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The University of Arizona has joined a collaboration with Space Trust – a nongovernmental organization based in the United Kingdom – and the University of Nairobi in Kenya to develop a series of Earth-orbiting spacecraft built by university students.
An intriguing voicemail left for a UArizona archaeologist led to the repatriation of artifacts to the African country of Mauritania – and became the first step toward a new partnership.
From tracking the origins of COVID-19 to learning how puppies communicate with people, UArizona expertise in a variety of fields made international headlines in 2021.
Two grants totaling more than $1.3 million will help establish the Native Center for Disabilities, which aims to bring tribal communities together to improve services and employment access for Native Americans with disabilities.
With COVID-19 cases rising nationally and statewide, President Robert C. Robbins is urging students and employees to get vaccinated and continue good public health practices.
UArizona Provost Liesl Folks is principal investigator on a project that aims to give women in science, technology, engineering and math disciplines strategic tools to identify, address and overcome gender bias and discrimination.
The gift establishes endowed positions and scholarships, and expands the college's History of Pharmacy Museum. The college has been renamed in recognition of R. Ken Coit's support.
The gift from William A. "Bill" Franke and family provides scholarships, stipends to defray the cost of living in the Honors Village, and funding for students to study abroad.
Boosters are recommended for those who received a second vaccine dose at least six months ago and are 65 or older, or between 50 and 64 with underlying medical conditions.
Rabi Bhattacharya's $1 million gift will be used to create the Gouri Bhattacharya Endowed Professor of Pediatric Cancer, named in honor of Rabi Bhattacharya's late wife.