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.
'La Frontera' takes stock of a dream shared by all of our African, Asian, European and Indigenous ancestors alike: a dream of the Americas in the context of freedom and liberation for everyone.
The Kidenga app opens and asks what symptoms the user may have experienced and whether they noticed any mosquitos in the area over the past week. The screen shows a map of the Miami area and whether there are any confirmed cases of mosquito-borne illnesses.
It was the UA’s version of “The Thomas Crown Affair.” Instead of a stolen Monet, this plot centered on a looted de Kooning. But the ending was just as stunning.
Dr. Robert C. Robbins became the 22nd president of the University of Arizona on June 1 after serving as the president and CEO of the Texas Medical Center in Houston from 2012 to 2017.
The first time Abdi Abdirahman ran with a track team, he was wearing boots. Not the athletic gear you’d expect of a future star — but, then, Abdirahman’s story is anything but typical.
Gary Paul Nabhan sees access to healthy and affordable food as a basic human right, and he has a committed ally in the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.