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Women in STEM at the UA

There is a long history of inequalities and glass ceilings for women in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics workforce. The Daily Wildcat talked with four female professors at the University of Arizona in the STEM field to get an up close look at their career and the advice they have for future generations of women in STEM.  Read more

Initiative empowers women in faculty

Similar to a vast majority of universities across the country, the University of Arizona offers tenure to professors who showcase excellence in their respective fields. However, the distribution of male and female tenured faculty has not always been equal. Read more

The UA, a home for Indigenous students everywhere

The University of Arizona has a one-of-a-kind approach to building its Indigenous community on campus. They are making an effort to meet Native Americans’ needs on many different levels — from students, to teachers, to higher-up positions and programs with focuses specifically on Native American students.  Read more

College of Medicine hosts virtual health care disparities forum

The University of Arizona College of Medicine hosted a forum Feb.10 to discuss steps medical health professionals can take to address healthcare disparities and the social determinants of mental health, providing their patients with an overall more accomodating and beneficial experience. Read more