Climate Change Vulnerability of Native Americans in the Southwest

A collaborative approach to climate change adaptation planning for Native American tribes in the Southwest


  • Med Students Find 'Match Day' Hard to Beat

    Monday, March 20, 2017
    For those at the UA's medical schools in Tucson and Phoenix, the occasion is the culmination of a process that matches graduating students with residency programs. Amid cheers and tears, nearly 180 students learned where they will spend the next several years as resident-physicians. Read More
  • No Increase in Tuition, Fees for Majority of UA Students

    Friday, March 17, 2017
    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. Read More
  • UA Journalism Grad Lands Internship With NPR Special Unit

    Wednesday, March 15, 2017
    Recent journalism master's program graduate Jorge Encinas is working in Washington, D.C., for National Public Radio, covering themes of race, ethnicity and culture. Read More
  • Business Programs, Library Science Climb in Rankings

    Tuesday, March 14, 2017
    The U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools rankings highlight an array of graduate programs. This year, Eller College of Management rankings rose significantly. Read More
  • Presidential Finalist Robbins Visits Campus

    Wednesday, March 8, 2017
    Dr. Robert C. Robbins, chosen as the lone finalist for the UA presidency by the Arizona Board of Regents, tells a community forum on Wednesday that he would be a highly visible ambassador for the University and is committed to staying on the job for "at least 10 years." With UANews video. Read More