When Courtney Slanaker embarked on a study abroad trip to Guatemala in the spring of 2012, she had no idea that a nonprofit organization would begin as the result of her trip.
In places where water is scarce, such as Swaziland and Uganda, finding enough to survive can be a challenge — a UA club is trying to make it a little easier.
A recent study conducted by two UA professors examines the violence against journalists that work along the Mexican border.
A team of UA researchers has developed a kit that can test shrimp for the disease that has been causing a global shrimp shortage. read more
The UA will be teaming up with Brazil this year as a part of an international program aimed to boost cooperation with higher education institutions in the country. read more
JOHANNESBURG – Four American presidents, along with more than 60 other world leaders, will travel to South Africa this week to honor former President Nelson Mandela. South Africa has never hosted so many world leaders, ... read more
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, an extraordinary moral authority who became South Africa’s first black president and inspired the peaceful transfer of power in the harshly segregated nation, has died. read more