The Arizona Board of Regents has selected Greenwood/Asher and Associates, Inc. to serve as the consulting firm throughout the search for a long-term UA president.
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Computer networks constantly waste money because of their constant energy consumption, even if they are idle. A UA professor’s “green” improvements may finally force them to absorb power proportionately.
When Amanda Merz, a senior studying journalism and geography, heard about the $25 drop fee given to courses dropped after the first week of classes, she said it was “ridiculous,” and just a ploy to squeeze more money out of students.
State Sen. Paula Aboud will visit campus today as part of the UA’s Out on The Job Speaker Series. The series is a one-hour seminar that brings speakers from Tucson’s community together to talk about the challenges and benefits they’ve experienced from being “out” on the job.
LOS ANGELES — Watching just a short bit of the wildly popular kids TV show “SpongeBob SquarePants” has been known to give many parents headaches. Psychologists have now found that a brief exposure to SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward and the rest of the crew also appears to dampen preschoolers’ brain power.
The UA may soon get the green light to start planning on two new buildings that will help the university reach its research goals.
While Wildcat JobLink can be a helpful tool for students looking for employment, it can also be a misleading one. Posted jobs are not always what they seem to be, say some students.
In a room full of young musicians, Darian Douglas teaches children how to properly hold a string instrument, which sometimes look bigger than the student.
Moon Express, a privately funded lunar transportation company, has 20 million reasons to accurately land their robot on the moon as part of the Google Lunar X Prize.
TAWERGHA, Libya — This town was once home to thousands of mostly black non-Arab residents. Now, the only manmade sound is a generator that powers a small militia checkpoint, where rebels say the town is a “closed military area.”
WASHINGTON — Citing state sovereignty and economic hardship, Republican lawmakers said Tuesday that they wanted to give Congress the authority to veto presidents’ national monument designations, a power used by nearly every executive since Theodore Roosevelt.
A high volume of spam on Monday afternoon caused a delay in the CatMail delivery system for several hours.
The UA’s Wildcat Events Board is accepting applications to join the student-run event-planning organization.
As a senior, ASUA Executive Vice President Bryan Ponton never thought he would be joining a fraternity, let alone become a founding father of one.
Spray on your bug repellent.
Monica Stephens, a Ph.D. candidate in the UA School of Geography and Development, created a map showing the retail price of marijuana throughout the country
The UA Visitor Center began its fall Campus Walking Tours this month. The tours, which are typically conducted by UA Visitor Center volunteers and UA alumni, occur every Wednesday at 10 a.m.
Firefighters are often in situations that result in debilitating injuries, and the UA is looking to prevent those with a proactive method.
There’s a new addition to the UA Main Library’s equipment-lending list of magnifying glasses, laptops and projectors: iPad 2s are now available for checkout.
The UA is estimating a decrease new enrollment in the Arizona Assurance Scholars Program by about 400 students, almost 40 percent, by 2016, according to the UA strategic plan.