More University of Arizona Stories

Arizona’s veterinary medicine grads aid shortfall of vets in nation, state

Employment of veterinarians is projected to grow 19% from 2021 to 2031.

Airplane Crash from 1948 is Revisited and Researched

A professor and author is trying to find the families of all 32 victims.

UA graduate programs ranked among nation's best

Management Information and Geosciences were singled out in top college survey.

Robbins announces changes to the future of UA's medical programs

The plan will adapt the original 100 year vision that was made in 1967 when the medical school was founded.

Nosotros program helps identify liver disease with free fibroscans

Liver disease disproportionately affects the Hispanic community, and in Tucson, a local program is taking action to fight this trend.

UA holds first safety briefing, questions of accountability remain

The safety briefings will be held biweekly.

Anti-abortion demonstration shocks students

Counter protests condemned use of graphic images.

What is the value of a quiet moment?

On this Arizona Spotlight, a look at the power and importance of silence, from four different angles.

UA announces organizational structure change in police department

The announcement comes shortly after the university announced the creation of the new "Chief Safety Officer" role.

University of Arizona sued over former governor's home

The lawsuit states that the home holds more than monetary value for the Castro family.

New $85 million home for UA's Space Institute unveiled

The building first broke ground in 2021.

UA bans TikTok on university-managed devices

The move comes after President Joe Biden issued an executive order banning the app from government devices.

The Buzz: What a UA report says about last year's deadly on-campus shooting

The report released earlier this week offers insights into where breakdowns happened and what can be done to prevent future failures.

Arizona Board of Regents to vote on tuition increase for public universities

UA plans to increase tuition starting the upcoming fall semester.

Faculty Senate approves limited "no confidence" in UA administration

Despite the Senate's vote, the Arizona Board of Regents sent a letter saying they support UA President Robert Robbins.

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