Play the above video to see these stories on AZ Illustrated Science for Tuesday, March 5:

PROJECT FOCUS, a pilot program at the University of Arizona that helps young adults with intellectual disabilities experience college life. For many of them, college has long seemed off-limits. A new nationwide initiative is changing that. Gisela Telis has the story and, in a separate interview, talks with members of a family taking advantage of Project FOCUS.

THE AFFLICTION OF ARTHRITIS can make staying productive and achieving goals feel impossible. Jane Poynter interviews Norma Ancona, president of the Tucson Arthritis Support League, and Ashley Lancaster, a University of Arizona student living with rheumatoid arthritis.

MAJORING IN 'E-SOCIETY' is the goal of a study program debuting this fall at the University of Arizona School of Resources and Library Science. The new degree program is designed to help students prepare to live and work in the new e-society. Jane Poynter interviews Catherine Brooks, a professor of communication and library science.