Renu Malhotra of the Department of Planetary Sciences joins the 2015 class announced by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
New ‘iSchool’ will draw from four colleges and be a pipeline for breakthrough research and top talent.
The spacecraft observatory has had a number of ties to the UA over 25 years, including a Nobel Prize.
Fully online composition courses will be offered through the new General Education Academy in the fall.
Resources in food, energy and water occupy the attention of global experts at the UA’s Biosphere 2.
UA-led research demonstrates how emergency rooms could benefit from tapping into the Twitter universe.
One of the largest events held on the UA campus, with more than 32,000 visitors this year, Spring Fling provided an opportunity to divert waste while helping to fund student clubs and local organizations.
The UA, with its renowned Poetry Center and campuswide supporters of the literary form, celebrates the contributions of poets in National Poetry Month and throughout the year.
A team created by a new NASA initiative hopes to better understand the various components of exoplanets — planets around other stars — as well as how the parent stars and neighbor planets interact to support life.