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The university will establish a new Center for East Asian Studies that will join three other longstanding centers on campus. The centers will receive the funding over the next four years.
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.
Diane Saali was drawn to the University of Arizona because of the care and support she felt in a summer program at the Eller College of Management. She hopes to pay it forward in her future business endeavors.
Emily Aguilar was already working on a certificate in aircraft mechanics when her high school counselor showed her some aerospace engineering videos that helped her choose an academic direction.
The University of Arizona has enrolled its largest, most diverse and most academically prepared incoming class in history, with approximately 8,900 first-year students starting classes this fall.
The university has received a grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to establish Native FORGE, a new center to support economic growth in tribal communities in Arizona.
The Arizona Area Health Education Center Program is partnering with the Arizona Advisory Council on Indian Health Care to develop the new center.
Humans across cultures and generations have a propensity for recalling music and connecting it with memories. Lifetimes of Listening: The Arizona Musical Memory Archive aims to collect, record and analyze musical memories from people from all walks of life to see what can be learned.
Amazon hourly employees will be eligible for tuition discounts through University of Arizona Online.
The charitable grant will fund graduate student fellowships in Persian and Iranian studies and a professorship in Iranian linguistics, whose first holder will be linguistics professor Simin Karimi.