More University of Arizona Stories

The University of Arizona launches website showcasing U.S.-Mexico borderlands stories to reclaim border narrative

The Confluencenter is collaborating with borderlands artists, advocates, journalists, and others to showcase stories, art and other projects from the U.S.-Mexico borderlands, aiming to present a comprehensive and diverse history of the region.

The Haven strives to become go-to resource for Native American women in recovery

Federal funding has helped expand services and outreach.

"High Asia for Aphasia" is taking awareness to unparalleled heights.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Knitting socks the REAL old-fashioned way; and the story of Chilean political exile Leo is one of hardship, healing and hope.

Explore the Secret History of Sleepovers.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The Pima County Public Library brings MegaMania! back to Tucson; and Arizona Illustrated's new series of poetic short films.

21st annual Water Resources Research Center brings in international collaborators

The conference focused on water solutions in a changing arid climate.

Diversity, Belonging and Celebration: Queer AF rocks Pride Month.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How Southern Arizona Senior Pride serves Tucson's LGBTQIA+ elders; Marilyn Heins MD shares some lessons learned from losing her husband to Alzheimer’s Disease; and, Stories that Soar! brings some summer heat.

New rural health education center works to bridge healthcare gap

The Center for Excellence in Rural Education will officially join the Arizona Area Health Education Center on July 1.

UA set to launch new women's hockey team

The program is currently recruiting for its inaugural 2024 season.

Steward Observatory Turns 100

This year, the iconic Steward Observatory dome on the University of Arizona campus celebrated its 100th birthday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony commemorating its original dedication in 1923.

The Buzz: What to expect when OSIRIS-REx returns to Earth

The seven-year mission to harvest samples of an asteroid is months from completion, and scientists are ready for the next step.

Appeals court sends UA harassment claim back to trial court

The three-judge panel found that Title IX bars sexual harassment on the basis of perceived sexual orientation.

Ponderosa Pine at risk due to megadrought

New research shows that the species is facing higher mortality rates due to the drought.

UA shooting suspect looks for insanity defense

A court order is now forcing the University of Arizona to release suspect Murad Dervish's emails after defense requests it.

UA College of Applied Sci & Tech moves to SV's West End

The new location will be off of Garden Ave. in Sierra Vista

UA VP of research and innovation out, pursues new role at Utah State University

Elizabeth Cantwell oversaw an $825 million annual research portfolio.

Patrick Robles for the People

As University of Arizona’s graduation commences, an important figure leaves behind a changed university.

Selected Archive Filters

University of Arizona
AZPM is a service of the University of Arizona and our broadcast stations are licensed to the Arizona Board of Regents who hold the trademarks for Arizona Public Media and AZPM. We respectfully acknowledge the University of Arizona is on the land and territories of Indigenous peoples.
The University of Arizona