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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention selected the University of Arizona Health Sciences as one of five national sites that will be tracking the burden, distribution and impact of post COVID-19 conditions.
Ensuring all people have access to minimum resources and services, while also safeguarding the stability of the Earth's environment, will require significant societal transformations, a new study finds.
At the second annual Tribal Leaders Summit, leaders of Arizona tribes met with President Robert C. Robbins and learned about health sciences research and programs that serve Native American communities.
Sadness, anger and fear are common emotions after a tragic event. Acknowledging those feelings and seeking support when needed is important, says clinical psychologist Patricia Haynes. The university has resources available.
In the weeks ahead, members of the university administration will meet with faculty and staff to listen to concerns, receive suggestions and answer questions related to campus security.
In the wake of last week's shooting, the university will retain recognized independent external experts in security and threat assessments to begin a comprehensive review of all aspects of campus safety.
The Arizona Area Health Education Centers Program will receive funding over five years to continue to address workforce shortages through statewide education programs and partnerships.
A $2.3 million grant will allow the College of Education to help three school districts in central Arizona better support children who may have fallen behind during the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Gregory H. and Lisa S. Boyce Endowed Department Leadership Chair in Mining and Geological Engineering ensures a strong program for years to come. Due to a dollar-for-dollar match from the Lundin family, it will also benefit the new School of Mining and Mineral Resources.
The microcampus's initial curriculum will include the Indigenous Governance Program courses jointly offered by the James E. Rogers College of Law and Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management and Policy. Courses will begin in October, and leaders plan to expand course offerings in the future.