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Rod A. Wing, PhD, is a professor in The University of Arizona’s Department of Plant Sciences, and is director of the Arizona Genomics Institute. Read more.
A student scholarship in the College of Education honors Amphitheater High School football coach Vernon F. Friedli. Read more.
The fellowship is awarded to students who have overcome adversity and express passion and vitality in their academic pursuits Read more.
The Thomas R. Brown Family Foundation donated $2 million to the Arizona Assurance Scholars program, which is making the dream of a college education come true for thousands Arizona residents. Read more .
University of Arizona marketing and finance graduate Keith S. McKenzie understands the value of a quality education. That's why he has contributed more than $100,000 to scholarships and other areas at The University of Arizona. Read more.
When Ronelle "Roni" Woolston attended The University of Arizona in the late 1960s, she had to follow strict school rules. In addition to having a rigid dress code, students had early curfews. They had to be in by 10 p.m. on weeknights and by the extended hour of midnight on weekends. Read more.
In 1994, Bill Waynick created the Wilbur and Wilma T. Wildcat Endowed Scholarship Fund to honor and support the dedicated students behind the mask. Read more.
Monique Rios always knew she had a passion for leadership and people, but never could have guessed how much that passion would come to characterize her college career. Read more.
From Twitter messages about campus security to late-night rides home, UA safety programs continually evolve to ensure safety remains a top priority for the campus community. Read more