UArizona to Become High-Capacity State Vaccination Site

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UArizona to Become High-Capacity State Vaccination Site

The UArizona COVID-19 vaccination site will eventually operate 24/7 and be able to serve up to 6,000 people per day. Eligible Arizonans can register for appointments beginning Feb. 16.

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UArizona Makes Inaugural Appearance on Forbes List of America's Best Large Employers

UArizona was ranked No. 16 out of 500 employers overall, No. 4 in the education subcategory and No. 1 out of all employers with headquarters in Arizona.

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Celebrating Love in a Pandemic: Tips From an Affection Expert

Kory Floyd, an expert on the communication of affection, discusses ways to celebrate love and alleviate loneliness during this year's COVID-tinged Valentine's Day.

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Student-Produced Documentary Chronicles UArizona Success Taming COVID-19 Through Wastewater

"Solution Number Two," a short documentary produced by students in the School of Theatre, Film and Television, premiered last week and is available to stream through Feb. 17.

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OSIRIS-REx to Fly a Farewell Tour of Bennu

Before departing for Earth on May 10, the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will perform a final flyby of Bennu – capturing its last images of sample collection site Nightingale.

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UArizona Plans for Additional In-Person Classes

If public health conditions allow, the university may move into stage 2 of its instructional plan the week of Feb. 22, allowing classes of 50 or fewer students to meet on campus.

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