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Few undergraduates can say they spent their summer conducting research at Stanford with Ph.D.-level biomedical engineers. Only one can say she won a $5,000 scholarship when she got back.
A fire broke out in the kitchen of Kababeque Indian Grill on University Boulevard late Sunday night.
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The UA will be teaming up with Brazil this year as part of an international program aimed to boost cooperation with higher education institutions in the country.
David Lomen, a former UA professor in mathematics, died on Nov. 15 after a three-year fight with cancer. In his memory, his family has established the David Lomen Endowed Memorial Fund, an endowment that seeks to benefit UA students in the department of mathematics.
Dr. Randall Friese is associate medical director for the UAMC Trauma Center, associate professor of surgery and a surgeon who operated on former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords after she was shot in 2011 — and now he’s working to add politician to his resume.
For those students who may be pulling out their hair or are otherwise stressed, Student Affairs will be offering events, deals and free food this week, including a free pancake breakfast.
In a former Italian restaurant north of Speedway, UA students are using some old methods to produce their work.
The UA is seeking solutions to the problem of doctor shortages in the state of Arizona by expanding its graduate medical education programs.
A local health care corporation will use a medication management program developed by faculty at the UA College of Pharmacy.
The UA community will get a chance to see the magic behind physics this Friday at an annual show.
UA medical students will be the first in the country to have a synthetic cadaver lab where they can practice medical procedures on life-like patients.
Dr. Bill Meyer has been visiting Africa since 2004 to perform surgical procedures.
A UA professor received hate mail and emails after videos of his lecture regarding Republicans and Fox News viewers surfaced on the Internet.
A UA student recently received a scholarship from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation, which provides the largest merit-based awards to students in STEM fields.
The School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies is hosting a talk on Friday about the Gezi Park protests in Turkey that captured the world’s attention last summer.