The Dean of Students Office and the University of Arizona Police Department remain firm in protecting free speech on campus after two incidents involving student altercations with campus preachers on April 11.
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Representatives from the Arizona State Senate and Arizona House of Representatives have issued letters of support to the Arizona Board of Regents for UA President Ann Weaver Hart’s position on the board of the for-profit DeVry Education Group.
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The College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture recently named School of Architecture professor Mary Hardin as interim dean of the school. Hardin was the associate dean of academic and faculty affairs for CAPLA prior to her promotion. She has been working in the college since 1997.
The UA appointed three new regents’ professors, who were approved by the Arizona Board of Regents, during the April 8 meeting at the UA. Their appointments will go into effect in July.
The University of Arizona Foundation is a nonprofit organization that works to oversee fundraising for the UA.
The UA College of Medicine–Phoenix announced earlier this month that Dr. Kenneth Ramos will head up the school while the search for a permanent dean gets underway.
Renowned linguistics professor Noam Chomsky recently visited the UA for two weeks to give lectures and participate in other events in and around campus.
The Encourage Practice and Inspire Change Kids Program, created from a partnership between the UA and the YMCA of Southern Arizona, is bringing diabetes prevention education to youths and their families in two Tucson locations.
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The third annual Sustainability Olympics and Resource Fair took place on the UA Mall Friday afternoon, offering opportunities for students to learn about sustainability and play games.
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The only binational and bilingual Model United Nations high school conference in the country occurred on the UA campus just a few weeks ago. In addition to high school students from the United States, nearly 300 students from Sonora and Chihuahua, Mexico, attended the conference to learn from the students who put the conference together: the Arizona Model UN.
The UA spent more than $600 million in the 2015 fiscal year in research activity, beating out the previous year’s numbers by almost $20 million.
Last week, the Environmental Protection Agency recognized the Associated Students of the University of Arizona club, Compost Cats, for its work in composting. This is the first time the Compost Cats have been recognized for the work they entered in the EPA’s annual Food Recovery Challenge.
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One of the oldest symbols of the UA celebrates its 100th birthday today.
The annual Lute Olson Cancer Center Run brought in race participants from the Tucson community to raise money for the UA Cancer Center on the UA Mall on Sunday morning.