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The University of Arizona has enrolled its largest, most diverse and most academically prepared incoming class in history, with approximately 8,900 first-year students starting classes this fall.
The university has received a grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to establish Native FORGE, a new center to support economic growth in tribal communities in Arizona.
The new Arizona Native Scholars Grant program, the first of its kind in the state, will cover tuition and fees for full-time, in-state undergraduate students from Arizona's 22 federally recognized tribes.
The Ford Foundation has awarded UArizona $1.18 million to to create a community-led archive that offers a more comprehensive portrayal of the U.S.-Mexico border.
During a visit to campus, NASA Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy discussed some of the space agency's most ambitious and impactful space missions with the UArizona early-career scientists who pursue them.
A new decadal survey from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine recommends NASA fully support NEO Surveyor, a space-based survey designed to discover and measure asteroids and comets that could pose an impact hazard to Earth. Amy Mainzer, a professor of planetary sciences, leads the effort.
Future University of Arizona Health Sciences students will have new health care career opportunities thanks to the Arizona Board of Regents' approval of three new degree programs.
On Wednesday, the campus community celebrated the grand opening of the Student Success District, a new, nine-acre span of four buildings packed with services and programs focused on helping students thrive.
The $23 million, donor-funded project will provide new space for the internationally recognized UArizona center, which focuses on whole-person wellness.
The grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry will go toward activities that bolster the stories and experiences of underrepresented groups in the borderlands.