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The law school is holding a series of information sessions for prospective students who want to learn about its programs.
The freshman class grew by nearly 10 percent while academic quality and diversity also improved.
The new College of Education emphasis area will help train researchers needed to shape the future of science education in elementary and middle schools.
A new residence hall community is offering new students additional support and opportunities for socialization.
A group of students is working to make the UA first in Arizona to participate in the "The 10,000 Hours Show."
Border Beat, an online publication by students about regional border issues, is a finalist in the 2007 Online Journalism Awards.
Site developed by UA alum features information about programs for youth, instructional materials for teachers, volunteer opportunities and more.
Thousands of school children throughout Arizona will get dramatic lessons on the importance of a critical and increasingly scarce natural resource.
The second “A Store” will open in Tucson’s Park Place mall on Sept. 15.
Vito has received national recognition for a number of UA programs, including student affairs fund development and alcohol and drug prevention among high-risk populations.