Ivy Banks joined the University of Arizona in September 2020, and in May, was appointed the inaugural vice chair of the Association of American Universities Chief Diversity Officers Steering Committee. She points to this work as an opportunity to work toward inclusion.
Energizing Aging Brains
Could near-infrared light give aging brains a boost? A team of researchers from the University of Arizona thinks so. Along with partners at the University of Florida, they are investigating whether near-infrared light could help enhance cognition and reduce Alzheimer's disease risk in older adults.
Play the Game
LGIRA is one of the world’s largest archives devoted to computer games and gaming culture. It holds over a quarter of a million items, including computer games and game systems from around the world and thousands of game-related artifacts like films, publications, memorabilia, corporate documents, game-themed foods and clothing.
Strong Throughout the Struggle
The moment the COVID-19 pandemic began presenting obstacles, Wildcats started producing answers, hope and help. Take a look back at the ways the University of Arizona community has stepped up in areas including prevention, testing and vaccination.