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Getting the word out is just as important as getting the science out, in the estimation of the UA's Michael Johnson, who has used blogs and tweets as tools to reach an audience.
The Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry has awarded two teams of UA faculty members a total of $30,000 to initiate interdisciplinary projects focusing on border issues.
For the first time, the UA will offer the federally funded program, training low-income and first-generation students in academic preparation, field research and financial literacy.
UA researcher Laurel Bellante found that a group in the southern state of Chiapas has been successful in localizing the food system despite the rise of industrial food production.
In advance of Friday's Global Partner Day, the UA announced that it is partnered with institutions to introduce a total of 13 "micro-campuses" abroad, addressing global demand for higher education and opening doors for international students unable to study in the U.S.
UA communication researcher Jake Harwood found that interactions through music help people to minimize feelings of prejudice while also boosting their empathy for others.
MFA alumnus Francisco Cantú received the prestigious Whiting Award in nonfiction based on his work chronicling his experiences as a U.S. Border Patrol agent.
A group of 29 students has received the prestigious research fellowship, which supports graduate students with the potential to be high-achieving scientists and engineers.
In the final installment of our series on the UA's Class of 2017, we introduce a veteran who made rescues during Hurricane Katrina, a mining engineer with humble Chinese origins, a researcher intrigued by how Tibetan Buddhist monks study Western science and an international percussionist.
Researcher Christina Morrison, who graduates Friday with a degree in engineering, has been trying to find a way for astronauts to do their laundry in space without using water.