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
UArizona named a top Peace Corps volunteer-producing school
UArizona ranks No. 15 among large schools on the Peace Corps' list of colleges and universities that produced the most volunteers between 2003 and 2023. Since the Peace Corps' founding in 1961, more than 1,720 UArizona alumni have served abroad as volunteers.
On 'mountaintop day,' Tubbs tells grads to learn to embrace 'valley experiences'
Michael Tubbs, the former mayor of Stockton, California, told graduates and guests at Commencement that the most valuable lessons would come from periods of struggle. Graduates should learn, he said, to turn pain into purpose and use rejection as redirection, to make the world a better place 50 years from now.