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Wilma Mankiller, former principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, activist, and author, will read from and discuss her latest book on Monday, Sept. 13, at noon.
Dale Kunkel is considered an expert on children's media policy and has been the lead researcher on high-profile studies concerning sex on TV, violence in the media, V-chip program ratings and advertising to children.
Sociologist Louise Roth says her survey of women suggests they prefer a more svelte body type as their ideal, but don't always subscribe to the avalache of media messages dictating their appearance.
Richard Bootzin, whose behavioral techniques have helped those suffering with sleep disorders, has been elected to the board of directors of the American Psychologicl Society.
A hybrid program integrating Latin American and Middle Eastern studies with journalism features the works of nine students who spent their spring semester in Chile.
UA psychologist John Allen will look for clues in brain waves that would help spot the disorder in those at risk.
This is the first time a central location for ongoing work on language research from different departments and colleges has been collectively presented on a UA Web site.
New research offers voters insight on how to interpret candidates' messages.
Thanks to a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the UA was able to work together with members of Indian tribes to help preserve languages that may die when the elders pass away.
Changing population demographics in the state of Arizona has prompted an interdisciplinary policy research initiative to bring parity at colleges and universities for under-represented populations.