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  • With the end of the semester upon us, employees who have not already done so are reminded to complete the online Harassment Prevention Education Program.

    University of Arizona President Robert N. Shelton has asked that all... Read More

  • Thousands of University of Arizona students will be presented with their degrees at next week's spring Commencement, but they're not the only ones taking part in the big day. Year after year, UA faculty and staff play a key role in the... Read More

  • As public concern continues with regard to the H1N1 virus, or "swine" flu, The University of Arizona's Campus Emergency Response Team has made available on its Web site information on the virus, including UA-specific communications, a... Read More

  • The Motorist Assistance program sends officers to rescue keys locked in drivers' cars on campus.

    It's Friday afternoon and the clock finally strikes 5 p.m., but as you prepare to hop in the car and drive off into your weekend, you're stopped in your tracks as you realize something's missing. Your keys. The ones you unknowingly... Read More

  • The UA Faculty/Staff choir will perform its spring concert May 8 at the Our Saviour's Lutheran Church.

    When they're not squinting at a computer, lecturing in front a class or working in a lab, one group of University of Arizona employees is taking time out to "sing away" some of the stress of the daily grind.

    Twice a week,... Read More

  • Oficiales de La Universidad de Arizona continúan reuniéndose diariamente para vigilar la situación y tomar medidas inmediatas para proteger la salud de la comunidad del área y para poder responder con rapidez si es necesario, ya... Read More

  • Tuition and fees will top the agenda when the Arizona Board of Regents meets on The University of Arizona campus this Thursday and Friday. The board is slated to consider possible fee increases, tuition surcharges and a measure that... Read More

  • The 14th annual Technologies Showcase will focus, in part, on creating online instruction opportunities for students.

    Faculty members who want to offer classes or course materials online but aren't sure how to make the technological leap can get a crash course in the process at the  upcoming Technologies Showcase at The University of Arizona.

    ... Read More
  • The Cat Tran shuttle will begin making stops on North Fourth Avenue and at the Ronstadt Transit Center downtown next month.

    Beginning May 18, The University of Arizona's Cat Tran shuttle will roll into new territory, making stops in the Fourth Avenue shopping district and downtown Tucson for the first time.

    The new stops on the Cat Tran USA route... Read More

  • Ros Hill with (from left) students Rita Riggs, Robert Tracy and Sarah Dahlin at the San Xavier Mining Laboratory.

    The International Society of Mine Safety Professionals has awarded the H.L. Boling Above and Beyond Safety Award to John R.M. "Ros" Hill, director of the Henry G. "Hank" Grundstadt San Xavier Mining  Laboratory and professor of... Read More

  • A UA graduate student started the Arizona Repertory Singers 25 years ago.

    An evening of singing and stargazing will take place on The University of Arizona campus Saturday in celebration of the Arizona Repertory Singers' 25th season in Tucson.

    The "This Shining Night" gala concert and reception will... Read More

  • La Universidad de Arizona esta vigilando el brote internacional de la influenza de origen porcino, y ha recomendado a la facultad, personal y estudiantes de la UA evitar viajes no-esenciales a México hasta nuevo aviso.

    ... Read More

  • Karl Flessa, head of the department of geosciences, will serve as director of the UA's new School of Earth and Environmental Sciences.

    In a time when global climate change and the environment are top priorities worldwide, a new school at The University of Arizona is gearing up to become a leader in earth and environmental research.

    The School of Earth and... Read More

  • Are you stressed at work? Skipping lunch? Not getting enough sleep? These are just some of the topics addressed by a new employee survey distributed by The University of Arizona's Life & Work Connections.

    A link to the... Read More

  • Albrecht Classen

    This year's Five Star Faculty Award, the only campuswide teaching award presented by University of Arizona students, will go to Albrecht Classen, a University Distinguished Professor in the German studies department.

    "All of... Read More

  • WebEx users can host online meetings with features like audio, video, instant messaging and more.

    Anyone who's ever tried to coordinate a campus meeting knows how difficult it can be to get everyone in the same place at the same time.

    The task is a little easier when using online conferencing services – which allow... Read More

  • No matter how busy your schedule is today, make sure to take time out to thank the administrative professionals in your office for all the hard work they do.

    Administrative Professionals Day is being celebrated in workplaces... Read More

  • University Boulevard will go green, literally, when students paint a portion of the street for next Wednesday's Earth Day block party. But don't worry – they'll stick with eco-friendly, water soluble, low volatile organic compound... Read More

  • Mary Lor's "Trash Can" won first place in the sculpture category at last year's "On Our Own Time" employee art exhibit.

    By day, Mary Lor cruises campus streets as a Cat Tran shuttle driver. But when she's not behind the steering wheel, you might find her behind a spinning wheel, or perhaps a potter's wheel.

    Lor is just one of many University of... Read More

  • Chandra Desai

    The Structural Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Institutes of the American Society of Civil Engineers has awarded its 2009 Nathan M. Newmark Medal to University of Arizona Regents' Professor Chandra Desai.

    The award is... Read More


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