08/09/16: Is That Study Legitimate? Here's How to Tell

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August 09, 2016

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Is That Study Legitimate? Here's How to Tell

Scientific studies are frequently the basis for news stories that seem too good to be true ("Chocolate makes you smarter"). How should a discerning audience separate fact from fiction? Kimberly Andrews Espy, the UA's senior vice president for research, advises on what to look for.

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Lake Tanganyika Fisheries Declining From Global Warming

A new finding from a study led by UA professor Andrew Cohen shows that overfishing is not the sole reason for the decline in the African lake's fisheries since the 1950s.

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Teaching and Students

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'Academic Boot Camp' Prepares Military Vets for College Life

The UA was selected as one of a dozen institutions nationwide to host the Warrior-Scholar Project, an intensive boot camp being held on campus this week to help enlisted military veterans successfully transition into the classroom.

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Four Questions: UA Alumna Makes It to the Major Leagues

As coordinator of team family relations for the Chicago Cubs organization, Eller College of Management graduate Brittany Reynoso works in the business behind baseball.

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