For people struggling with a mental health problem, getting help sooner rather than later can significantly improve the effectiveness of treatment. But there are still many people who put off getting help because of the stigma surrounding their struggles. Now we explore how one Tucson community is tackling this problem head on. Presented by Arizona Public Media
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Inside the iconic structure far from the UA's main campus, climate change researcher Tyeen Taylor uses the simulation rainforest to study botanical volatiles, looking for clues to how those plants manage high temperatures and drought.
Inside the iconic structure far from the UAs main campus climate change

Biosphere 2 as You've Never Seen It Before

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The website is helping environmental scientists, land management agents, ranchers and others better assess drought and wildfire danger.
The website is helping environmental scientists land management agents ranchers and others

DroughtView: 'Swiss Army Knife' of Land Management

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A bright little bird will be getting extra attention in 2017 as the Tucson Audubon Society’s designated bird of the year. The society says the hummingbird, our region’s “smallest avian ambassador,” can play a big role in their efforts to increase understanding and appreciation for birds and nature in general. Presented by Arizona Public Media
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With the use of video, UA alumnus Nick Lunn landed a job with National Geographic and has been sharing information on national and international subjects, such as dissolving glaciers, extinction of species and robots.
With the use of video UA alumnus Nick Lunn landed a job

Dream Jobs: UA Grad Made Digital Storytelling His Livelihood

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Last week, the Arizona Board of Regents approved a three-year contract for Dr. Robert C. Robbins, president and CEO of Texas Medical Center, to become the 22nd president of the University of Arizona. [ Bit.ly Link ]
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One of Southern Arizona's most recognizable landmarks owes its existence to a victorious football game played more than a century ago. The “A” on Sentinel Peak was constructed after the University of Arizona beat California’s Pomona College on Thanksgiving Day 1914 and again in 1915. Today, the “A” holds a special place for many people- 100 years after its completion. Presented by Arizona...
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Introducing the 22nd president of the University of Arizona! The Arizona Board of Regents voted to approve the terms of Dr. Robbins’ contract. His official start date is June 1, 2017. Read more at [ Arizona.edu Link ]
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As a complement to the winter break rainforest program in Ecuador, the UA is introducing more short-term spring break programs abroad.
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UA Study Abroad Expands Short-Term Options

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Sabino Canyon Recreation Area is one of the most visited natural destinations in the Tucson area, and for those with the stamina and time, Seven Falls is a treat for the senses. The falls are located on the Bear Canyon Trail, about four miles one way from the parking lot/visitors’ center, or nearly two miles from the closest shuttle drop-off point. They are a draw for plants, animals, and...
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April means one thing: UA Spring Fling!
April means one thing UA Spring Fling

Spring Fling Unique for Campus, Tucson Community

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Amanda Bingham Ferguson
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Terrol Dew Johnson is a complex figure living in multiple intersecting realities. He is perhaps most well known for his grassroots community activism with the group Tohono O’odham Community Action, which he helped found over 20 years ago. Johnson is also an accomplished artist with work in the permanent collections of Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Heard, and the Smithsonian. This story...
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As March Madness continues this week for our Wildcats, remember to celebrate responsibly and Bear Down with pride.
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The Wildcats keep on dancing with a 69-60 win over Saint Mary's! Next up, Xavier on Thursday, March 23rd. Follow Arizona Athletics for all the latest.
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The Wildcats keep on dancing with a 100-82 win over North Dakota! Next up, St. Mary's on Saturday, March 18th. Follow Arizona Athletics for all the latest info
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Researchers found that the strength of executives' social connections can significantly influence their decision whether to stay or go when their companies falter.
Researchers found that the strength of executives social connections can signifi

Why CEOs of Failing Companies Jump Ship … or Don't

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Eller College of Management and Library Sciences Grad Programs climb in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings.
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Business Programs, Library Sciences Climb in Ranking

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Filmmaker Genevieve Anderson's career has not followed a traditional path, but she doesn't make traditional films. Using individually designed puppets and miniature sets, Anderson makes movies that explore themes of loneliness and compassion, qualities that she has time to reflect on in her home studio space. She has settled down in Tubac, Arizona, with chickens, a duck, a very large dog, and...
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