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The University is building a "second campus" entirely on the Web via Second Life.
Universal design does not only help disabled students, but can also help English language learners, older and nontraditional students.
College of Engineering giving circle honors materials science professor who is well known for mentoring students.
This safer cooking surface could help elderly people stay independent longer and would be helpful to those with mobility impairment.
After 22 years of representing Arizona's eighth congressional district on Capitol Hill, former U.S. Rep. Jim Kolbe will teach a graduate class titled "Trade and Globalization in the 21st Century."
An interpreter will be provided for the hearing community as Keith Wann tells his life story in American Sign Language.
The Bobcats Senior Honorary's main priority is to preserve the university's traditions.
UA Law students are working with interpretation students to help Spanish speakers receiving help from the Domestic Violence Law Clinic.
UA American Indian Studies Program celebrates the release of the nonprofit, student run American Indian magazine Red Ink.
College of Law faculty and students helped draft a law in Guatemala that will allow industralists the chance to take out credit.