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The scholarship provides students full tuition, fees and on-campus housing for four years, as well as funding for other opportunities such as research projects or study abroad.
The three grants from the U.S. Department of Education's TRIO Programs will help first-generation students, students from low-income households and students with disabilities pursue STEM majors, earn bachelor's degrees and become teachers.
Tech Launch Arizona has awarded funding to five-student teams to develop inventions with the goal of bringing them to the public as impactful products to benefit society.
Abra McAndrew, assistant vice president of access, engagement and opportunity, says preparation and flexibility are key to succeeding in a tumultuous job market.
Jake Meyers' urban farming in Nairobi video won the grand prize in the 2020 Planet Forward Storyfest contest.
The University of Arizona has been named a top producer of Fulbright students by the Institute of Higher Education, ranking No. 14 among U.S. research institutions and setting a university record with 20 awardees.
A student-led effort to document animals and plants lays the groundwork for renewed conservation efforts and research on Tumamoc Hill, a popular hiking spot and home to the university's Desert Laboratory.
University of Arizona junior Lindsey Koelbel will intern at HawkEye 360 for the summer as part of a program for women and gender-minority students in aerospace.
In a custom-developed VR classroom complete with a laboratory, nanoscale objects come to life for students thanks to the power of science data visualization.
UArizona engineering undergraduate Andre Schreiber was among seven students selected internationally to spend a year in the U.K. testing and designing parts for some of the world’s fastest cars.