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Abra McAndrew, assistant vice president of access, engagement and opportunity, says preparation and flexibility are key to succeeding in a tumultuous job market.
President Robert C. Robbins will confer more than 11,000 bachelor's, master's, doctoral and professional degrees during the university's first-ever virtual Commencement ceremony.
The earlier the better when it comes to identifying children with developmental delays, but social distancing has made early identification difficult. To help, UArizona Cooperative Extension has started offering free virtual development screenings.
The Global Locations will span five continents and 34 countries and is especially timely given international travel restrictions and student visa moratoriums put in place due to COVID-19.
A paper published in two medical journals last week offers guidelines for physicians treating coronavirus patients requiring advanced life-saving therapies.
The UArizona Foundation, Dean of Students Office and university leadership collaborated to start a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the Student Emergency Fund.
After having his blood drawn for antibody testing on Thursday, UArizona President Robert C. Robbins announced a plan for bringing students, faculty and staff back to campus in the fall.
A group of UArizona students are building a Minecraft community that will allow future Wildcats to explore campus while staying safe inside.
In a time of uncertainty, false information is flourishing. UArizona experts in law, journalism and digital technology discuss how to deal with bad information circulating around COVID-19.