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The UA has pledged to continue to track greenhouse gas emissions and reduce its carbon footprint, while adding a commitment to plan for the impact of climate change.
The collaboration between the UA and the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, which goes back more than 30 years, has entered a new phase with the center's opening in Tucson.
The new UA campus also will support One Health, a worldwide effort to address disease threats to humans and animals simultaneously — and potentially improve the health of both populations.
Regents' Professor Oscar Martínez, who grew up on the U.S.-Mexico border, examines his native country's economic challenges in a new book and will be part of "UNAM at UA" next week.
The big event: Lunar Eclipse Night on Sunday, Sept. 27, when the full moon will pass through the shadow of the Earth.
The site on campus is part of the UA's Greek Centennial Campaign, and it will be dedicated on Oct. 23 during homecoming weekend. Rivera is a member of the UA Class of 1965.
The iconic structure, with its slot canyon design, nearly 300 artistic inlays and Sonoran Desert-inspired décor, is a representation of the UA's commitment to promote interdisciplinary research.
Management information systems program in the Eller College of Management moves up a spot to No. 4 nationally.
UA alumni Jim Richard and May Carr set out to design a building that reflected unique aspects of the surrounding Sonoran desert, while establishing a new standard for campus sustainability. The Environment and Natural Resources Phase 2, or ENR2, building has its dedication today.
The much-anticipated building, which has its grand opening on Thursday, brings together desert and design. "It's not enough for our buildings and spaces to just facilitate — they must inspire," says Peter Dourlein, UA assistant vice president of Planning, Design and Construction.
KorkBoard's creators, a pair of Flinn Scholars at the UA, haven't forgotten how challenging it can be to meet people of similar interests on a massive college campus.
New signs along the popular trail at Tumamoc Hill encourage hikers to appreciate the ecology of the hill.
Fifteen food outlets saw their menus tweaked, altered or completely overhauled this summer after a comprehensive survey asked students and faculty what they wanted.
In the mid-1970s, students lobbied the UA for a facility dedicated to student recreation and wellness, and the center's fitness options have multiplied over the years.
Based on preliminary data, the UA this week has welcomed more than 42,100 students for the fall semester. The University has met or exceeded a number of enrollment goals with its largest class on record.