At the end of 2018, UA Professor David Galbraith, from the School of Plant Sciences, was appointed as Honorary Dean at Henan University in China. Henan University is located in the city of Kaifeng in Henan Provence, on the central eastern side of China.
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The Tucson Festival of Books has a unique Southwestern identity that gives it charm and personality, in part from the annually changing mascot. Each chosen animal is connected to Arizona and calls the desert home.
The month of January was a busy one. The new year and the beginning of the semester brought an influx of news and events both local and worldwide. Here are some of our favorites:
“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” has been playing with a live cast at The Loft Cinema for 40 years, making it the longest-running live performance of the movie in the United States.
The Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block was awarded a $25,000 grant on Jan. 2 by the Flinn Foundation for researching and developing new technologies to integrate into the museum experience.
"Rooted" is the first annual art exhibition organized to benefit Tucson Clean and Beautiful, Inc., a local nonprofit organization. The organization works to "preserve and improve our environment, conserve natural resources and enhance the quality of life in the city of Tucson and eastern Pima County," according to its website.
John Green’s new novel, “Turtles All the Way Down,” is his first book since his bestselling young adult novel “The Fault in Our Stars” hit bookshelves in 2012. We all remember swooning when Hazel "fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once." We all remember crying when Gus "lit up like a Christmas tree." “The Fault in Our Stars” was undoubtedly a phenomenon among young readers, and it put Green on the radar as a YA novelist.
Through the month of October, the Nasty Women Exhibit will showcase local artists’ work at Bentley’s House of Coffee and Tea for the "Pussy Power: Planned Parenthood Art Show." All proceeds from the art sales will benefit Planned Parenthood Arizona.
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The University of Arizona's Center for Latin American Studies offers several opportunities for students and faculty to expand their knowledge of Brazilian culture through its new Brazilian Studies program.
In March, President Donald Trump’s first budget plan proposed complete defunding of the National Endowment for the Arts, along with the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Freshman Paige Brown recently received the Girl Scout Gold Award for creating Reading for All, a literacy program for children in Community Alliance Against Family Abuse (CAAFA), a domestic violence shelter in Apache Junction.
Matt Finish was first attracted to the world of burlesque in November 2011, when a friend of his insisted that he attend a show with her. Despite his disinterest, he went to a Black Cherry Burlesque performance at the Surly Wench Pub.
The Mat Bevel Institute, a company founded by brother and sister team Ned and Paula Schaper, has big plans after a successful six-month run of Kinetic Saturdays at The Museum of Kinetic Art.