Kevin Sumlin "shares our vision and values and fits with who we are and who we want to be."
A Gallup poll shows that Wildcats remain more emotionally connected to their alma mater than alumni of peer institutions.
The UA’s new outpatient clinic opens its doors, providing state-of-the-art facilities for patients and health care practitioners alike.
A formal ceremony for Dr. Robert C. Robbins at Centennial Hall brings Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey to campus.
What if an easily administered, biologically based test could determine whether an individual has schizophrenia? "We've got a huge challenge," Dr. Amelia Gallitano says.
At the core of the system licensed by GUIA is the ability to sense a miner's location and body temperature, predict potential problems and recommend steps to avert health risks.
Created in memory of a devoted Wildcat, the Jeffrey B. Plevan Chair in Israel Studies will allow the UA to hire an expert on modern Israel in the Arizona Center for Judaic Studies.