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The university's Center for Innovation – a business incubator network that empowers science and technology startups to bring their ideas to market – had an economic output of $35.3 million in 2021, according to a new analysis.
The university's Poetry Center will host the Poetry Out Loud state championship in person for the first time on Saturday. High school students from across the state will take part in the competition.
Dozens of presentations from UArizona experts, a film festival and more are on tap at this year's Wonder House as the university returns to South by Southwest.
Headliners for this weekend's on-campus festival include rock icon and Tucson native Linda Ronstadt, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders and sports journalist Jemele Hill.
More environmentally friendly agriculture practices are needed to keep the farming industry strong in Arizona, a report from the university's Southwest Center finds.
Amplifying Blackness in the Borderlands is a new program that will allow students to create projects that explore what it means to be Black in Tucson and the Southwest.
UArizona faculty members and community partners have created a public archive, called DETAINED, that includes interviews with asylum-seekers and undocumented migrants incarcerated in Arizona.
"The Linda McCartney Retrospective" makes is North American debut Saturday at the Center for Creative Photography. Related lectures, musical performances and other events are planned.
Four Ukrainian startups are calling the University of Arizona Tech Park home for six months. They will receive training and support through the Center for Innovation as they explore market expansion opportunities in the United States.
University of Arizona space sciences activities generate more than $560 million every year for the local economy, according to an economic impact report delivered by Rounds Consulting Group.