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El Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry de la Universidad de Arizona ha formado una asociación binacional para apoyar a los artistas de Nogales en la interpretación visual de las realidades de ser y vivir en la frontera entre los EE. UU. y México.
Jessica Retis, directora de la Facultad de Periodismo, habla en esta sesión de preguntas y respuestas sobre la creación del programa y cómo la Universidad de Arizona está en una posición única para capacitar a periodistas bilingües en una industria de medios de comunicación que evoluciona rápidamente.
School of Journalism director Jessica Retis talks about the creation of the bilingual journalism master's degree program and how UArizona is uniquely positioned to train bilingual journalists in an evolving media industry.
The university will establish a new Center for East Asian Studies that will join three other longstanding centers on campus. The centers will receive the funding over the next four years.
Living with high inflation and a tumultuous economy requires a change of mindset, says Richard P. Rosen, associate professor of personal and family financial planning.
Kiddie pools, air conditioned playgrounds and paw-protecting booties are some of dogs' best friends in the summertime, says Sarah Carotenuto, an assistant professor of practice in the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Social scientists have long thought that being smart and skilled will help you appear more trustworthy in situations where finances are involved. But new research from the Eller College of Management suggests that touting your abilities in these scenarios could backfire.
The charitable grant will fund graduate student fellowships in Persian and Iranian studies and a professorship in Iranian linguistics, whose first holder will be linguistics professor Simin Karimi.
Desert dwellers know it well: the smell of rain and the feeling of joy that comes with it. The familiar fragrance, which is the result of oils and chemicals released by desert plants, may offer stress-reducing health benefits, University of Arizona research suggests.
As heat waves blaze across the U.S., UArizona researcher Ladd Keith says city planners should take the lead in managing and mitigating extreme heat. Keith recently co-authored a report, published by the American Planning Association, that gives planners a set of principles and guidelines to address extreme heat in their communities.