Devin Bayly, University of Arizona research computing specialist, and his grandfather Maurice Bayly published their work on “Pairing of stimuli yields affect, positive mood and day-long motivation.”
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The 2020-21 academic year has come with a lot of changes, including a lot of new programs and advocacy that started at the University of Arizona. Here's a look back at newly established groups, and what they've accomplished so far in their short time on campus.
It has been a crazy year with many events, changes and experiences in Zoom university. However, the news reporters at the Daily Wildcat have worked hard to keep you up to date with everything going on statewide, locally and at the University of Arizona. Let’s take a trip down memory lane.
The Arizona Board of Regents held their 29th annual tuition hearing Tuesday, April 6. The meeting started off with the three presidents of the Arizona universities, Northern Arizona University, Arizona State University and University of Arizona discussing what they plan to ask the board to approve and/or consider for tuition.
The new project to add solar panels and a rooftop garden on the University of Arizona’s Environmental and Natural Resources 2 building is about to begin Phase Three.
University of Arizona student, Forrest Keys, died during a shooting at the Cherry Avenue garage on Saturday, Feb. 20. A petition was made shortly after the shooting to install security cameras in all of the entrances and exits of garages on campus. The petition also wants to push for cameras on every level of the garages.
On Oct. 20, 2020, the University of Arizona-led OSIRIS-REx mission successfully collected a sample from asteroid Bennu. The OSIRIS-Rex team has made two big decisions since the touch-and-go event.
The University of Arizona has a new human rights practice program that offers a bachelor’s degree and multiple graduate certificates. The program was created over three years ago and is fully online but has new additions that came out this year, including different certificates offered.
The Tucson City Council passed an emergency curfew Friday, Dec. 4, that was supposed to end on Dec. 23. The curfew was later changed to continue until COVID-19 cases fell below 100 per 100,000 residents.
University of Arizona scientists will be testing Mars exploration drones in Iceland. Christopher Hamilton, UA associate professor for the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, is the principal investigator on this project. In order to learn more about the Mars exploration drones, the Daily Wildcat spoke with Hamilton about the project.
Researchers from the University of Arizona have recently discovered the most distant quasar to date. This finding allows researchers to answer how black holes can possibly grow.
The University of Arizona will lead the NASA Aspera mission, which seeks to solve the mystery about the way galaxies form.
SEASON 3 is now Available!!!!!!!
The University of Arizona has decided to discontinue the temporary hiring slowdown that has been in place since March 30, 2020. The end of the slowdown was effective immediately as of last Monday, Dec. 7.
Tucson City Council passed an emergency curfew in an attempt to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, starting Friday Dec. 4 and will continue until Dec. 23. The curfew is in place during the hours from 10 p.m. until 5 a.m.
The University of Arizona recently announced approval by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior College and University Commission of Ashford University’s application for a change of ownership.
Today was the 2020 General Election. One of the most important parts of this election was the results for the different propositions. Major propositions on the Pima County ballot, both state and local, passed.
Today, the University of Arizona-led OSIRIS-REx mission made history when it collected a sample from asteroid Bennu. The sample was collected from Nightingale’s crater. This process was not easy since the spacecraft needed to dodge rocky hazards.
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will make its first attempt to collect a sample from asteroid Bennu on Oct. 20.
Editor's Notes: This story was produced as part of the Daily Wildcat's "Election Guide" special print edition, published Wednesday, Oct. 21, and available on campus or online.