UA researcher awarded $10.3 million to study Alzheimer's in women

Dr. Roberta Brinton , UA neuroscientist and director of the Center for Innovation in Brain Science, was awarded a $10.3 million grant last month. The National Institutes of Health funds will support Brinton's search for the reason why women are statistically more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease than men. Read more

Column: If only the UA could be more Hartless

The president of this university has been adhering to the social norm of public officials being highly controversial. From her questionable involvement with the DeVry Education Group, to her strangely high salary and unfailingly successful ability to manipulate those above her until she gets her way, President Ann Weaver Hart is clearly no stranger to controversy. Read more