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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.
ADHD behaviors, such as inattention and hyperactivity, are significantly reduced in children when parents use the family-centered Nurtured Heart Approach, a new study finds.
The UArizona COVID-19 vaccination site will eventually operate 24/7 and be able to serve up to 6,000 people per day. Eligible Arizonans can register for appointments beginning Feb. 16.
The project will create immersive scenarios that simulate typical experiences of discrimination, with the goal of promoting honest and productive discussions about racism.
As Pima County shifts to Phase 1B of its vaccination plan, UArizona will serve as a point of distribution for child care providers, K-12 employees, and university faculty and staff.
A new study makes the case that, even in arid climates, urban farms can help neighborhoods get the nutritious food they need if the farms are irrigated in a sustainable way.