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The Graduate and Professional Student Council will consider changes to their governing documents that will alter the way the council is run.
University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Robbins announced he chose Dr. Michael Dake to serve as senior vice president for Health Sciences Thursday, April 12.
From April 2 to April 6, the Associated Students of the University of Arizona hosted ‘I Will Week’ to bring awareness of sexual assault to campus.
On Friday, April 6, the Arizona Board of Regents named Williams a Regents professor, the highest distinction for tenured faculty in Arizona. For Williams this honor is more than just an honor for him.
The Arizona Board of Regents concluded their meeting at the on Friday, April 6 by amending head men’s basketball coach Sean Miller’s contract, clarifying personal safety devices for students and appointing new regents professors from UA.
The Arizona Board of Regents approved the terms for its transition agreement with board president Eileen Klein Thursday, April 5. Klein announced her decision to leave the regents on March 26.
The Arizona Board of Regents approved a 2 percent increase in base tuition Thursday, April 5, with no change in mandatory fees for the University of Arizona for the 2018-2019 school year.
The Arizona Board of Regents will hold simultaneous public hearings on Tuesday, March 27 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. regarding tuition and fees.
Arizona Board of Regents President Eileen Klein announced Monday, March 26 that she will step down after serving in the position for five years. In a post on the regents’ website, Klein said that she is leaving the regents to explore other options in her career, and that she is proud of what the regents and universities have accomplished.
Tuition raised yet again, on par with the average 2 percent increase every year that is standard for tuition prices.
Natalynn Masters is currently transitioning to be ASUA president, which she will serve as for the 2018-19 year. Her platforms include addressing diversity issues, educating students and faculty on microagressions and answering the requests of marginalized students.
Natalynn Masters will be the student body president next year, announced ASUA after the general elections on Feb. 26 and 27. Her position was announced along with the vice president and senator positions.
ASUA presidential candidates Natalynn Masters and Anna Woolridge debated before the general elections which will take place on Feb. 27 and 28.
A panel of students from the Associated Students of the University of Arizona asked questions at a forum on Wednesday, Feb. 22 for the ASUA senate candidates who won the primary elections.
Candidates for the Associated Students of the University of Arizona vice presidential position introduced their platforms and debated on Wednesday, Feb. 23.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona announced its general election candidates Wednesday, Feb. 22.
The candidates for executive offices—president, executive vice president and administrative vice president—presented their platforms and addressed diversity issues on campus.
The Arizona Board of Regents hired Brittney S. Kaufmann as Associate Vice President of Government Affairs and Community Relations, on Monday, Jan. 29.
Members of BLACK — Building Leaders and Creating Knowledge — had to leave Navajo-Pinal Residence Hall due to construction in Arizona Stadium. They faced miscommunications which led to paying for two dorms at once, parking passes that couldn't be switched to another garage, and false move-out dates. Eventually they met with UA President Robert Robbins and Dean of Students Kendal Washington White to sort the issue out.
On-going lawsuit involving the University of Arizona's Richard F. Caris Mirror Lab and Lithe Technologies, LLC. needs Arizona Board of Regents approval to continue collecting money for $1.4 million in damages made to mirror.