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  • Susan Morrison has a hand in creating costumes for every show performed by the Arizona Repertory Theatre.

    Name
    Susan Morrison
    Position
    Costume shop supervisor, School of Theatre Arts
    Number of years at the UA
    5
    Favorite part of working at the UA
    Working with students

    If you've ever... Read More

  • About 500 UA students and employees volunteered to clean up seven campus-area neighborhoods. (Photo courtesy of the Office of Community Relations)

    Relationships between University of Arizona students and their nonstudent neighbors aren't always easy. In an effort to improve them, a team of UA students and employees recently took to the streets to clean up seven neighborhoods near... Read More

  • Anoop Chandola, author of "The Dharma Videos of Lust: Mysteries of Indian Religions"

    There have long been two sides to Anoop Chandola. There's the academician – a liberal university professor and linguist-anthropologist. Then there's a Hindu priest, who performs marriage, child naming and other traditional Hindu... Read More

  • Vincent Dixon, senior supervisor of the Student Union Memorial Center's production kitchen, is celebrating his 10th year at the UA.

    In the depths of Student Union Memorial Center exists a hidden, bustling world. It's the union's production kitchen, where cooks busily prepare meals for campus's long list of eateries, catered events and convenience stores.

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  • Christine Dykgraaf

    Three faculty members with distinguished careers in the classroom were presented with 2009 Magellan Circle Teaching Awards during the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences convocation ceremony.

    Christine Dykgraaf,... Read More

  • As some campus units seek out new sources of funding in challenging economic times, The University of Arizona community is asked to review campus policies regarding advertising and sponsor recognition on UA Web sites.

    A team... Read More

  • Hoshin Gupta, a hydrology professor at the UA, has written a rock opera to be performed at the Zuzi! Theater this weekend. (Photo by Maria Sans-Fuentes)

    There came a time in Hoshin Gupta's life when he had to choose between a career in science and one in music. But while the University of Arizona hydrology and water resources professor opted for a professional life in the lab, his... Read More

  • Stimulus money is available for a broad range of purposes, such as continuing research, initiating programs, funds for design and construction and for hiring temporary research employees, which bring hope to a higher education system that has recently seen a reduction in funding, a consolidation of programs and services, and also layoffs and furloughs.

    The effort to strategically submit federal funding proposals in order to maximize The University of Arizona's ability to reap more federal economic stimulus money is beginning to see returns.

    Soon after the passage of the... Read More

  • Whimsical paintings, photographs of the desert in bloom, even a stuffed fabric version of Tucson's Old Pueblo Trolley, with postage stamp-sized passengers like President Barack Obama and University of Arizona President Robert N.... Read More

  • Chris Segrin, Professional Education Teaching and Mentoring Award winner

    Each year, with the help of the campus community, The University of Arizona recognizes faculty for excellence in teaching at the Awards of Distinction ceremony. On Friday, the UA Provost's Office held the annual luncheon and ceremony... Read More

  • President Robert N. Shelton helps "Stuff the Cat Tran" at an inaugural food drive hosted by the Staff Advisory Council and Parking and Transportation Services this spring.

    This year's UA4Food campaign raised a record-breaking amount of food and money for the Tucson Community Food Bank, pulling in more than twice the cash raised last year.

    The annual campus giving campaign raised $62,825 and 27,... Read More

  • 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.

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  • 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

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