The University of Arizona's Life & Work Connections has partnered with the State of Arizona Department of Administration Benefits Services Division to offer 20-minute health screenings for full-benefits staff members to get one free health checkup.
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Have you ever wanted to change some aspect of your personality? A recent study shows that changing your personality may not be as easy as you think. Attempting to change your personality can cause you to regress, according to a study conducted by University of Arizona researcher Erica Baranski and her team. Baranski questioned if people can change their personality, if they set their mind to it.
The University of Arizona’s annual Chinese New Year festival that would have taken place of Feb. 1 was canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak in China, according to UAGlobal.
Shana Shriber is rewriting the rules with her successful career as a pharmacist. Her perseverance, compassion and strength have been driving forces for her pharmaceutical pursuits. Shriber was selected to serve as a Commissioned Corps Junior officer through the Junior Commissioned Officer Extern Program with the U.S. Public Health Service, a highly competitive pharmaceutical program.
The Arizona Board of Regents, or ABOR, the governing body for the three public universities in Arizona, are met this week to discuss important board policies, plans for general education reformation and review the performance of the University of Arizona. The first day of meeting to discuss policy and business was Thursday, Nov. 21.
University of Arizona Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences students have partnered with UA BookStores to create a completely student-run online store. 58 students in an e-commerce class were tasked with creating a theme revolving around anything they want.
The Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health and Arizona State University received a $3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to implement the Arizona Safer Bars Alliance at bars surrounding the three main universities.
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is hosting Animalities, a lecture series that talks about "what animals teach us about being human" throughout October.
Four out of the 125 women chosen to represent The American Association for the Advancement of Science IF/THEN ambassadors program are from the University of Arizona.
Amazon donated $30,000 to Banner-University Medical Center Tucson's Diamond Children’s Medical Center at an event the company organized to raise awareness on childhood cancer on Wednesday morning. The event was created to inspire the patients to keep imagining and being innovative, namely in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields, according to Amazon Fulfillment Center site leader Cody Carr.