Libraries in the Digital Age need to increase their reach, and the UA’s Knowledge River program is helping turn the page.
Impact of $961M by downtown biomedical campus is expected to be $3.1B by 2025, according to a consultant’s report.
UA recognizes two Regents’ Professors, four other distinguished faculty members for 2014.
A massive, library-like project involving the UA’s iPlant Collaborative creates the possibility of large-scale genome mapping.
UA rolls out the red-and-blue carpet for students with intellectual disabilities at an event linked to a federal initiative.
Tucson has one of the nation's highest poverty rates among large cities. UA faculty and students are tackling the issue through a course that continues in the spring.
Grants establish the UA as a leader in foreign language instruction and Middle Eastern studies, and are funded under programs authorized by Title VI of the Higher Education Act of 1965.
"Blind spots" around unregulated product will be the target of five-year project funded by National Institutes of Health.