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2011 has been designated as the international year of the bat, and there are concerted efforts to inform the public about the importance of these creatures.

Befriending the Bats Among Us

Historically maligned creatures gaining respect through education

interview with Jianjun Yin a PhD. Professor for UA Dept. of Geosciences.

A Warming Double-Whammy

University of Arizona research suggests warming seawater will speed the melting of polar ice sheets

Regent Fred DuVal discusses plans to make the Arizona University System more effective.

Regents' Chair: No More Cuts for Universities

Fred DuVal calls on Legislature to "incentivize" campus programs with added funding

Andrea Kelly interviews Albert Elias and Jim Van Arsdel about student housing projects, including how they fit into overall city development and infill planning.

Student Housing Part of Local Land Use Plan

UA and city planners work with developers on student housing.

Arizona Budget 2012: How It Affects You

The state budget goes into effect July 1 with plenty of local impacts.

An interview with Arizona Cancer Center doctor Clara Curiel about the recent FDA guidelines for selecting the most effective sunscreens.

Safer Sunscreens Coming to Market

FDA issues new rules; 'broad spectrum' sunscreens cover UVB, UVA

Moira Geoffrion is a painter, sculptor, head of the University of Arizona art department and former president of the Mid America College Art Association.

TPAC Announces Lumie Award Winners

Former Head of UA Art Department Wins for Arts Educator

Feature on researchers looking for a link between sleep apnea and children with Down Syndrome and if getting a good night's sleep could help improve their behavior and learning ability.

Down Syndrome, Sleep Problems Linked

How a good night's sleep may help those with Down Syndrome

Researchers hope the bacterial communities' hidden abilities--including the ability to produce their own crystals in the lab--will prove useful to society and helpful in managing the cave.

Web Feature: What Lies Beneath

In the hidden reaches of Kartchner Caverns, a world of mysterious microbes thrives

Feature on sleep apnea, a disorder that disrupts sleep and can lead to drowsiness, irritability and problems functioning.

Sleep Apnea On The Rise

Sleep expert explores link between obesity and sleep apnea

Arizona Week studio interview

University Foundations Emerge from Recession

Higher-education contributions are on the rise, fund-raising chiefs say

Shelton, the Academic

Former UA president was above all else a professor and academician, faculty chair says, and for that he had faculty respect

Richard R. Bootzin, Ph.D. University of Arizona Professor of Psychology

Not Getting Enough Sleep?

UA sleep researcher offers tips and how-tos for better rest

The Fall of the Nursing Shortage

UA Dean of Nursing College discusses the pros and cons of a shift in nursing numbers and job availability

Shelton: 'Tough Decision' to Leave UA

Departing university president says 5-year mark and new opportunity drew him to the Fiesta Bowl

New Drugs Fight Fatal Skin Cancer

Arizona Cancer Center researcher develops two new drugs that have been found to prolong lives

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