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Mary Wach, a student at the UA College of Nursing is entering a field where there is a definite shortage.

As Demand Rises, UA Offers Speedy Nurse Schooling

Field expected to grow 26% in 8 years; some opt for career change

Terry Badger Ph.D., professor and researcher at the UA College of Nursing discusses the schools focus on health-related education, its outreach programs and other services, and its ranking among other universities.

Nursing: Bucking the Jobs Trend

Nationwide shortage is providing opportunities for new graduates

Graduate Student of Journalism and Middle Eastern Studies, Britain Eakin, is traveling to Egypt this month to work as a reporter for a newspaper in Tahrir Square during the elections. Here she discusses what she expects while she's there for the summer of 2012.

New Egyptian Media Landscape Takes Shape

Press in Egypt gaining freedoms, adapting amid creation of new government

Dolores Hill (left) is the programmatic lead and, Carl Hergenrother (right) is the science lead both apart of OSIRIS-REx Target Asteroids! explain the dynamic of an asteroid.

Stargazers: Bring in Your Asteroid Info

Amateur astronomers called on to help find out more about near-Earth asteroids

Adam Block is the program coordinator at the Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter. Adam explains what the best way to see the upcoming solar eclipse.

Solar Eclipse Will Provide Astronomical Show

Millions will enjoy this sporadic ocurrence on Sunday

Meteorite Hunters Contribute to Future UA-NASA Asteroid Study

Donated fragments will help scientists develop technology for study in next decade

UA Confers 4,200 Degrees Saturday

Proud parents, beaming grads crowd McKale Center one last time

4/17/12

UA Students Probe Migration in Southern Mexico

Planning, public health scholars seek to inform northern border issues

Jesse Gutierrez of the Tucson Department of Transportation updates us on the construction dates and expectations of the Modern Streetcar project.

Streetcar Project On Time, On Budget So Far

First 5 weeks of 68-week project to lay rails downtown, near UA

Hard work in the Arizona Repertory Theatre prepares students for the real world

A behind-the-scenes look at a production of Bat Boy: The Musical

Poetry Off The Page

The U of A Poetry Center's spring symposium brings together cutting edge literary talent for a celebration of the creative freedom of poetry.

Tree Rings Tell Ancient Tales

Dendrochronologists interpret environmental data from tree rings in a hidden UA lab

Tattooed man looks through a microscope.

Web Feature: Arsenic and Old Toenails

Researchers turn to clippings to track Arizonans’ arsenic exposure

Jim Field (Left) a PhD  professor and chair of the department of chemical and environmental engineering at the University of Arizona, and Christopher Olivares (right) a student in the department of chemical and environmental engineering at the University of Arizona talk about bomb eating bugs.

Explosive Idea: Bomb-Eating Bugs

Find out how some tiny bacteria could help environmental cleanup

Luis Carrión brings us a look at this unique interactive exhibit that is sure to get you thinking about how you choose to navigate our urban environment.

Exhibit Asks: 'How Do You Choose to Move?'

'Worker Transit Authority' proposes ways to wean society from auto dependence

At-Risk Youth Get Second Chance with Landscape Training Program

The UA is helping to sustain a program led by Tucson Clean and Beautiful that gives youth on probation a second chance.

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