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The university has joined a network of institutions committed to teaching students how technology can be used in the public's best interest.
Adolescent girls who invest a lot of time in editing and selecting the perfect selfie may feel more body shame and appearance anxiety, researchers found.
New research challenges claims about the personal benefits of gun ownership, finding that gun owners and non-gun owners report the same levels of happiness and sleep disturbance.
A grant and faculty support from the University of Arizona is helping Tucson's Dunbar Pavilion – a former segregated school – evolve into a revitalized community center.
Routing people with opioid use disorders toward treatment instead of jail is the goal of a program involving the University of Arizona and several community partners.
University of Arizona researchers hope to create an AI agent that can gather and use information about humans' social interactions in order to help teams meet their goals.
A study used the annual growth rings of trees to reconstruct a long-term climate history and examine "perfect droughts" in Southern California's main water sources.
Low-income households in Tucson are struggling with the cost of housing, according to findings presented by students from the annual Poverty in Tucson Field Workshop.
A sexual assault training program that started in Canada teaches female freshmen how to better recognize risky situations, defend themselves, and communicate what they do and don't want.
Individuals incarcerated at some units of the Arizona State Prison Complex – Tucson have the opportunity to study astronomy in the University of Arizona Prison Education Program.