Prepares students for meaningful and exciting careers in 21st century information professions. Affords foundational knowledge necessary to work with print and digital information in libraries, museums, science centers, and business and government offices.
The University of Arizona seeks to ensure that all individuals using, accessing, storing, transmitting or overseeing University information resources understand their responsibility in reducing the risk of compromise and take appropriate security measures to protect University information resources.
Founded in 1993 to develop curriculum, promote research and present public programming that addresses the histories, politics and cultures of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Arizona, nationally and globally.
The Institute of the Environment collaborates across the U of A campus to understand, communicate, and solve the environmental challenges facing our world, nation, and state, as well as to help the people of Arizona seize opportunities created by these challenges.
The University of Arizona Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) oversees the university's animal care and use programs, facilities and procedures ensuring the appropriate care, use and humane treatment of animals being used for research, testing and teaching.
Serves as the international relations office for the UA and is responsible for supporting the negotiation, facilitation and maintenance of all institutional relationships with foreign partner institutions worldwide.
The IDS/International Studies major, which is administratively based in the University College, is ideal for students who want a customized, multidisciplinary education and who have a strong desire to work in an international setting.