Features

Prickly pear fruits were the first wild food I ever gathered. I was a youngster, about 10 or 11 years old, and my parents were Midwestern transplants to northern Arizona. One beautiful autumn day...
When students attend the University of Arizona, they usually expect to get something out of their college experience: top-rated academics, a new social life, a sense of community. What they don...
On a farm 30 minutes south of the UA campus, dust billows behind a big blue tractor on tawny fields stretching to miles of raw desert. At first glance, there is no clue that this is part of a...
Water is one of the simplest molecules: two humble hydrogen atoms (the most common in the universe) bonded to one workaday oxygen atom (itself the third-most abundant of the elements). For such...

Alumni Profiles

Jon Gandomi ’04: Supporting America’s Interests Abroad

Jon Gandomi, a 2004 graduate with a degree in international affairs with honors, works at the intersection of war and peace. As a field representative in the U.S.

Pamela Ross embraces patient care and holistic therapies

Pamela Ross loves medicine and can’t imagine being anything other than a doctor and a healer.

Alumni Achievement: Turki Faisal Al Rasheed ’81

Turki Faisal Al Rasheed received his bachelor’s degree in agricultural engineering from the University of Arizona in 1981, followed by master’s and doctoral degrees from universities in Saudi Arabi