Selfies and the WC hand sign were part of the program at the New Student Convocation, when thousands of new students became part of the Wildcat family.
Flandrau's new digital projection system will captivate visitors as they tour the Earth, the universe, the human body and virtually any other part of the natural world.
The UA is welcoming more than 10,000 new students, including the most diverse freshman class ever. They bring with them a strong interest in the STEM fields.
Thanks to a $9 million gift from the Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation, the UA will house the state's first public veterinary medical and surgical program.
The restoration of Old Main, the UA's first building, is now complete. Visitors are invited to explore the historic building at the heart of campus.
UA genomics researchers have helped unravel the genetic code of the canola plant, a development that will help breeders select for desirable traits like richer oil...
Honeybees play a vital, behind-the-scenes role in Arizona's agricultural industry. They are responsible for pollinating agricultural crops that make up one-third of our diet, including fruits and vegetables.
Water is arguably the most valuable resource in the Southwest. At the UA, water harvesting is integrated across campus and it's taught to students, who can take a hands-on approach to applying what they learn.
Thousands of students began moving in at the UA in August. Newly released preliminary enrollment figures indicate that the UA is welcoming more than 10,000 new freshmen, transfer and returning undergraduates this fall. More than 7,800 of those are new incoming students and, all told, 7,200 UA students will be living in on campus residence halls. (Photos by Ken Sterns/UANews)