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Richard Diebold's gift will fund archaeology projects and create two new teaching positions in the UA's venerable anthropology department.
The Womens Plaza of Honor will be west of Centennial Hall and east of the Arizona State Museum.
Workshop allows participant to experience and see issues through the eyes of grandparent-headed households.
American Indian studies Professor Tsianina Lomawaima will head the American Society for Ethnohistory in 2005.
Cultural music, drama, discussion and exhibits will highlight International Education Week, Nov. 13-19 on the UA campus.
The UA has become the only university in the United States to boast two faculty members who have been recognized by the Federal Republic of Germany with its top civilian honor.
Thanks to television crime dramas and popular detective novels, many Americans are familiar with the statement "you have the right to remain silent." Gary L. Stuart tells how this came about.
An exhibit of Mexican cultural tradition celebrating life and death opens at the UA Main Library this month.
The UA and Tucson communities are invited to watch the creation of the Altar de Dia de Muertos beginning on Friday, Oct. 29, at the University of Arizona BookStore in the Student Union Memorial Center.
Researchers at the University of Arizona are zeroing in on the parts of the healthy brain that activate when people recognize a face, and when they don't. Their results will help find more answers to the mysteries of Alzheimer's disease.