UA Engineer Appointed as Faculty Athletics Representative
Systems engineering professor Ricardo Valerdi succeeds Jory Hancock as the University's faculty athletics representative to the Pac-12 Conference and NCAA.
President Robbins' Installation Speech
"We must deliver a high-quality, low-cost, world-class education, and the best service possible to our students. This will ensure that they reach graduation ready to succeed in a rapidly changing and highly competitive global workplace."
Robbins Challenges UA to Aim Even Higher
At his formal installation on campus, UA President Robert C. Robbins receives congratulations in person and by video from a host of dignitaries and officials, ranging from Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey to Broadway star Ben Vereen. With UANews video.
In Harlem, a Digital Renaissance Takes Shape
A research team led by the UA's Dan Kilper and Bryan Carter is working with community stakeholders to make the Manhattan neighborhood of Harlem a place where computing is inexpensive, fast and secure for all residents — and not just the tech-savvy and well-to-do.
Robbins Launches Strategic Planning, Outlines Goals for UA
The president says special attention will be paid to student enrollment, retention and graduation rates and also to elevating research activity and productivity.
World Rankings Center Rates UA as Top Global University
The University placed in the top 0.3 percent among more than 27,000 higher-education institutions worldwide, according to the Center for World University Rankings.
Statement to the UA Community on Death of Christiana Duarte
All of us in the University of Arizona community are saddened that Christiana Duarte, one of our graduates from this past May, is among the victims from Las Vegas on Sunday night.
A Message on UA Men's Basketball
One week ago, our University community learned of the arrest of a member of our men’s basketball coaching staff, a result of a Department of Justice probe into criminal wrongdoing in college basketball. At the time of the revelation, I reiterated our commitment to compliance and to the high ethical standards that we demand of our entire university community.
2017 Annual Campus Safety, Security, and Fire Safety Report
The University of Arizona Police Department has submitted the 2017 Annual Campus Safety, Security, and Fire Safety Report. These are important documents that help everyone on campus stay safe and informed, and I encourage you all to read them.