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A total of 18, including several Pulitzer Prize winners and four former directors of the UA's school, will be inducted next spring for their record of achievement and service.
The 2017 graduate of the Eller College of Management was killed in the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Steve Erickson was on a business track until he found his dream job in Teach for America. The first in a three-part series on alumni who say the UA prepared them for amazing careers.
Melody Robidoux, who is passionate about policy related to women’s rights and social justice, will fund the chair to be held by Brint Milward, director of the school.
Zu-Chun Lin, a former UA doctoral student, brings documents to renew the University's partnership with a private university in Taiwan where she is a professor and administrator.
Tania Eulalia Martinez Cruz of Mexico's indigenous Mixe community is using her master's degree in agriculture and biosystems engineering to help indigenous farming communities become more self-sufficient.
Alan Davis writes about how one class at the UA was all it took to inspire a freelance career in video production that has taken him places in little more than a year.
Aerospace engineer Ed Warnock is preparing to launch an engineless aircraft to the edge of space — and elevate our knowledge about climate, the ozone layer and flying on Mars.
As coordinator of team family relations for the Chicago Cubs organization, Eller College of Management graduate Brittany Reynoso works in the business behind baseball.
The native of Cape Verde Islands studied agronomy and plant genetics at the UA, and her sweet-potato research has impacted the lives of children and farmers in Mozambique.