As March Madness continues this week for our Wildcats, remember to celebrate responsibly and Bear Down with pride.
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.
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
Researchers found that the strength of executives' social connections can significantly influence their decision whether to stay or go when their companies falter.

Why CEOs of Failing Companies Jump Ship … or Don't
Eller College of Management and Library Sciences Grad Programs climb in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings.

Business Programs, Library Sciences Climb in Ranking
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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Youth who identify as transgender, lesbian, gay, bisexual, or queer are more than twice as likely to attempt suicide, and studies show that that higher risk stems from their experiences of discrimination and victimization. Oliver’s journey as a transgender teen reveals the challenges some young people face just for being who they are. Presented and produced by Arizona Public Media
March Madness is here and we are so excited about our Wildcats. We want to remind everyone to ‘Bear Down with Pride’ as we move through basketball post-season. At Arizona, we have many traditions, but bad sportsmanship isn’t one of them. #BearDownWithPride
The Arizona Board of Regents announced finalist Robert Clayton Robbins, MD for the UA's next president late on Tuesday, March 7.

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The Arizona Board of Regents plans to announce a finalist for the UA’s next president tomorrow from 3:30 - 5:00pm. Watch the announcement live on the ABOR website.[ Link ]
UA research reveals that dogs and 2-year-old children are more similar than toddlers and chimpanzees when it comes to cooperative communication skills.

Dogs, Toddlers Show Similarities in Social Intelligence
They’re not plants or animals, they prefer dark, moist places, and they’re good for you! Check out the University of Arizona research that’s helping to nurture a specialty crop for the future. Presented by Arizona Public Media
Dave Heeke, an athletics department leader with a strong background nationally and in the Pac-12, has been named University of Arizona Vice President for Athletics pending Arizona Board of Regents approval of the contract.

Heeke Named University of Arizona Vice President for Athletics
How can animals that feed mostly on sugar embark on migrations spanning continents? What looked like flawed scientific data led to an unexpected discovery, thanks to the tenacity of a group of biologists in the UA's Department of Entomology.

The Value of Nutrition and Exercise, According to a Moth
Through an agreement between the UA and Adobe, which came with a $100,000 gift to the UA, students will have access to Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Adobe Premiere Pro, Dreamweaver and more.

UA Becomes First Adobe Creative Campus in West
Lighter, stronger and less expensive than concrete, Acrete uses three times as much waste and converts it into useful building material.

Concrete Substitute, a UA Startup, Brings Advantages
Charles Frank Bolden Jr., NASA's former administrator, who has long ties to the UA, attended the successful launch of the agency’s UA-led OSIRIS-REx mission.

Former NASA Administrator to Address Commencement
Most people do not think of snow when they think of Tucson or the Sonoran Desert. The Catalina Highway on the city’s north side takes you from the iconic saguaro stands of the desert to Summerhaven at the top of Mount Lemmon. With elevations above 9000 feet, the mountain gets an average 180 inches of snow a year. When the conditions are right Ski Valley, the southernmost skiing destination in...
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National parks in Arizona and across the country are seeing earlier springs driven by climate change, according to new research.

Spring Starting Earlier in 75% of National Parks Studied | College of Agriculture and Life Sciences | The University of Arizona