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UA Historian Studies Revolutionary War Veterans: http://bit.ly/1ISS0En
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This is fantastic.  I WILL get a copy and examine it with a fine eye. (The one I didn't lose) 
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The Pac follows UA's Lead, Joins Green Alliance: The Pac-12 Conference​ is the first collegiate sports conference to count all of its members, including the UA, as Green Sports Alliance participants. http://bit.ly/1HvKZww
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A new undergraduate degree program in American Indian Studies makes the UA the first and only university in the state to offer bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in the discipline. http://bit.ly/1C2Eml8
To be more competitive in the field of American Indian studies, and to attract students who are invested in addressing issues affecting tribal nations, the University of Arizona has launched a new bachelor's degree program in the field. The new undergraduate degree program makes the UA the first and only university in the state to offer bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in the discipline.
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The University of Arizona has been recognized as an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities http://bit.ly/1Kd3fNz
The University of Arizona has been recognized as an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.
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Students Can Earn University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Nutrition Minor Online: The versatile minor can be added through online courses taken outside of the traditional fall and spring semesters. http://bit.ly/1RhW3yx
The University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is now offering online courses for its nutrition minor during each summer and winter session. Over the course of more than one summer, a student can complete the required 18 units, the equivalent of six classes, from a list of 10 approved courses in the UA Department of Nutritional Sciences.
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As the nation celebrates the 150th anniversary of Juneteenth, UA Alumna Kysha Mounia and her sister work to expand public knowledge about the contributions and achievements of African-Americans with their mobile app Quiztory​ http://bit.ly/1GnEg2R
What year was President Barack Obama's first inauguration? 2009. What is the name of Jada Pinkett-Smith's band? Wicked Wisdom.  In 1863, who issued the Emancipation Proclamation symbolically freeing all slaves? Abraham Lincoln. Two years later marked the beginning of Juneteenth, which is now the oldest known event established to commemorate the end of slavery in the U.S.
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The UA's newly created Office of Student Engagement recently launched a website to explain how 100% Engagement works and to provide resources for students and employees. http://bit.ly/1ISQKRF
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Will an Asteroid collide with Earth? Not likely according to UA experts : http://bit.ly/1IKwLVa #AsteroidDay
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Follow our UANews guest bloggers as they share their summer learning experiences, #BearDown http://bit.ly/1FDC6v9
The drive from Moline, Illinois, to Salem, Massachusetts, was much less leisurely than the trip from Tucson to Moline. My mother, sister Cydney and I piled into the car and had two days to make a 1,200-mile drive with threats of 60 mph winds and hail.
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UA Researcher, Michael Hammer, appears as one of the experts in "First Peoples," a five-part series examining how Homo sapiens moved around the globe to become its dominant human species. Tune in this Wednesday on PBS​ at 9PM http://bit.ly/1JgwmPT
About 200,000 years ago, our ancestors took their first steps on the African savanna. Today, 7 billion of us live across the planet. How did we beat the odds and spread from continent to continent?
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5 Ways Dads Matter: UA researchers weigh in on how dads can make a difference, from imparting life lessons to serving as role models. http://bit.ly/1I3Oyux
The bond between mother and child has long been recognized as critical to children's development, but what about Dad? Increasingly, scientists have turned their attention to the role of fathers in the family. It's a timely topic, as an estimated one-third of U.S. children grow up in homes without their biological dads, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.    
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The UNAM Center for Mexican Studies at the UA will be focused on fostering collaborative research. http://bit.ly/1dNfbHC
As part of Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's inaugural visit to Mexico, University of Arizona President Ann Weaver Hart and the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, or UNAM, have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a new Center for Mexican Studies at the UA.
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Public research university founded in 1885 & known for its sports & science programs.- Google
"Best four years and prepared me greatly for after school."
"Although the students will work hard for you, what they produce is worthless."
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Vinnie Vincent
3 weeks ago
Unfortunately, I cannot give this university a single star. The University of Arizona has a long history of breaking Federal EEOC Law when it comes to their employees. Examples such as a worker getting cancer, then taking FMLA time off for chemo treatments, then coming back to work and immediately getting fired. Or an individual who needs to be in a wheelchair due to health issues getting fired after the fact. Or another individual who took FMLA until his leg repaired coming back to work and a few days later getting set up for a "theft" and subsequently fired. The supervisors are never held accountable for their misdeeds and law breaking; in fact, the University's HR department willingly looks the other way and in some cases covers things up. To sum up, the University of Arizona needs to have a thorough EEOC investigation into its lawless actions against all employees and the disabled who have suffered. Those responsible (the University as an entity itself as well as the individual managers and HR personnel) should be sued in a court of law. The Federal gov't should withhold any and all funding/grants until this very serious matter is remedied.
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Andrew Slattery
2 months ago
The cornerstone of activity in Tucson, the UofA's global presence can be felt anywhere you go in town. A gorgeous campus with great outdoor spaces and venues, fantastic event attraction and management, and fantastic architecture. As a collegiate institution, however, it does have it's faults. Exorbitant fees tacked on to every bloated tuition bill, financial aid is incredibly hit or miss, and as a Veteran, the VA outreach center and staff were not at all exemplary in 2011-2013.
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Burton Rood
3 months ago
The doctors are great but the clinic intake is very sad. The lady is rude and treats people like diry. If I had any suggestions the first would be to replace her.
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Brandon Vorlicek
a month ago
I'de rather live in T.J.
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Danielle Griffin
7 months ago
I love this university. Such a great community. I learned a lot about the world and what it has to offer. I expanded my interest and made life long friends. I never had a problem with financial aid office, room and board, or faculty (although some I liked more than others). This institution does not beat you over the head with tradition like some schools which is why it appealed to me. It also is not a school obsessed with partying, but they do like to have fun. Diverse, inclusive, and affordable. I am glad I chose wild cat country. Bear Down Arizona!
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Jim Hawk
8 months ago
Sick of their faculty's outrages ultra leftists' teaching. Wish they'd dump Musa al-Gharbi; he's an enemy combatant as far as I'm concerned.
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Magda Maria Martinez
3 months ago
I love the university. My daughter dreams of going there for college. She is studying hard for school.
Courtney E.
9 months ago
UA is not a half rate school. I'm in the pharmd program which is rated in the top 10 in the US. Go cats!