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New and safer technology is expected to aid in the preservation of dying languages and help those with speech impairments.
Professor Susan Karant-Nunn, history professor and the director of the Division for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies, will be featured in a documentary about Martin Luther to be aired on Wednesday, July 9, on KUAT.
In addition to traditional excavation methods, student archaeologists will also learn the techniques of preserving Indian cultural heritage.
Federal Title VI funds will target the Center for Latin American Studies and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, two of the top units in the country.
Susan C. Karant-Nunn, professor of history and director of the Division for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies at the University of Arizona, has received a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship for 2003-2004.
Joe Galaskiewicz plans ask Phoenix-area parents and guardians how their children spend their time and what they get out of it. The goal of the National Science Foundation-funded study is to understand how well service providers do their jobs.
The gift from UA graduates Linda and Duane Whitaker will support three endowed chairs at the School of Information Resources and Library Science.
A Festschrift in honor of University of Arizona psychology professor emeritus, Lee Sechrest, entitled, "Measurement, Methodology, and Evaluation,? was held in Tucson on April 27-28. During the event, the American Psychological Society presented Sechrest with a Lifetime Achievement Award, the highest honor bestowed by the society.
Rebecca Gomez, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Arizona, will use a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation to study how learning develops in infants and very young children.
Elizabeth Oglesby, assistant professor of Latin American studies, has recently been selected as one of five Carnegie Council Fellows for 2003-2004. Her project is on the history and the politics of reconciliation and is titled "Education and the Politics of History in Guatemala: Integrating 'Memory of Silence' Into the Curriculum?"