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The Galileoscope is a high-quality low cost telescope kit developed for the International Year Of Astronomy 2009 by a team of leading astronomers, optical engineers, and science educators. No matter where you live you can see the celestial wonders that Galileo first glimpsed 400 years ago that still enthrall stargazers today.

UA Innovation Day Highlights Top Campus Research

Faculty, student work will be discussed, displayed, honored in Tuesday events

Bridging the Gap in the Fight Against Brain Cancer

From the Operating Room to the Laboratory

Bill Requiring $2,000 From College Students For Tuition Dropped

State lawmaker kills HB 2675, citing immense misinformation

Sharon O'Brien (left), artistic director for Stories That Soar, and Mary Anderson (right), principal of Lineweaver Elementary School

Teachers' Voices with Sharon O'Brien and Mary Anderson

Find out the inspiration behind Stories That Soar, a Tucson non-profit that lets children use their imagination and share their stories with the world.

Roy Flores, former chancellor of Pima Community College.

Pima College Pays Double for Chancellor Post

Flores on medical leave; board names interim and prepares search

May Mgbolu, UA Political Science Senior, and Aldine von Isser, Board of Directors Vice President for the Little Chapel of All Nations, discuss the upcoming public forum series featuring "Tucson's Youth - Bridge to the Future."

Youth Issues Forum Focuses on Education

First in a series on UA campus aims to involve young people, give them voice

UA College of Pharmacy and Dean, J. Lyle Bootman, Ph.D. (center) and UA BIO5 Institute Member and Associate Professor Todd Camenisch, Ph.D. (right), talk about a health forum that will be held at the UA and will include lectures, discussions and a health and wellness fair in an interactive manner about the US health-care system challenges.

Arizona Health Forum Comes to Campus

Teaching the public about health care, interactively

TUSD Documents Changes Since Classes Shut Down

State requires paperwork, reports on Mexican American Studies

Tucson Festival of Books March 10–11

Arizona Public Media is proud to be a part of this event and will be featured in the Culinary and new Science City – Science of Food tents.

Marana High School Junior & Special Olympics athlete Rachel Doolittle (left), and Special Education Teacher & Special Olympics coach Loretta Alvarez (right), discuss the new nationwide campaign that is hoping to raise awareness and end derogatory use of the "R" word.

Ending Use of the 'R' Word

Campaign reminds people against careless use of 'retarded'

Arizona budget puzzle

AZ Week: State Surplus, Spend or Save?

Gov. wants more for education, prisons; Legislature wants to save it for rough times ahead

Organizers known as the Tucson Conqistadores Rocco Bene (left) and Dan Meyers (right) talk about how they organized this years Accenture Match Play golf tournament coming in Marana and how it draws professionals from around the world and provides a welcome economic boost to Southern Arizona.

Pro Golf Helps Local Children

Accenture Matchplay Championship provides funding to youth programs

UA to Offer Ph.D. in Mexican American Studies

Mexico's proximity, research abilities called pluses for only 3rd such program

Proposal Demands Minimum Contribution From College Students

HB 2675 would require students to pay at least $2,000 on their own

Teachers' Voices with Sarah Bromer and Cyrus Tucker

Find out how a high school student finally received the encouragement he needed to start reading.

Hussein Magale, biochemistry sophomore, shares the story of how he fled Somalia during its civil war and has been translating for the organization Doctors Without Borders.

Somali Survivor Seeks to Give Back

His life transformed by Doctors Without Borders, a Somali student now strives to become a doctor himself

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