Students in this program may choose areas of special concentration such as biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology, pharmacology or microbiology. Cancer Biology is the comparative study of the biology of normal and cancerous cells and tissues. The discipline includes the study of normal and tumor cell biology and biochemistry, cancer etiology, and biological rationale for cancer therapy and prevention.
Professional staff in CATS Academics provide comprehensive academic support for intercollegiate student-athletes. Services include assistance with degree and course planning, coordination of all learning and tutorial support, personal counseling, monitoring degree progress and NCAA academic eligibility.
Conducts and supports sociological research on various social issues and problems critical to the well-being of the residents of Tucson, Pima County, Southern Arizona, the State of Arizona as a whole, and the Southwestern Region of the United States.
Research on methods, architectures & technologies for the design, implementation, integration & evaluation of computing systems, components & applications capable of autonomously achieving desired behaviors.
A unique institution whose aim is to bring together the perspectives of philosophy, the cognitive sciences, neuroscience, the social sciences, medicine, and the physical sciences, the arts and humanities, to move toward an integrated understanding of human consciousness.
Experience this one-of-a-kind archive, museum and research center dedicated to photography as an art form and cultural record. The Center’s changing exhibits include key collections of Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Garry Winogrand, Harry Callahan and other great 20th century photographers. Open Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, Saturday - Sunday, 1-4pm.
Located in the geographic center of The University of Arizona campus, CESL enjoys its own modern learning facilities dedicated exclusively to English language training, U.S. cultural studies and special programs.
The Center for Integrated Access Networks (CIAN) is a multi-institutional research effort consisting of the University of Arizona (Lead) and its partner institutions. The vision of CIAN is to create transformative technologies for optical access networks where virtually any application requiring any resource can be seamlessly and efficiently aggregated and interfaced with existing and future core networks in a cost-effective manner.
The Eller College’s Center for Management Innovations in Healthcare (CMIH) aims to capitalize on existing faculty strengths to contribute new human, strategic, and technological resources to the organization and management of healthcare delivery systems through education, research, and community partnerships in Arizona and beyond.
The primary goal of the Center is to gain a better understanding of the long-term effects of physical activity and nutrition on chronic disease and health, and to translate cutting-edge research into community programs that improve the health and well-being of people of all ages.
The Center's mission is to promote the understanding and appreciation of the ideals of freedom and responsibility along four dimensions: published research, undergraduate education, graduate education, and community outreach.
Offers flexible, interdisciplinary, and individualized masters Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degree programs with concentrations in comparative higher education, finance, organization and administration, science and technology policy, and student affairs.
Jacqueline Lee Mok was appointed by President Robert N. Shelton as the first Vice President and Chief of Staff in the Office of the President at The University of Arizona. Prior to her appointment, she was the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs at the UA.
Established to coordinate interdisciplinary research on hydrometeorology and climate among eleven units (six in the College of Science; two in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; and one each in the College of Engineering, the College of Optical Sciences, and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences).
Coconino Hall is a small and charming residence hall at the north end of campus. Coconino residents appreciate the close community they develop and the comfortable atmosphere of a smaller hall. Well kept and cozy, the sunken living room houses a pool table and is welcoming and relaxing. A side yard includes a courtyard and barbecue area. There are two singles in this three story hall. Coconino is located near the Fine Arts Complex on campus.
The Office of Academic Affairs is responsible for broad oversight of medical student admissions, medical student education, student affairs, graduate medical education, continuing medical education and faculty affairs. The office has direct responsibility for faculty appointments, promotion and tenure.
The College of Medicine is committed to providing top quality, comprehensive information technology solutions and services in support of its administrative, academic, clinical and research missions. In 2008, the College of Medicine consolidated the AHSL (Arizona Health Sciences Library) Systems & Networking Group, Biomedical Communications, Instructional Technology and Medical Computing to form Information Technology Services (ITS). ITS provides services, support and innovation for instructional, research and administrative programs.
University Animal Care is an animal care research center with facilities located at the University of Arizona Health Science Center (AHSC and the main campus Central Animal Facility (CAF). The department is in charge of the campus wide animal care and use program and its personnel are located primarily in the AHSC, CAF and Veterinary Science Microbiology buildings.
Welcome to the Student Affairs Web Site for The University of Arizona College of Medicine! This is intended to be the site where students can come to find out the most up-to-date information, contact fellow students through e-mail and find links to other useful web sites in the College and throughout the virtual world.
The Arizona Student Unions have been providing needed services for students, faculty and staff since 1951.
With the Center for Student Involvement & Leadership, dining services, activities and more, we strive to provide a "home away from home" to balance the diverse educational, recreational, cultural and social needs of today's student. We are more than you think.
Confluence: Center for Creative Inquiry (Confluence), is being established to increase knowledge about the complex ways in which educational, economic, political, social, and cultural forces shape people’s lives. The interdisciplinary center, reporting to the Vice President for Research, will incorporate faculty and students from the Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences for interdisciplinary interaction and seeding of new research.
The goal of Continuing Medical Education is to provide physicians and other health care professionals with high quality educational experiences. Continuing medical education is defined by the American Medical Association (AMA) and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) as:
Extension serves as a statewide network of knowledgeable faculty and staff that provides lifelong educational programs for all Arizonans. We are part of a nationwide educational network of scientists and educators who help people solve problems and put knowledge to use.
Coronado Hall houses eight floors of 100 students each. The spacious entry lobby and comfortable lounge area opens onto patio areas. Casual multipurpose areas contain a small kitchen, vending area, and seating/TV area adjacent to a large laundry room. Double rooms are "suite-style" with a connecting bathroom and shower shared by four students. Suites are single-gender. The west and east wings are single-gender and some center wings are co-ed.