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UA Gets $1.5M For Research On Solar Energy Techniques

The grant comes from the U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative

Graduate Student of the UA School of Music, Matthew Whitehouse talks about the summer solstice and how different cultures have celebrated it.

Summer Solstice, Music, Indigenous Cultures

UA student connects dots among various interests

Drawing on the Walls at Sol LeWitt Days Exhibition

Artists recreate Sol LeWitt's wall drawings in the University of Arizona Art Museum

University of Arizona program helps students achieve their goals

Juggling school and children: the help you may not know about

Institute for Civil Discourse Hires Director

New director has experience in government, communications

UA Researcher Finds Tropical Lake on Titan

Study reveals 927-square-mile lake on Saturn’s largest moon

Book Arts & Letterpress Lab Teaches Old Craft

Donation of old printing presses expands art school's offerings

Workshop Helps Ex-Convicts Restore Civil Rights

Restoration is easier with help, says man who completed process

Principals Rate UA Teaching Grads High

State survey shows first-year educators scoring higher than average

Wildcats Cap Season With Regional Play

Arizona Baseball wraps up big season by hosting regionals and looking toward College World Series

UApresents Announces 2012-13 Season

From ballet and Broadway to classical music and Carol Burnett

Customs and Border Protection is part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

'Credibility Assessment' in Use for Border Crossings

UA's Center for Border Security tests new equipment to screen legal entrants

A Guatemalan migrant is trying to get home to reunite with his family, after traveling north to work across the border in Southern Mexico.

Migrants At Mexico-Guatemala Border Face Health Issues

Similar issues for people migrating north to U.S.-Mexico border

Local leaders are trying to increase the number of bicycle users in our community.

Tucson Retains 'Gold' Status in Bicycling

Advocacy group finds Old Pueblo's 600 miles of bike lanes make it friendly

University of Arizona Helps Sustain Nogales Wheelchair Shop

Across the border, the UA is impacting others, like here at the All-Terrain Wheelchair Shop.

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

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