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UArizona students have developed an online game modeled after the popular "tangram" puzzle game. It is designed to teach quantum computation concepts to everyone from middle school students to scientists.
On Match Day, fourth-year students at the university's College of Medicine – Tucson and College of Medicine – Phoenix learned where they will spend the next three to seven years of their careers as physicians.
More than 99% of current University of Arizona students will see no increase because their tuition and fees previously were frozen under the Guaranteed Tuition Program.
CatSat is a small satellite carrying a new communications concept – an inflatable antenna – into space. Led by UArizona students and supported by engineers from local aerospace companies, the project offers students a rare chance to get hands-on experience with spaceflight technology.
Amplifying Blackness in the Borderlands is a new program that will allow students to create projects that explore what it means to be Black in Tucson and the Southwest.
First-year student Liam Mohajeri Norris will make "LEGO Masters" history as part of the first mother-son team to compete on the FOX competition show. Season three of "LEGO Masters" premieres Sept. 21 on FOX.
Eric Romero spent much of his high school life being compared to Peter Parker – the alter ego of Spider-Man. As he begins his journey at UArizona, the computer science major hopes to be a force for good in the world of technology.
Diane Saali was drawn to the University of Arizona because of the care and support she felt in a summer program at the Eller College of Management. She hopes to pay it forward in her future business endeavors.
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.
The University of Arizona has enrolled its largest, most diverse and most academically prepared incoming class in history, with approximately 8,900 first-year students starting classes this fall.