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The Garcia Family Foundation Scholarship is a 10-year, $400,000 annual commitment to student excellence at the University of Arizona.
The largest hackathon in the southwest is back giving everyone, regardless of their major or experience levels, an opportunity to gain hands-on experience with technology alongside students, companies, and mentors at the University of Arizona.
Honors students in the Department of Geosciences at the University of Arizona are rewriting the geologic history of the Grand Canyon. The traditional view of the sedimentary layers exposed in the canyon, as originally described by John Wesley Powell, is that they contain sediment shed from rocks exposed nearby. Honors students have been testing this interpretation by using new techniques of geochronology to determine the provenance of zircon crystals in various sedimentary layers.
New research shows that Rapa Nui islanders built their iconic monuments close to freshwater sources.
Rapa Nui, known as Easter Island, is an isolated 63 sq mi volcanic mass in the eastern Pacific. On foot or bobbing offshore in the waves, the ability to discern the complexities of the famous stone forms left by a thousand-year-old culture is limited. From the air, the landscape becomes clearer. And the mystery less shrouded in mythology and hearsay.
Dr. Cheree Meeks, director of the First Year Experience at the Honors College, was named Woman of the Year last week.
Honors students with sophomore credit or above, come study abroad with the Honors College this summer!
The University of Arizona Honors Colleges announces a progressive new scholarship program to support the fall, 2019 launch of the Honors Village.
Start refining your skills NOW with the Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP). The Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP) provides students interested in health careers the opportunity for a transformative summer experience.
Leah Crowder, now pursuing an M.A. in Middle Eastern and North African Studies at the University of Arizona, emerged as a Rhodes Scholarship winner after a grueling process that culminated in recent interviews in San Francisco.
After graduating from the University of Arizona Honors College in May, Leah Crowder dove immediately into graduate studies. With the recent announcement of her selection as a Rhodes Scholar, she is England bound as one of 32 representatives from the U.S. to enter the University of Oxford this fall.
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With the staggering success of The Walking Dead has come a resurgence of interest in worst-case scenarios for humanity. A recent Live Science feature story showcases a cadre of bright minds that understand what it takes to survive and build a civilization: Nine essential steps were the focus.