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By creating new opportunities and modalities for students to stay on track or begin a degree program, UArizona has been able to increase its international student enrollment despite challenges posed by the pandemic.
UArizona history faculty members developed educational content for the popular strategy game. Engaging with the content can earn current and future UArizona students one hour of academic credit.
The play, by students in the university's intermediate Navajo class, revolves around issues of identity and cultural knowledge. It will be performed on Nov. 22 at 4 p.m.
The university ranked No. 14 overall and No. 12 among public universities in Newsweek's first-ever ranking of online colleges and learning providers.
UArizona Provost Liesl Folks is principal investigator on a project that aims to give women in science, technology, engineering and math disciplines strategic tools to identify, address and overcome gender bias and discrimination.
UArizona ranks among the nation's leaders in the number of doctoral degrees awarded to Native American and Hispanic students, according to data from the National Science Foundation.
The project promises a new look, new life and a new neighbor for "Old Chem," plus the expansion of collaborative learning spaces on campus.
The gift from William A. "Bill" Franke and family provides scholarships, stipends to defray the cost of living in the Honors Village, and funding for students to study abroad.
As the world celebrates International Coffee Day on Oct. 1, UArizona students will be learning about the complexity of coffee in the new course Food 353: Coffee from Crop to Cup.
The program in the James E. Rogers College of Law aims to diversify the legal field by offering a guide for Latina Bachelor of Arts in Law students interested in attending law school.