05/26/16: UA Planetary Science Gets Stamps of Approval

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May 26, 2016

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UA Planetary Science Gets Stamps of Approval

Two images taken by Erich Karkoschka as part of UA research on the atmospheres of Jupiter and Uranus have been selected by the U.S. Postal Service for a set of special-edition stamps. The official release is Tuesday at the World Stamp Show.

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UA Anthropology Students Size Up South Tucson

As part of a community development plan for the city, students in the Anthropology 200 course inventoried its arts and culture through short stories and interviews, creating an "asset map."

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History Professor Investigates Transitions in Race, Gender

UA cultural historian Tyina Steptoe examines Houston’s transformation into an ethnically diverse urban area and also how popular musicians impact ideas about gender.

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UA Cosmologist Eduardo Rozo Earns $750K DOE Award

The assistant professor of physics will use funds to expand our understanding of dark energy, the mysterious substance making up 70 percent of the universe's energy content.

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