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The Man Behind the UA's Presence in Mexico

Binational partnerships are a natural for José Lever, director of the University's office in Mexico City, who has built strong ties on both sides of the border.click here to read more...

UA's Eller College Announces $6M in Gifts

Pledge from Shamrock Foods and its chairman, UA alumnus Norm McClelland, will establish the McClelland Family Endowment for Faculty Excellence at the University. click here to read more...

Barney Frank to Speak at UA College of Law

Former congressman will give the 2014 McCormick Lecture on Oct. 16 at the James E. Rogers College of Law on the University of Arizona campus. click here to read more...

UA Tech Park Celebrates 20 Years, Looks to Future

What began with a regional economic development mission has since turned its attention to facilitating the testing, evaluation and demonstration of new technologies.click here to read more...

UA on Collaboration's Cutting Edge

University's strengths underscored by opening of Arizona trade office in Mexico City and conference of North American institutions in Tucson. click here to read more...

Sold on Synergy: Student Inventors, Entrepreneurs Get Launched

Turning ideas into business is the business of Tech Launch Arizona and its programs and workshops for students.click here to read more...

UA Alumnus and Longtime Benefactor James E. Rogers Dies

UA alumnus James E. Rogers, who contributed hundreds of millions of dollars to higher education institutions, including the UA, has died. The respected attorney and media entrepreneur was 75.click here to read more...

University of Arizona to Offer Nation’s First Bachelor of Arts in Law

The UA will be the first university in the nation to offer a Bachelor of Arts in Law, starting this fall. The new degree will prepare graduates for careers in which a strong knowledge of law is advantageous, including those in fields such as city planning, business management, health care administration and human resources, among others. click here to read more...

UA Alums Involved in Effort to Legally Prosecute Non-Indians on Pascua Yaqui Tribe

Southern Arizona's Pascua Yaqui tribe is one of three tribes selected for a pilot project in which they will be allowed to prosecute non-Indians facing charges of domestic violence against Natives.click here to read more...

UA Strengthens Research, Entrepreneurial Activities With Cross-Border Collaborations

Through international collaborations with Mexican organizations, the University of Arizona is working on several projects that promote cross-border collaborations.click here to read more...