The ants go marching … methodically

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February 16, 2023

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The ants go marching … methodically

Most biologists have assumed that ants wander aimlessly around a new environment. New UArizona research suggests that at least one species of rock ant actually searches in a more methodical way.

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UArizona named No. 1 producer of Fulbright Scholars

A record 17 UArizona faculty members and researchers received Fulbrights in 2022-2023. That number makes the university the No. 1 producer of Fulbright Scholars nationally, tied with Pennsylvania State University.

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Social Sciences and Education

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What makes a Black protest song? History suggests it can depend on who's listening

Tyina Steptoe, associate professor of history, discusses how songs became tools in Black protest movements, sometimes by accident. She also shares a playlist of some of her favorite tracks, spanning blues, jazz, hip-hop and more.

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Ukrainian startups join UArizona Center for Innovation through Department of State partnership

Four Ukrainian startups are calling the University of Arizona Tech Park home for six months. They will receive training and support through the Center for Innovation as they explore market expansion opportunities in the United States.

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UArizona researchers awarded $1.2M to explore farming at existing solar power sites

A $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy supports a UArizona agrivoltaics project that will examine how crop production and livestock grazing can flourish at existing commercial solar farms.

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Arts and Humanities

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Project will provide broadband and technology access to underserved students and communities

Funded by $3 million from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Project CAN will address the need for broadband internet access in diverse Southern Arizona communities.

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