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The free Oct. 10 event will allow students and would-be Wildcats to learn about program offerings in 78 colleges and departments.
Educators, administrators and counselors are encouraged to attend a daylong workshop on the history and effects of bullying.
The program is one of several ways The University of Arizona attempts to help students select a major early in their academic careers.
Aside from discounts to UA events and special information on how to get involved, the club's young members hopefully will develop an interest in attending college one day.
One car will focus on rock climbing and hill climbing, while the other will focus on acceleration and endurance racing.
UA institute is bringing to light the living and working conditions of women who are domestic laborers and immigration detainees.
The UCATS program places students in local schools so they can get practical training before they graduate.
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.