Over 200 Hopi baskets have joined more than 30,000 specimens in the Arizona State Museum’s unparalleled collection of American Indian woven items, known as the world’s largest, most comprehensive and best documented assemblage of its kind.
The Pima Air & Space Museum is restoring a Curtiss P-40E-1 Warhawk, a World War II fighter aircraft. The plane is from the 49th Fighter Group, 9th Fighter Squadron, Papua New Guinea, 1942.
The University of Arizona’s new Center for Buddhist Studies in the College of Humanities will create a research hub to explore the religious, intellectual, social, cultural and textual traditions of the world’s fourth-largest faith.
At 8:10 p.m. on Jan. 16, Michigan residents reported the bright glow of a meteor streaking through the sky, rattling windows as it broke the sound barrier. The meteor broke apart in the Earth’s atmosphere, and its pieces rained quietly to the ground.
When people are mad, they’re said to “see red.” But when they’re in pain from chronic maladies such as migraines or fibromyalgia, Mohab Ibrahim ’98 ’02 ’04 ’08 thinks they should be seeing green.
Emma Paunil is passionate about researching viruses, and an Honors College grant is helping her take her passion to the next level.
John Somerhalder ’77 and his wife, Rebecca, have made a $1 million gift to the Dean’s Endowed Fund for Excellence in Engineering, a crucial resource for College of Engineering Dean Jeffrey Goldberg and future deans of the college.
Two recent gifts are contributing to the future of engineering: One provides an opportunity to usher in a new era of computing technology. The other builds the College of Engineering’s financial foundation for today’s students and coming generations.
Heidi M. Mansour and Ken Coit ’67 are two of 136 donors who have answered the Skaggs Challenge, a $25 million campaign to transform the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy’s Skaggs Pharmaceutical Sciences Center into a hub for innovative research and education.
Over the past two decades, the American West has experienced protracted drought. An estimated 100 million trees are dying. Our extraction of ground water is unsustainable.