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Housed in the UA College of Fine Arts, the CFA in Schools outreach program helps K-12 schools establish classes to teach general music, guitar, drums and dance.
Ask and you shall receive: A high school freshman turned to a UA researcher and a graduate student for help with a unique science project on aerosol particles.
Range management specialists at the UA will work closely with staff members at the Alpi Cozie Natural Parks, which will also be the site of a study abroad program for students this summer.
The UA College of Education's International Student Teaching Program places elementary education majors in classrooms in China, Norway and Mexico.
New findings indicate that oral biomarkers may help health providers identify victims of domestic violence.
The Chris and Carrie Shumway Foundation's gift will support a center that seeks to model and inspire a radical shift in the way people think about and address gender-based violence.
What makes Tumamoc Hill special? UA scholars are asking the question and collecting the answers as part of Cuéntame Más: Tales From Tumamoc, a new oral history project now under way on Tumamoc Hill.
“Witnesses to Democracy” examines the pro-democracy movement in South Korea through the eyes of UA Journalism Professor Kim Newton and the mother of a slain student protester in 1987.
Keith Allred, the new director of the UA’s National Institute for Civil Discourse, discusses how the institute plans to stem a rising tide of incivility that strains interpersonal relationships and paralyzes effective governing.
"Fronteridades: Nurturing Collaborative Intersections in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands" is part of the UA's aim to become the leading institution for borderlands scholarship, referred to as the Border Lab Initiative.