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  • 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

  • Atifa Rawan

    The bell of the USS Arizona was rung today to honor two University of Arizona librarians for their work on a project to digitize and provide online access to a one-of-a-kind collection of historical materials on Afghanistan.

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  • Kristopher Weatherly

    A bone marrow drive will be held on campus next week, in part to find a donor for a University Teaching Center employee who has been diagnosed with cancer.

    Kristopher Weatherly, associate director of the University of Arizona... Read More

  • The solar-electric Xebra Zaptruck is the newest addition to Parking and Transportation Services' vehicle fleet. (Photo courtesy of PTS)

    This is one truck you don't want to park in the garage.

    And it's not just because the tiny two-seater's got a novel "cute" factor that makes you want to show it off – it does, with its unusual three-wheel structure and a... Read More

  • Photo of UA seal by Scott Kirkessner

    The University of Arizona's Transformation Plan moved a step forward Monday when the Faculty Senate voted to approve several proposed changes to academic organizational units and academic programs, including mergers, closures and... Read More

  • Students who participate in Arizona Youth University can choose from day camps in a variety of subjects, including environmental science.

    Got kids who need something to do this summer?

    The University of Arizona sponsors a number of summer youth programs, many of which take place right on campus, making it easy for UA employees to get their kids to fun activities... Read More

  • UA College of Science Galileo Circle Fellows (from left) Michael Rosenzweig, E. Philip Kride (Copyright 2009 FOTOSMITH)

    Five faculty members of The University of Arizona College of Science have been named 2009 Galileo Circle Fellows, one of the highest honors bestowed upon faculty in the college.

    The awards, established through the generosity... Read More

  • With the semester soon coming to a close, Campus Recreation is encouraging members of the campus community to visit the Student Recreation Center during its Wellness Stimulus Week.

    Campus Recreation is holding "Wellness Stimulus Week" through Friday to promote a healthy lifestyle and reduce stress within The University of Arizona community.

    "Campus Recreation's dream is to foster healthy lifestyles for... Read More

  • University of Arizona employees facing job losses or changes can get a hand in planning their next steps from a new Web site created by Human Resources.

    The career transition Web site, launched in March, serves as a central... Read More

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  • Melissa Vito, vice president for Student Affairs

    The University of Arizona's four major student cultural centers will be combined into one all-inclusive community center this summer as part of a reorganization of the Student Affairs division.

    The change is just one aspect of... Read More

  • 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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