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The results of a UA study may be the stepping stone to furthering research regarding the interworkings of human social interaction.
Research led by a UA alumnus is addressing perceptions of Israel in universities across the country, and he’s calling the UA a model institution for pro-Israel student initiatives.
Student Alumni Ambassadors kicked off the 98th Homecoming week of festivities with the lighting of the “A” on “A” Mountain on Sunday.
A UA faculty member in the department of emergency medicine is one of 80 people worldwide to be elected into the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
The Arizona Steele Children’s Research Center will receive $2.5 million in financial support from the Arizona Elks Major Projects within the next 10 years. The project has been supporting the Steele Center for the past 20 years and has already raised about $5 million to fund several different initiatives within the center.
Students and community members gathered at the Grand Ballroom in the Student Union Memorial Center on Wednesday night to address the Arizona Daily Wildcat’s publication of a comic strip that depicted a father threatening his child about coming out.
The UA Crossroads Collaborative released survey data results on causes of bullying and its impact in Tucson schools during a presentation at Tucson High Magnet School Auditorium on Monday.
The UA Alumni Association is inviting generations of Wildcats back to campus to reminisce on their past and celebrate their achievements with their children.
For most new physicians, their typical day-to-day routine might consist of checking for urgent emails or going over lab results.
Following J. Lyle Bootman’s resignation as vice president of Health Sciences on Sept. 12, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Provost Andrew Comrie has assumed the position temporarily while administration searches for a replacement. The Daily Wildcat caught up with Comrie to see what it was like managing the two leadership positions.
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A UA student club squared off against universities and colleges throughout the state to register as many organ and tissue donors as possible.
While many college students complete hands-on work experience within the Tucson community, a dozen architecture students traveled to the Middle East to aid in an urban revitalization project.
A proposal from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences could enable aspiring veterinarians to get their degree right here on campus.
While many students will be focusing on midterms in the coming weeks, three UA students will be focusing their attention on releasing a new mobile application, SociaLink, which aims to create easier and faster ways to connect with people on social networks.
The University of Arizona Medical Center has once again been recognized as one of the top 10 teaching hospitals in the country by being given a Quality Leadership award.
Reflection, a body image program that first reached the UA through the Delta Delta Delta sorority, is now being instated as a program open to all female students by Campus Health Service.
Could broccoli treat breast cancer?
More than 100 UA faculty and staff lingered on the roof of the Steward Observatory on Thursday to witness the appearance of the space shuttle Endeavour flying over the UA Mall before it headed to its permanent home.