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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.
U.S. News & World Report once again ranked the University of Arizona's management information systems program No. 1 among public universities in its 2023 Best Graduate Schools list.
Price Fishback, Takeshi Inomata, Chris Segrin, Kathy Short and Todd Vanderah are UArizona's newest Regents Professors. The university's highest faculty rank honors exceptional achievements that merit national and international recognition.
Colin Denny, a research assistant in the College of Education, will perform a sign language interpretation of the song "America the Beautiful" during the Super Bowl pregame show on Sunday. The performance, he said, is an opportunity to show millions of people that North American Indian Sign Language, despite being centuries old, is still here.
Funded by a $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education, the program will teach graduate students studying special education to collaborate with other specialists to provide more holistic support to students.
The literary event series runs from Jan. 14 to early March, and will explore the theme of water. It centers on two books: "Postcolonial Love Poem" and "We are Water Protectors."
With the Department of Health and Human Services grant, UArizona experts will work with a Virginia school district to develop programs to improve students' mental health.
A $2.3 million grant will allow the College of Education to help three school districts in central Arizona better support children who may have fallen behind during the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Native SOAR, a College of Education program, will now reach more Native American communities with mentorship resources and professional development opportunities for K-12 educators.
This weekend, the festival will be held in person for the first time since 2019. The event will feature nearly 300 authors, more than 200 exhibitors and about 30 venues with talks, exhibits, interactive activities and more.