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Biosciences Growing Quickly in AZ

Synthetic heart research leading scientific advancements, new research

Design Day Highlights Innovative Engineering

Students showcase a year of hard work in competition for prizes, obs

Free books at Teacher Day

Hundreds Attend Teacher Day Events At UA

Teachers participate in workshops and students learn through interactivity

Eugene Sander, president of the University of Arizona, discusses the honors college role in education.

UA President Says Fees Help Colleges Provide Extras

Honors College fee boosts student programs, but colleges try to maintain affordability

Authenticity and Legitimacy in Multilingual Second Language Acquisition

The University of Arizona holds a symposium to discuss multilingualism in today's society

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Mortgage Clinic Gains National Recognition

Collaboration between UA College of Law and Legal Aid

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Giving Back to Educators

Support group hosts 2nd annual Teachers Day

Omani Water Experts Share Sustainability Methods

Locals learn from ancient Omani water management techniques at UA symposium

Spiritual Leader Takes on the Kitchen

Deepak Chopra, physician and alternative medicine guru, talks about the importance of food

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Summer Ahead: Skin Cancer Risk Increases

Five Tucson venues will offer free sunscreen dispensers

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More Mass Market Shakeout Coming in Retail

Investment in customers, technology will be key to survivability, expert says

Local residents will be able to attend a lecture Cuba's political isolation from the United States on the UA campus on Wed 18 April with Speaker Rosa Lowinger. Director of the Drachman Institute at UA, R. Brooks Jeffery, discusses the upcoming lecture.

Cuban Conference Reveals New Side of Isolated Nation

University of Arizona lecture series explores Caribbean country's often overlooked modern architecture

Multilingual Symposium Brings International Scholars To UA

Scholars will examine the role of multilingualism in identity, governance and policy

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AZ Week: In Retail, Consumers Take Charge

Technology, remnants of recession put businesses on their toes

Olympic Medalist Amanda Beard Visits Campus

UA Alumna and former member of the women's swimming and diving team stopped by the UA Bookstore to sign copies of her new memoir.

Mark Marty Pagel, PhD, a UA Cancer Center expert will receive a $2 million grant from the National Institute of Health to study the effectiveness of baking soda therapy to treat breast cancer.

Can Baking Soda Battle Breast Cancer?

Tucson researcher receives $2 million grant to explore a new medical possibility

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