Be honest, respectful and just.
“The devastating COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in much-needed discussions surrounding ethical principles and health equity, and it has also shown us tangible ways in which individuals can show compassion for the greater good of their communities."
—Leila Barraza, Associate Professor,
Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health
LIVING WITH INTEGRITY
Our entire Wildcat community is responsible for the academic integrity of the university. And our commitment to ensuring moral character and conduct extends beyond campus, from entrepreneurial ventures in innovation to the public health rights of all Arizonans.
INTEGRITY IN THE NEWS
Indigenous Resilience Center is a 'seed' for tribal leaders to water and nurture
Since it was established last year, the Indigenous Resilience Center has added to its roster experts who have long worked with and for Native American communities. University leaders hope tribes can guide the center's next moves.