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Access to scholarship information and career counseling are among the top funding priorities for students, according to the 2011 UA Student Services Fee survey.
An initiative launched this semester aims to link technology developed at the UA with the resources needed to bring it to the market.
No two shifts are ever the same for student employees in the UA School of Theatre, Film and Television Properties Shop.
Nathaniel Vrana starts his shift at the UA’s Aquaculture Pathology Laboratory by opening a jar of shrimp that arrived in the mail the previous day.
Animal sciences senior Helena Horne enters the barn at the UA Equine Center to a chorus of neighs and stomps.
Most of the UA main campus experienced a power outage on Saturday around 2 p.m. during maintenance to an electricity turbine.
Recorded incidents of cheating in the Eller College of Management were down about 70 percent last year compared to 2006 levels.
The Obama administration announced new initiatives late last month aiming to help students better understand their school loans and reduce the burden of repaying them.
Members of the Arizona Students’ Association delivered more than 2,600 letters signed in support of student financial aid to the office of Sen. Jon Kyl in Phoenix on Wednesday. Kyl is part of a Super Committee in Washington considering a reduction in funding for the program.
Diana Liverman, co-director of the UA Institute of the Environment, was one of 13 participants in a conference including the Dalai Lama last month. “Ecology, Ethics and Interdependence,” held in Dharamsala, India, addressed ethics and the environment. Liverman studies human impact on climate change and gave a presentation detailing the effects of humans and society on the earth. The five-day conference ended Oct. 21.
Linda Stapleton bustles around the seventh floor of the Administration building, making sure UA President Eugene Sander finishes his afternoon meeting in time to greet his 3 p.m. appointment.
The Sam Hughes neighborhood could soon be home to 18 new “mini-dorms.”
On-campus arrests for alcohol violations were up 75 percent last year from 2009.
Students and community members can give their input on what they want in the UA’s next president at forums this week.
A new center housing some of the UA’s research and outreach initiatives aims to foster collaboration, attract grants and improve education.
_Jack Tretton, president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America, is visiting campus this week. He will meet with administrators from various colleges and give an address as part of the Eller College of Management Distinguished Speaker Series. Tretton, the father of a UA undergraduate, contacted the university a few months ago to ask if he could be of any assistance, said Nancy Smith, director of Corporate and Business Relations. Opportunities are still in development, but the UA is now a “preferred recruiting institution” for internships, Smith said. Sony activities will take place throughout the week. _
Regent Designee Jay Heiler was announced as the newest member of the Arizona Board of Regents earlier this month. Heiler worked developing policy in the Arizona state government and is the founder and chairman of the board of the Great Hearts Academies, a charter school network in Phoenix. Heiler will replace current regents board chair Fred DuVal in January 2012.
The start-up company of two Eller College of Management MBA graduates is thriving a little more than a year after their graduation.
Michael Drake, director of the UA Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, died on Wednesday at the University of Arizona Medical Center — University Campus. The cause of his death has not yet been disclosed.