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UA American Indian Studies Program celebrates the release of the nonprofit, student run American Indian magazine Red Ink.
Shelton to outline his priorities and goals for the UA.
UA Hispanic Alumni creates new awards as part of Homecoming.
Award recognizes outstanding female student-athletes who have excelled in athletics, academics, leadership and service.
A UA alumna who heads up a St. Jude Children's Research Hospital department will give a free public lecture Nov. 1.
A number of events on the UA campus will explore the rights of both the press and the government.
The book offers advice on handling situation in and out of court, plus tools for overcoming shyness and managing stress.
Attendees will explore curriculum design and course development, teaching methodology, teacher cognition and conduct data analysis.
A teaching and research library in the College of Education is promoting the reading of international children's literature in the United States.
One of the key messages during the weeklong effort is to join together to make positive change for the future.