The University of Arizona’s cyber operations program has joined a small group of programs designated as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations by the National Security Agency.
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Carol Barnes, a University of Arizona Regents' Professor of Psychology, Neurology and Neuroscience, one of the world's leading experts on brain aging, has been elected a member of the prestigious National Academy of Sciences. She was one of only 84 new members elected and the only new member from Arizona to be recognized by this private, nonprofit organization of the country’s leading researchers.
Looking for something to do with Dad for the upcoming Father's Day Weekend? Check out these three weekend events happening around Tucson.
Treat your dad to an early Father’s Day treat by grabbing tickets for the premiere showcase of Tucson’s Mexican food culture hosted by the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance. With more than 20 different restaurants on hand, even the mildest salsa pallet should be represented.
A few days into her study abroad experience in Spain, Kara Dunn, University of Arizona Honors college physiology major and Flinn Scholar, woke up paralyzed. Her brother, Ryan Dunn, has started a GoFundMe page to help bring her home to Arizona.
Imagine a healthcare system tailored specifically to you – one where doctors took not only your medical records, but your family history and even genetics into consideration.
In the pitch black, sunglasses appear and pulse to “Sunglasses at Night.” The disintegrate into kaleidoscope shapes, before clacking cameras appear, only to do the same. Red text announces “chapters”, from Chapter 1: Darkness to Chapter 5: The End?, all set to thumping, recognizable 80s songs.
Nervous about starting college? Don't worry, you're not alone. Here are a few tips from someone who was once a nervous, out-of-state freshman wondering how she would survive at a school larger than her hometown.
Sean Parker, native Tucsonan and internationally-recognized astrophotographer, has ‘aurora borealis' socks. The green socks act as a lucky charm to help him capture the photos he’s known for.
Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium has partnered with Bear Essential News to present the work of astrophotographer Sean Parker, a native Arizonan, in an event called Sean Parker’s Universe on December 6 at 6 p.m.
In 2010 and 2011, Plemons interviewed two doctors and many patients. He sat in on clinical consolations and surgeries, collecting qualitative data. He said two main schools of thought emerged based on the question of what transgender people need from medicine.
The Navajo Nation’s first utility-scale solar plant is now providing sun-powered electricity to area homes. The 27.3-megawatt project sits on 300acres in Kayenta, a Navajo community south of Monument Valley, Arizona.
The Safeway on 1940 E. Broadway Blvd. now has more to offer than groceries. As of August 9, the store has opened a Banner Quick Care clinic to provide different health care services for store customers.
“First and foremost, it’s about reintegration, reintegrating people into a new life here,” Hadley said. Iskashitaa is a Somali and Maay Maay word meaning “working cooperatively together.”
According to a new report, Pima County experiences an average of 47 extreme weather events annually, from dust storms and hail to thunderstorms and flash floods.
ASUA is comprised of three branches. The administrative branch handles programs and services, like Spring Fling, Pride Alliance and SafeRide. The executive branch handles clubs and club funding. The presidential branch, known as the cabinet, oversees two programs, ZonaZoo and the Wildcat Events Board.
Michael Finnegan, Associated Students for the University of Arizona president for the 2016-2017 academic year, had an expected range of achievements and challenges during his term.
UA’s Valley Fever Center For Excellence, or VFCE, received a $2.7 million National Institute of Health grant to study the genetics behind why only a small portion of the population responds severely to valley fever.
President Donald Trump focused much of his campaign speech on reviving the failing coal industry with deregulation and more jobs, but Derek Lemoine, an assistant professor of economics and UA Statistics-Graduate Interdisciplinary Program professor, said Trump’s rhetoric has a few issues.