First Evidence of Ocean Warming Around Galápagos Corals
A UA-led team studied the natural temperature archives stored in corals and found the ocean around the Galápagos Islands has been warming since the 1970s.
Scholarship Campaign Honors Slain Alumna Allison Feldman
Allison Feldman's family and friends are raising funds to create an endowment in her memory that will provide UA Study Abroad opportunities like the one she had in Spain.
UA Leads Project on Big Data and Black Holes
A worldwide collaboration will work on ways of processing unprecedented amounts of data in real time, with a primary goal of assisting the effort to take the first-ever pictures of a black hole. However, applications eventually could include self-driving cars, renewable energy and national defense.
AI Presents Thorny Regulatory Questions for the Future
Artificial intelligence is here to stay, says UA law professor Jane Bambauer, adding that it's important to ask: Is an algorithm biased? Is it manipulative? Are there moral or political issues?
UA Astronomers Track Tesla Roadster in Space
After the successful test launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket, the UA's Catalina Sky Survey tracked the rocket's payload to help determine the Tesla's course around the sun.
Sharing Culture With Latin American Student Leaders
Through a State Department program, the UA is working with student leaders from Latin America to improve their understanding of the U.S. and expand their leadership skills.
UA Senior Named 2018 Churchill Scholar
Namrah Habib is one of 16 students to receive a Churchill Scholarship, which will allow her to pursue a Master of Philosophy in Astronomy at the University of Cambridge.
Incivility at Work: Is 'Queen Bee Syndrome' Getting Worse?
Women report more incivility experiences at work than men, but who is at fault for instigating these behaviors? A UA researcher set out to answer that — and got surprising results.
UA Student-Athletes Deliver On and Off the Field
The overall cumulative GPA for nearly 500 Wildcat student-athletes exceeded 3.0 in the fall, representing the best mark in school history.