The Inaugural Interdisciplinary Cannabis Symposium will be one of the University of Arizona’s first ever events centered around evidence-based research about medical cannabis. The IICS will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at the DuVal Auditorium at the College of Medicine.
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UA BookStores offer over 50 graduation gifts for Wildcats that are about to take on the world. These are some of the most popular and interesting gifts for this graduation season.
Over a dozen schools around Arizona will race their solar powered go-karts to find out which is fastest at Racing the Sun. Racing the Sun is free to attend and will take place at the Musselman Honda Circuit, at 11800 S. Harrison Rd., April 27 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Laser Fun Day will be a day of family-friendly fun featuring all kinds of different activities involving lasers. It will take place on Saturday, April 20, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Meinel Building at 1630 E. University Blvd.
The Daily Wildcat sat down with Kacey Ernst, the program director and associate professor in epidemiology at the the University of Arizona, to talk about her work. Her research focuses on the environmental determinants of the transmission and control of diseases transferred by blood-feeding insects like mosquitoes and ticks. Ernst also works abroad and locally to improve the public’s uptake of prevention and control strategies for these illnesses. The interview has been edited for length and clarity.
Scientists and scholars will come together in support of science throughout Southern Arizona at the 2019 Rally for Science. The rally will take place at Reid Park on Saturday, April 13, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Since 2014, several UA sustainability groups have partnered together to reduce the waste generated by Spring Fling. For the past couple years, these groups have worked to make Spring Fling generate no waste products. This year, the goal of a zero-waste Spring Fling will not be on the carnival's agenda, due to restructuring of one of the most important groups of this collaboration, UA Compost Cats.
Incoming University of Arizona assistant professor Jessica Barnes will lead a research team studying lunar samples that were originally collected during the 1972 NASA Apollo 17 mission.
Cyclovia is a free, biannual event where three miles of Tucson streets are made car-free for the day and are lined with different activities, events, food and other entertainment. The spring 2019 Cyclovia event will take place Sunday, April 7, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Fulbright Week 2019 at the University of Arizona will be a week full of events all dedicated to educating UA’s students, staff and faculty about the different opportunities to go abroad available through the Fulbright Program. Fulbright Week will take place April 1-5 and is hosted by UA Global, the UA Graduate College and the UA Honors College.
The University of Arizona Science Cafés are a series of talks and discussions held in casual and fun settings across Tucson throughout the fall and spring.
Eight faculty members from the University of Arizona received Fulbright grants to conduct international research and projects, which ranked the UA the third top-producing Fulbright research institution in the country in 2019.
Two University of Arizona alumni were among the 21 people selected from 655 applicants around the world to participate in the 2018 Atlantic Council Millennium Fellowship.
Science City is one of the largest attractions at the Tucson Festival of Books, and its goal is to show that public science is for everyone, not just researchers in lab coats.
Between the chance for indie authors to display their work at the Indie Author Pavilion and the numerous workshops aimed at improving an author’s craft, the Tucson Festival of Books is a place where indie authors are not pushed aside.
UA Global will hold one of their biannual UA Passport Fairs on Saturday, Feb. 23, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the UA Passports Office.
The Arid Lands Resource Sciences Graduate Interdisciplinary Program’s goal is to guide graduate students in addressing the complex issues of sustainability in both local and global arid lands.
University of Arizona students and staff joined members of the LGBTQ healthcare community at the first LGBTQ+ Symposium & Community Fair hosted by the UA Health Sciences' LGBTQ+ Interest Group on Feb. 5.
The new Lula app is bringing peer-to-peer car rentals to campuses across the nation, including the University of Arizona.
The University of Arizona Alumni Association offers a variety of services and assistance to recent UA graduates and longtime alumni.