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Compelled by research providing evidence that active engagement and collaboration improve student learning, many UA faculty members are redesigning their courses to move away from traditional lectures.
Offered through the UA School of Natural Resources and the Environment, the program complements a variety of academic majors and can expand career options.
By identifying struggling students and sending them personalized emails encouraging action and providing support, educators can make a significant difference to the success of their learners.
President Robert Robbins calls the step "an important milestone in the evolutionary history" of the College of Medicine Phoenix, which received preliminary accreditation in 2012 and provisional accreditation in 2015.
The UA succeeded with seven of the 11 accreditation standards, and will continue to work to earn the COE's designation.
The new program integrates component-up fundamentals with top-down perspectives and is expected to boost the number of architectural engineers in Arizona.
For all entering resident and nonresident, undergraduate and graduate students in 2017-2018, the UA has proposed a tuition increase of 1 percent and an increase in some mandatory fees.
The UA's collaborative learning spaces put the UA ahead of peers in improving teaching and student learning.
The cancer program at Banner – University Medical Center Tucson has been granted three-year accreditation with commendation by the Commission on Cancer (CoC), a quality program of the American College of Surgeons.
The Office of the Provost held a pumpkin decorating contest, which had 30 participants and was able to raise $300 that will go to United Way of Southern Arizona.