The Office of Community Relations is responsible for local government and neighbor relations; coordinating community service projects; developing and implementing inter-institutional activities with Arizona Community College Presidents; and overseeing the UA Visitor Center, University Events and the Consortium for North American Higher Education Collaboration (CONAHEC).
The Office of Instruction and Assessment, known as OIA, offers support to the UA teaching community in course and curriculum design, online course development, program and classroom assessment and evaluation, instructional strategies and learning technologies.
The Office of Sustainability was established in October 2010 as part of a larger reorganization of UA Campus Sustainability to improve the coordination of environmental sustainability programs across the university. The Office coordinates students, faculty and staff to ensure the University of Arizona is a top-ranked institution among its peers for leadership in environmental sustainability as it pertains to campus design, student engagement, operations, education, research and outreach.
Assists faculty in matters related to intellectual property, including interactions with commercial partners, and brings inventions and discoveries developed within the University to market for the public good.
The mission of The University of Arizona Office of University Research Parks is to create environments that support and promote research and education, technology innovation and commercialization and high technology business development and attraction.
The Office of University Research Parks (OURP) has responsibility for the management and operation of the UA Science and Technology Park (Tech Park), Arizona Bioscience Park (Bio Park) and the Arizona Center for Innovation (AzCI).
Performs research in the field of optical data storage to develop an increased understanding of the technologies involved, stimulate industrial innovation and strengthen educational capabilities in industrially relevant science and technology.
The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery exists to provide comprehensive, integrated orthopaedic programs for patients, students, residents, fellows, the University community and the people of Arizona. The foundation of these programs is excellent clinical services that give rise to intellectual integrity in research and education.
The UA Outreach College provides exceptional credit and noncredit educational opportunities to people seeking university-level instruction and enrichment outside the scope of the traditional campus experience.