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April 2011

UA Parking & Transportation Services Information

for NCAA Basketball Tournament

Poetics and Politics: Franci Washburn

A series at the UA Poetry Center

Poetics and Politics: Luci Tapahonso

A series at the UA Poetry Center

Poetics and Politics: Ofelia Zepeda

A series at the UA Poetry Center

Kimberly Craft interviews Kurt Garby, a poet instructor, and Samantha Neville, a poet, who are involved with the Poetry Out Loud competition.

Poetry in the Studio

Poetry Out Loud brings students' love of poetry to vibrant--and vocal--life

Twenty veterans from around the U.S. will get a tour of the UA that includes athletics clinics and sessions on how to take advantage of their higher education benefits. At the 4-day camp, vets will attend athletic clinics and learn from coaches and student-athletes.

Web Feature: On the Playing Field, Life Goes On

An all-veteran, all-amputee softball team reconnects with their love for the game

Christopher Conover and Chris Poiriet, Assistant Planning Official for Pima County, discuss how Pima County will deal with the issue of medical marijuana dispensaries.

The Nuts and Bolts of Marijuana

Pima County preparing for the opening of medical marijuana dispensaries, says county official, in this in-studio Arizona Illustrated follow-up to "Finding a Home for Medical Marijuana"

Christopher Conover talks with Felipe Jacome from the CareGiver Training Institute, and Tonidas Whimper, a CareGiver who just completed his training.

Learning to Give

The CareGiver Training Institute celebrates 10 years of teaching the "human part" of caregiving

Christopher Conover talks with Daniel Boone Ph.D., Professor Emeritus from the University of Arizona Department of Speech, Language, about speech pathology.

Talking About Speech Pathology

Daniel Boone, the “dean” of speech therapy in Tucson, discusses speech rehabilitation

Feature on the growing problem of concussion in this country, especially in young people, also new findings show this is not a condition to be taken lightly.

The Unseen Epidemic

A common and potentially deadly injury, concussion isn't to be taken lightly, expert says

Feature on memory and aging and a memory researcher looking at what may be the risk factors for dementia and Alzheimer's.

Mapping the Limits of Memory

Psychologist and brain researcher Lee Ryan examines how aging alters the brain's ability to remember

TV Program Schedule Change #4

March 2011 (Pledge)

Finding a Home for Medical Marijuana

As state finalizes regulations about medical marijuana, local residents look for dispensary sites--and find a host of complex requirements

Feature on renowned neuroscientist, Dr. Carol Barnes, who is looking at the brain at the molecular level to learn more about what happens to the brain as we get older.

Aging and Memory

University of Arizona neuroscientist studies how memory changes as the brain ages

Copper at the Crossroads Part 1: Boosters & Reformers

Series starts with a look at copper's past and present and how it came to be an economic driver.

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