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Native SOAR, a College of Education program, will now reach more Native American communities with mentorship resources and professional development opportunities for K-12 educators.
The Arizona Queer Archives, the first archive in Arizona to capture the histories and stories of LGBTQI+ communities, has a new home in the University Libraries Special Collections.
The Ford Foundation has awarded UArizona $1.18 million to to create a community-led archive that offers a more comprehensive portrayal of the U.S.-Mexico border.
To understand the unique experience of Black grief, it's necessary to consider the collective grief Black Americans have suffered as the result of America's long history of racialization and racist violence, UArizona experts say.
Faculty members in the Department of History developed new educational content for the video game Age of Empires IV. Current and future students can earn credit toward their degrees when they interact with the material.
Chemistry instructor Colleen Kelley uses her imagination and knack for storytelling to make "boring" chemistry anything but. By disguising chemical elements as superheroes and turning chemical reactions into mysteries, her comics help fourth through sixth graders master chemistry concepts typically taught at the college level.
Floods affect more people than any other type of natural disaster and are expected to increase as the climate changes. Beth Tellman uses satellite data to better understand where floods occur and to develop applications for emergency response and recovery.
World's fairs introduced us to Heinz ketchup, the Ferris wheel and countless other innovations. Lisa Schrenk is a UArizona scholar who studies world's fairs and their cultural impacts.
Television has served as "a primary source of America's racial education," says UArizona scholar Stephanie Troutman Robbins, co-editor of "Race in American Television: Voices and Visions that Shaped a Nation."
The grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry will go toward activities that bolster the stories and experiences of underrepresented groups in the borderlands.