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The American Indian Language Development Institute will host experts who will lead a discussion on the challenges of revitalizing Aboriginal languages.
The University of Arizona Libraries have recently added more than a quarter of a million dollars of valuable electronic and print materials to its collections in addition to a few extraordinarily rare items for Special Collections.
Jane Hill, Regents Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics, has been awarded the Viking Fund Medal by the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.
Michael Chihak, editor and publisher of the Tucson Citizen, was recognized as the Alumnus of the Year from the UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Alumni Association's Alumnus of the Year Awards Ceremony on April 24.
Steve Johnstone, a noted scholar of the history of ancient Greece,was one of 185 to win an award, out of the 3,200 who applied.
Neil Goodwin, author, film maker and son of a pioneering anthropologist, will speak at a benefit event for the Arizona State Museum.
The University of Arizona has made it possible to honor mothers and other women whose lives are memorable permanently and publicly by having their names inscribed in the Women's Plaza of Honor on the UA campus.
May 18 marks the bicentennial of the launching of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The program will also have on hand a unique edition of the the explorers' expedition journals.
Did you ever hear of Walter Bibbesworth, described as a "Thirteenth-Century Dr. Seuss?" Or did you ever stop to think about if or why Lancelot needed an education? These are just two of the topics to be discussed at an international conference on the UA campus beginning April 30.
Joaquin Ruiz hopes to draw more Hispanics into science with his weekly segment on local public radio station KUAZ.