Stay Informed Through These Wildcat Stories
Arizona Alumni Magazine tells the university’s rich, multifaceted story across colleges and programs, disciplines, and generations. Explore current and past magazines by story category or issue below.
In Safe Orbit
The orbital space around Earth is increasingly congested, contested and competitive. The University of Arizona’s newly established Space4 Center is developing research and education solutions to ensure that use of orbital space remains safe, secure and sustainable for decades to come.
Message from President Robbins
A big thank you to the nearly 2,000 Wildcat alumni and friends who showed their love for the university on Giving Day. Together, we raised $5.2 million and supported areas all over campus, including the Pride of Arizona Marching Band, the Wildcat Mentor Society, scholarships and more. #BearDownGiveBack
On the Brink
UArizona President Robert C. Robbins recently established, the Presidential Advisory Commission on the Future of Agriculture and Food Production in a Drying Climate, a panel of experts to assess our options for agriculture, climate effects and the future of food.
Our Whole Selves
At the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management, Allison Gabriel serves as McClelland professor of management and organizations and is a university distinguished scholar. She researches the psychology of work: emotions on the job, employee motivation, the relationship between home life and work life.
Signing In Space
Trent Tresch, the founding director of the Center for Human Space Exploration, or CHaSE, envisions the future of human spaceflight. He imagines that the moon and Mars might someday be home to not just a military or scientific presence but also everyday people — plumbers, artists, teachers — from various backgrounds and abilities.
For Duane Cyrus, becoming the director of the School of Dance is another step in his career of influence, artistry and brilliance in the dance community. Cyrus has worked in many sectors of the dance world and believes that the School of Dance is the perfect place for him to continue his legacy.
The Messy Middle
Eighty-five students, faculty and staff were awarded tickets by lottery for the inaugural TEDxUArizona event. They, alongside the 15 speaker guests, sat in black folding chairs on the low-lit hall stage, close to the day’s six presenters and two performances.