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Since it was established last year, the Indigenous Resilience Center has added to its roster experts who have long worked with and for Native American communities. University leaders hope tribes can guide the center's next moves.
Since its founding in 1999, the Native American Languages and Linguistics master's degree program has been training students in linguistics, language documentation and language revitalization.
Funded by a three-year, $1.5 million grant, the university's new Language Training Center will provide language and culture training to U.S. Department of Defense personnel.
With the Department of Health and Human Services grant, UArizona experts will work with a Virginia school district to develop programs to improve students' mental health.
Sociologist Jennifer Carlson has spent over a decade examining the politics of guns in American life. She is one of 25 selected this year for a prestigious MacArthur Fellowship, often referred to as a "genius grant."
President's Postdoctoral Fellow Carlos Parra is working on a book about the rise of Spanish-language television in the United States. The first Spanish-language station in the U.S. was established in 1955.
President's Postdoctoral Fellow Carlos Parra is working on a book about the rise of Spanish-language television in the United States.
Reproductive justice, 19th-century sex scandals and the cultural impacts of drag performance are among the topics speakers will address in the free series at the Fox Tucson Theatre.
The university's Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry has formed a binational partnership to support Nogales artists in visually interpreting the realities of being from and living on the U.S.-Mexico border.
A $2.3 million grant will allow the College of Education to help three school districts in central Arizona better support children who may have fallen behind during the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic.