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Two College of Nursing professors receive funding to take their work global

University of Arizona College of Nursing professors Jane Carrington and Kimberly Shea were awarded an opportunity to further their research and careers in becoming global ambassadors.  Last December they received an email informing them that they had been accepted into the Fulbright Specialist Program, a competitive program that allows them to share their knowledge with institutions around the world.  Read more

UA professor invited to Super Bowl by Arizona Cardinals football player

Jameson Lopez, a University of Arizona assistant professor in the Department of Education, received the chance of a lifetime after he was invited to the Super Bowl by Arizona Cardinals football player Larry Fitzgerald. In addition to an all-expense-paid trip to Atlanta for both him and his father, Lopez had a chance to meet with Fitzgerald again and attend the NFL Honors on Saturday evening. Lopez was also invited to the USAA Salute to Service Military Appreciation Lounge, where he was honored for his military service.  Read more

Suspects in armed robbery at ENR2 wanted by UAPD

The University of Arizona Police Department asked for help identifying two men involved in an alleged armed robbery by issuing a UA Clery Timely Warning Notice on Jan. 31.   UAPD responded to the alleged crime on 1064 E. Lowell Street, also known as the Environment and Natural Resources 2 Building, on Jan. 26 at approximately 7:04 p.m.   Read more

Police Beat 1/30/2019: Caught in the Act

  Act Natural A University of Arizona Police department officer caught an aspiring actor in the act of smoking marijuana on campus near the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center on Jan. 16 around 12:15 a.m. Read more

Science Lecture Series speakers discuss experiences as Women in STEM

Each year, beginning in 2006, the University of Arizona College of Science hosts a lecture series showcasing key speakers who present on a single topic or theme. This year, the series “Searching for Certainty” features six UA scientists giving lectures from Jan. 15 to Feb. 26.  For the first time ever, all six of the speakers are women.  Read more