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The Charles-Sander Dean's Chair will serve as a perpetual fund to attract and retain outstanding deans and was made possible by a gift from alumnus Robert F. Charles Jr. and his wife.
Hannah Gaber, a former Arizona Republic multimedia journalist and 2016 UA alumna, contributed to the Pulitzer Prize-winning report "The Wall: Unknown stories, Unintended consequences." Three other people with ties to the UA shared in the award.
As the first alumnus to serve as president, he oversaw the University's ascension to the top ranks of research universities. External research funding more than tripled during his tenure.
Allison Feldman's family and friends are raising funds to create an endowment in her memory that will provide UA Study Abroad opportunities like the one she had in Spain.
Urbix Resources has licensed a portfolio of lithium-ion battery and related materials technologies invented at the UA. Urbix co-founder Adam Small graduated from the Eller College of Management.
Created in memory of a devoted Wildcat, the Jeffrey B. Plevan Chair in Israel Studies will allow the UA to hire an expert on modern Israel in the Arizona Center for Judaic Studies.
UA alumni remain more emotionally connected to their alma mater than graduates from peer universities, according to a comprehensive Gallup poll conducted this year.
Looking to extend your Halloween? Then don't miss the popular campus walking tour, which will start on Friday evening at Old Main and end at Bear Down Gym.
The UA Alumni Association, in the spotlight this week, is "critical when it comes to the advancement of the University," says Chad Becker, a member of its governing board. The association is celebrating its 120th anniversary by launching the Alumni Heritage Society.
The award recipients include OSIRIS-REx principal investigator Dante Lauretta and represent a host of accomplishments. They will be honored Friday as part of Homecoming.