The last required piece of the world's largest telescope takes shape at UArizona

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October 03, 2023

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The last required piece of the world's largest telescope takes shape at UArizona

The Richard F. Caris Mirror Laboratory will start fabrication in the final stage to complete the Giant Magellan Telescope. It marks a milestone in the search for other, potentially Earth-like planets and the exploration of the universe.

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Times Higher Ed: UArizona a top 25 public university

The University of Arizona ranks tied for No. 155 globally, No. 48 in the U.S. and No. 25 among U.S. public colleges and universities in Times Higher Education's World University Rankings.

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Social Sciences and Education

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How the brain handles grief: A Q&A with Mary-Frances O'Connor

A leading researcher of the psychological and physiological impacts of grief discusses the gaps she thinks need to be filled in understanding how the brain handles grief.

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Tree rings reveal a new kind of earthquake threat to the Pacific Northwest

The findings from new research, led by University of Arizona dendrochronologist Bryan Black, could have implications for seismic preparedness measures in the region.

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Native FORGE welcomes newest cohort of entrepreneurs from Fort Yuma Quechan Tribe

The University of Arizona program, which provides mentorship and resources to Native American entrepreneurs in Arizona, will help five more tribal members grow their businesses.

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Teaching and Students

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A cultural and linguistic home for Spanish

The College of Humanities' Spanish as a Heritage Language program affirms student language use and fosters appreciation for shared cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

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UArizona's Sorooshian receives American Geophysical Union medal and fellowship

Armin Sorooshian, a professor in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, was recognized for his work connecting airborne particulates to climate.

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