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The Associated Students of the University of Arizona voted to fund Pride Alliance in the amount of $2,000 Wednesday Nov. 29. The funding was not voted on without the senate being reminded of how they treated Pride Alliance at the last senate meeting.
University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Robbins presented his first public operational and financial review to the Arizona Board of Regents on Friday, Nov. 17. Robbins, along with other UA leadership presented the board with their important goals for the future.
The Arizona Board of Regents will discuss academic programs and policies and hear about future plans from the University of Arizona president, during its on-campus meetings on Thursday, Nov. 16, and Friday, Nov. 17.
University of Arizona president Robert Robbins addressed the Associated Students of the University of Arizona on Nov. 1 about issues facing the UA.
However, UA does not pay Molera Alvarez to act on the university's behalf. Instead, the University of Arizona Foundation pays Molera Alvarez to act on behalf of UA.
The Graduate and Professional Student Council voted to cancel their Tuesday special election due to lack of written precedent guiding the process.
“The University of Arizona will receive approximately $400 million, with half of that going toward Building 90 and eight other existing buildings on campus,” Ducey said. “The other half will go toward two new, cutting-edge research facilities focused on physical sciences, engineering, bio-engineering, bio-science, and bio-medicine.”
The Associate Students of the University of Arizona voted to set the date for a special election, fund Students for Sustainability for an upcoming conference, and discussed the College of Education's new minor.
With the 110-degree heat and 300-plus days of sun, it makes sense that new sunscreen technology would come from Tucson.
While trust can have a genetic component, distrust does not. Trust can be heritable, while distrust is built through experience according to a study done by the Eller College of Management.