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Five UA colleges collaborate on innovative interdisciplinary degree designed to give students a global focus
4 months ago
The University of Arizona Center for Buddhist Studies will have its new physical home in the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine, a landmark facility that will be dedicated to health and wellness.  
5 months ago
The Critical Languages Program is expanding into community classes, creating a non-credit opportunity to study less commonly taught languages.  
5 months ago
The Writing Skills Improvement Program will offer a regular series of 50-minute workshops weekly throughout the semester, including two new workshops specifically addressing online classes.  
6 months ago
Nichole Guard, Senior Program Coordinator in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, has been honored as one of nine recipients for this year’s University of Arizona Individual Awards for Excellence.  
8 months ago
Karina M. Rodríguez, Recruitment Coordinator for the College of Humanities, has been selected to join the University of Arizona’s third cohort of HSI Fellows.  
9 months ago
Five graduate students in the College of Humanities will receive grants and tuition funding from the University of Arizona’s National Center for Interpretation.  
10 months ago
Dean Alain-Philippe Durand is pleased to announce the following changes.  
10 months ago
Dean Alain-Philippe Durand is pleased to announce Dr. David Gramling will be the next Faculty Director of the Bachelor of General Studies program in the College of Humanities, effective Aug. 17, 2020.
11 months ago
In keeping with its land-grant mission, the University of Arizona has always served the rural areas of the state, through agricultural research and education that directly impact those communities.  
11 months ago
Video games are a growing field of academic study, and the University of Arizona is joining the ranks of more than 400 other U.S. colleges and universities that offer degrees in video game studies.  
1 year ago
The College of Humanities hosted more than 20 executives of top corporations for the Change & Transformation Council’s winter meeting, focusing on the humanities role in the future of work.  
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1 year ago
The University of Arizona College of Humanities is developing a slate of new courses designed to infuse foreign language and culture content into courses in business, healthcare and other professional programs.  
1 year ago
In Bryan Carter’s virtual classroom, online education is moving toward a more immersive and interactive future.  
1 year ago
The College of Humanities and Africana Studies Program are hosting a series of events this month to celebrate Black History Month.  
1 year ago
Next semester, University of Arizona students will have the opportunity to take classes in Nahuatl, the indigenous Mesoamerican language that’s the origin of words such as chocolate, avocado, chili, coyote and tomato.