still here.
Researchers have found a correlation between poor sleep and suicide risk. A new study evaluated suicidal thoughts and behaviors in college students during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Funded by a $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education, the program will teach graduate students studying special education to collaborate with other specialists to provide more holistic support to students.
Gabrielle Walter, a Master of Fine Arts candidate in illustration and design, painted the famed basketball analyst's chair with imagery inspired by the Grateful Dead, the Sonoran Desert and Tucson.