The University of Arizona has received a $1.47 million grant to join the Unified Medication Assisted Treatment Targeted Engagement Response project, or U-MATTER, along with the Tucson Police Department, CODAC Health, Recovery & Wellness Inc. and Pima County to help opioid users seek treatment rather than imprisonment, according to a UA press release.
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On Jan. 17, University of Arizona professor Dr. John J. Wiens, along with a visiting scientist from China, Dr. Zhuo Chen, published a study titled “The origins of acoustic communication in vertebrates” that found that species who are active at night have utilized acoustic communication over a stable timeline.
Campus Candy & Yogurt announced earlier this month that it would be closing its doors on Dec. 18, after serving as a University Boulevard staple for five years.
Professor Stephanie MacFarland has been training the next generation of disability inclusion advocates since 1981. Her work has spanned across the country but came back home to the University of Arizona, where she works in the College of Education’s Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies.
Two University of Arizona College of Nursing professors, Timian Godfrey and Michelle Kahn-John, were accepted to the American Indian Health Research and Education Alliance’s Native Research Ambassador Program. Both of the women are members of the Navajo Nation.
Last month, the University of Arizona received approval from the American Veterinary Medical Association that they would be able to open the first public College of Veterinary Medicine in the state of Arizona.
The Recent Alumni of University of Arizona are returning to campus for Homecoming on Sunday, Oct. 27 and hosting their event for members of the Recent Alumni Advisory Council.
Grubhub has been introduced as the new, official on-campus delivery service for the University of Arizona as of the 2019-2020 school year. Tapingo, the previous on-campus food delivery app, was bought by Grubhub in November of 2018.
The new University of Arizona Global Center, housed in the Park Student Union, began renovations over the summer.