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UA alum brings mass spectrometry testing to Tucson

Mass spectrometry is the new genomics, and Tucson is the place to be for the emerging market. At least that’s what Nina Ossanna, vice president and co-founder of Pharos Diagnostics, thinks. Ossanna is a three-time UA alum and worked at the university for 10 years as the business-development director for UA’s Bio5 Institute. She felt it was time for a change. Read more

UA alum brings mass spectrometry testing to Tucson

Mass spectrometry is the new genomics, and Tucson is the place to be for the emerging market. At least that’s what Nina Ossanna, vice president and co-founder of Pharos Diagnostics, thinks. Ossanna is a three-time UA alum and worked at the university for 10 years as the business-development director for UA’s Bio5 Institute. She felt it was time for a change. Read more

UA banned persons list made public for first time

The University of Arizona Police Department has released a list of people that have been banned from campus or sections of campus to the public for the first time. Currently 40 men and women are on the list, which can be viewed on UAPD’s website. Read more

Gone phishing for data: UA fights email scams

An email designed to look like it was sent from UA President Ann Weaver Hart was identified as a threat on Jan. 12. At the beginning of the fall 2016 semester, an email sent to some university employees appearing to be from the UA president turned out to be a phisher in Belgium. Read more

Cause behind Auld Dubliner closure remains a mystery

The Auld Dubliner, a local bar, recently closed with no warning to the public besides a sign posted on the doors by the Marshall Foundation, landlord of the property the bar occupied. No warning for the bargoers was given before one of their favorite bars became no more. Read more

Residence Life director candidate outlines vision

Residence Life is in the process of interviewing the final two candidates for the permanent Executive Director of Residence Life after the previous director left last semester. The candidates were chosen by a large committee of university faculty and staff. Read more

ASUA Senate details plans for semester

The Associated Students of the University of Arizona senators are working to make a smooth transition for newly elected college-specific senators, as well as completing their goals before their term is up.:  Read more

POBEAT: 1/13/17

An officer from the University of Arizona Police Department responded to an information call from Campus Health at noon on Jan. 6 after a female UA employee made complaints about threatening mail she had been receiving at her personal residence from a male suspect. Read more