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UArizona is home to the nation's first collegiate para swimming program, which will soon wrap up its second season. The coach and founding members are looking forward to growing the team in the fall.
Women are as competitive as men, just motivated differently, says the director of the Center for the Philosophy of Freedom, who will discuss her work at the UArizona Wonder House at South by Southwest.
The university will mark Black History Month in February with a cultural dance performance, a fireside chat with the daughter of a history-making Wildcats basketball coach, video profiles of Black student-athletes and more.
The university has strengthened its commitment to the Native American community over the last year through efforts including the Native Scholars Grant program and Native FORGE.
The Hispanic Alumni Club was founded in 1982 to support the college-going dreams of Hispanic students in Arizona. The club's anniversary celebration is part of the campuswide recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month.
La celebración del próximo aniversario del club es parte del reconocimiento en todo el campus del Mes de la Herencia Hispana, que se celebra del 15 de septiembre al 15 de octubre.
Title IX, the landmark legislation designed to eliminate sex discrimination in education, marks its 50th anniversary this year. Tammi Walker, an associate professor of law, talks about the legislation's impact and evolution.
In addition to observing Juneteenth as a paid holiday for the first time in 2023, the university is developing a yearlong campaign to tell the story of Juneteenth and Black people in the Southwest.
Student-athlete spotlights, talks on photography and gender equality, and branded Wildcat merchandise are part of UArizona's recognition of Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month, which the university celebrates in April.
Ellen McMahon focuses on the potential for art to make people more receptive and responsive to the facts of climate change.