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  • As more Tucsonans struggle to feed their families in difficult economic times, members of The University of Arizona community can help by donating to UA4Food, the University's giving campaign benefiting the Tucson Community Food Bank.Â... Read More

  • Several employees will be honored next week for reaching milestone years of service at The University of Arizona.

    More than 1,000 employees have been invited to the annual Service Awards Luncheon, which recognizes benefits-... Read More

  • Victor J. Hruby

    Victor J. Hruby, Regents' Professor emeritus of chemistry at The University of Arizona, recently received the Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award from the American Chemical Society. The award recognizes and encourages excellence in organic... Read More

  • Several University of Arizona employees will be honored next month for going above and beyond in their jobs.

    The University Staff Awards for Excellence – presented annually by the Staff Advisory Council, Appointed... Read More

  • Alexander Cronin

    The University Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Teaching, awarded annually through the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost and The University of Arizona Foundation, recognize excellence in teaching on campus.

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  • Housing for freshmen, graduate students and employees is a key interest among members of The University of Arizona community as well as nearby neighborhoods, according to a consulting firm that is assisting in an update of the... Read More

  • Brett Hammond

    Employees with questions about retirement planning are invited to attend a presentation by Brett Hammond, a managing director and chief investment strategist for TIAA-CREF, one of the country's largest financial services companies.... Read More

  • Innovator of the Year Victor J. Hruby

    Research pursuits ranging from global warming studies to cancer vaccine development to the use of optical science to analyze Renaissance paintings were highlighted Tuesday during "Innovation Day at UA."

    The sixth annual... Read More

  • The UA Staff Advisory Council and Parking and Transportation Services hope to fill a Cat Tran shuttle with donations for the Tucson Community Food Bank.

    Members of the Staff Advisory Council and Parking and Transportation Services are asking campus community members to reach into their pantries and donate nonperishable food items for their first "Stuff the Bus" food drive.

    The... Read More

  • Cyclists of all skill levels can participate in the UA Criterium Bicycle Race.

    Cyclists will speed through campus April 4 for the third annual University of Arizona Criterium Bicycle Race, presented by the UA Cycling Club and Fair Wheel Bikes.

    The XOOD Energizes UA Criterium Bicycle Race, sponsored by... Read More

  • As details begin to emerge about federal stimulus money available through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, the Office of the Vice President for Research, Graduate Studies and Economic Development at The University of... Read More

  • In these challenging economic times, everyone is looking for ways to save a few bucks. One way University of Arizona employees can pinch pennies is to take advantage of the variety of employee discounts available at businesses in... Read More

  • Koi pond near North Park Avenue and East Second Street

    Whether it's the best place to read a book, relax in the shade, enjoy your lunch or people watch, campus is filled with unique nooks and crannies, and everyone has their favorites.

    The University of Arizona Visitor Center is... Read More

  • Peter Smith

    The bell of the USS Arizona was rung today to honor Peter Smith, principal investigator for the Phoenix Mars Mission.

    The bell – which is rung only on significant occasions in the life of the UA – is tolled at the Student... Read More

  • Elena Díaz Björkquist began working with Rosi Andrade nearly 10 years ago on an initiative that is gearing up to produce an anthology featuring the writings of local women.

    Rosi Andrade and Elena Díaz Björkquist constantly consider the relevance and impact of writing and storytelling.

    Both forms provide opportunity for education, connection, cultural preservation and, when inclusive of people... Read More

  • Saundra Taylor

    Nominations are being accepted through Tuesday for the first Saundra Taylor University Citizen Award, presented to one University of Arizona employee (classified staff, appointed personnel or administrative staff member) and one... Read More

  • The Arizona Board of Regents, which begins its two-day meeting at Arizona State University tomorrow,  is expected to hear from the presidents of all three state universities about the impact state budget cuts have had, and continue to... Read More

  • The Arizona Board of Regents, during its meeting at Arizona State University this week, is expected to approve a two-year exception to board policies that would allow university presidents to release certain employees at any time... Read More

  • Carla Nunn has seen a lot throughout her years coordinating Arizona Board of Regents meetings – from heated budget battles to protesters dressed as wildlife. But it was this January's meeting on The University of Arizona campus that... Read More

  • H. Jay Melosh

    University of Arizona planetary scientist and impact specialist H. Jay Melosh is this year's recipient of the Eugene Shoemaker Memorial Award presented by the BEYOND Center for Fundamental Concepts in Science at Arizona State... Read More

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