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The university was named in the top 50 of the Princeton Review's 2024 "Guide to Green Colleges." It also ranked 17th among both the highest-research and public universities in the nation.
Torivio Fodder, manager of the Indigenous Governance Program, explains the principles that guide successful tribal governance and why the university is a leader at teaching them.
With O'odham Ki:, a Living Learning Community in the Yavapai dorm, Native students find a "home away from home" and a shared sense of identity.
During three days of meetings on campus, USDA leadership also met with university researchers and students to strengthen the relationship between the two institutions.
University of Arizona researchers' findings from studying young trees can help shape forest management policy and our understanding of how landscapes will change.
The inaugural postdoctoral research associate, Magda Garbowski, began her position this semester after completing a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Wyoming.
The Fuel Wonder campaign, which began counting contributions on Jan. 1, 2017, and was officially launched on Friday, has so far raised more than $2 billion.
The funding from the Arizona Commerce Authority includes workforce development to boost the ability to produce more computer chips domestically.
University of Arizona geoscientist Diane Thompson explains the significance of studying Earth's water cycle and how rising and falling temperatures have altered it.
The funding will expand existing programs and support Indigenous experts, scholars and outreach specialists in developing local solutions to climate issues tribal communities are facing.