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Emily Aguilar was already working on a certificate in aircraft mechanics when her high school counselor showed her some aerospace engineering videos that helped her choose an academic direction.
University of Arizona students and faculty members completed a comprehensive study to track and characterize satellites, using a ground-based sensor they developed to measure satellites' brightness, speed and paths through the sky.
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.
The Department of State's Diplomacy Lab gives college students the opportunity to present their recommendations on various topics. Two UArizona classes teamed up in the fall to participate in the program for the first time.
For weeks, UArizona students have been gathering data on a high-profile piece of space junk on a collision course with the moon. They've confirmed it's not a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket booster as previously believed.
A $250,000 grant will help the university expand three internship-related programs focused especially on students of color, first-generation college students and students with financial need.
In its seventh year of operation, Arizona Online earned top-10 rankings in several categories in U.S. News & World Report's 2022 Best Online Bachelor's Programs rankings.
Most scientists researching California's extreme weather have focused their investigations on the last decade. But new UArizona research finds that an increasing trend in extreme weather began half a century ago.
The University of Arizona has joined a collaboration with Space Trust – a nongovernmental organization based in the United Kingdom – and the University of Nairobi in Kenya to develop a series of Earth-orbiting spacecraft built by university students.
Doctoral student Kira Hart Shanks designed and built the infrared channeled spectropolarimeter, which will be deployed onboard a NASA CubeSat to monitor invisible clouds in the upper atmosphere.