From his days begging for food in his native Ethiopia to the horrific accident that nearly claimed his life, Josh Brewer endured more than his fair share of trauma by the time he was a high school senior, yet his perseverance and drive only continued to grow.
One day, your car will be in a group conversation with others on the road. No, not with other drivers, but with the cars themselves. This futuristic system’s goals include smarter traffic flow, easing congestion and, of course, a big step forward in safety.
Small yellow and white spring flowers welcome fourth graders as they gather under a ramada in the garden at Ochoa Community School, a magnet elementary school in Tucson.
For high school students who emerge as leaders in Tucson High Magnet School’s garden, the Community and School Garden Program is opening unexpected paths to the University of Arizona.
Responding to an interest from students in food-related careers, the University of Arizona is offering two new undergraduate degrees: a bachelor of arts in food studies and a bachelor of science in nutrition and food systems.
Every time University of Arizona students swipe their ID cards — at the student union, the rec center, the library — they leave a digital trace, showing exactly where they’ve been and when.
Ryan Kanto ’07 and his wife, Sarah, are dedicated believers in research and the scientific method.
Ben Vernon ’10, who started the brewery with his wife, Julie, is a UA environmental science grad, so the man knows his way around a periodic table.
Those who struggle in social situations may be at greater risk for mental and physical health problems, according to a new study from the University of Arizona.
If it continues in its lane, it will plow into several pedestrians. If it swerves into the adjacent lane, it will ram into a concrete barrier. In either case, injuries and even loss of life are likely.