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Rev. Andrew Greeley, UA professor of sociology, is the featured speaker for the UA's January Distinguished Lecture.
Lynn Nadel, a Regents' Professor of psychology and cognition, has won the Grawemeyer Award in psychology, along with his colleague John O'Keefe in London.
Mark Chaves wants to look at the activities of more than a thousand groups across the country's religious spectrum.
Communications Professor Dale Kunkel and his colleagues are behind the Kaiser Family Foundation's biennial study looking at how sex is portrayed on network television.
A symposium sponsored by the Tinker Foundation also will feature a lecture by anthropologist Suzana Sawyer on the legal battle between Ecuadoran peasants and Indians against a global oil giant.
The Women's Plaza of Honor will publicly and permanently celebrate women who have made significant contributions to the history of Arizona or whose lives have otherwise enriched the lives of others.
The $8M from Richard Diebold and the Salus Mundi Foundation will strengthen a number of programs.
Scott Whiteford joins The University of Arizona as the new director of the Center for Latin American Studies.
Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to serve as United States Supreme Court Justice, will be speaking on her life as part of The University of Arizona department of women's studies 5th annual "Conversation with An Extraordinary Women" event.
The UA history department's Division of Late Medieval and Reformation Studies will host a four-lecture series in August on the difficulties in delivering a Bible for common use.