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Symptoms of long COVID include fatigue, brain fog and dizziness that last for months or years after a person is initially infected. A study of nearly 10,000 Americans found that long COVID may be more common and severe in those infected before the 2021 omicron variant.
The grant, from the U.S. Department of Education's Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program, will fund activities focused on the U.S.-Mexico borderlands, including a student internship program, first-year writing curriculum and faculty fellowships.
Stephanie Russo Carroll, associate director of the Native Nations Institute, encourages institutions to adopt policies and practices that recognize Indigenous Peoples' right to control data on their communities, lands and cultures.
Researchers harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to identify causes of Alzheimer's disease and potential drug targets. They looked deep into the brain to map the changes healthy neurons undergo as the disease progresses.
Michael Tubbs, the former mayor of Stockton, California, told graduates and guests at Commencement that the most valuable lessons would come from periods of struggle. Graduates should learn, he said, to turn pain into purpose and use rejection as redirection, to make the world a better place 50 years from now.
Bruce Tabashnik, a Regents Professor of Entomology whose discoveries helped eradicate the invasive pink bollworm from the United States and Mexico, is one of 120 new members elected to the prestigious National Academy of Sciences.
The film, about migrants going missing in rural Texas, was co-directed by adjunct instructor Lisa Molomot and edited by associate professor Jacob Bricca. It won a Peabody Award in the documentary category.
President Robert C. Robbins will confer about 8,000 bachelor's, master's, doctoral and professional degrees at the university's 159th Commencement on May 12. The 90-minute ceremony will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Arizona Stadium and will be streamed live on YouTube.
Nominated by faculty and peers, this year's seven student award winners were selected based on their determination, notable achievements and positive contributions to their families and communities.
More than two dozen UArizona students have been offered prestigious graduate fellowships totaling nearly $1.2 million. The awards come from the National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Education, NASA, National Institutes of Health and other organizations.