The University of Arizona Health Sciences and Banner Health received a $9 million award from the National Institutes of Health in April for the All of Us Research Program, which may total as much as $60 million over five years, representing the largest NIH award in Arizona history.
The University of Arizona political philosophy program is ranked No. 1 in the 2018 Philosophical Gourmet Report.
The University of Arizona placed No. 108 out of 300 colleges and universities in Forbes’ third annual “America’s Best Value Colleges” ranking.
The University of Arizona is the first of Arizona’s three state universities to meet federal criteria as a Hispanic-Serving Institution.
Each year, 1,200 University of Arizona students pursue their studies in 60 countries, where they learn to identify global problems and make connections with their career goals.
Kethia Kong ’16 and Morgan Larson ’14 ’15 share similar stories. Both were high-performing students in high school who earned a place at the University of Arizona but were unable to afford the cost of a college education.
Mia Mason knows what it’s like to overcome adversity. At age 12, she was diagnosed with ependymoma, an extremely rare form of brain cancer. With support from family, medical treatment and determination, Mason was able to beat the disease.
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.