Choose to care.
“Compassion from my perspective is caring about yourself and the people around you. From taking care of your mental health to advocating positive team culture to your teammates, compassion is a skill that I strive to live with every day to benefit myself as a person as well as the people around me who I care about.”
—Eric Correa, Junior,
Arizona Swimming & Diving
LIVING WITH COMPASSION
Compassion at Arizona shows up in many ways, including the student-founded and -run Campus Pantry, which aims to reduce food insecurity for members of the Wildcat Community, and through UA Cares, the University of Arizona annual workplace giving campaign.
COMPASSION IN THE NEWS
College of Law receives $1M gift to establish endowed professorship in natural resources law
The professorship, endowed by Desmond and Jean Ruley Kearns, will provide financial support and recognition to a faculty member who demonstrates expertise in, passion for and commitment to advancing natural resources law.
UArizona student, 16, wants answers about gifted minds, especially his own
At 16, Tadeusz Borowski is one of the youngest first-year students to start at UArizona this fall, after graduating from high school two years early. His studies in medicine, he hopes, will shed light on how gifted minds develop.
UArizona will help local substance-use recovery program reach more Native American women
The UArizona New Dawn-Warrior Women project is helping expand the reach of Tucson's Native Ways Program, which helps clients with substance use recovery while incorporating Native American culture and traditions.