Ibrahima Sall came to the UA from Senegal to add to his already culturally diverse background.
As Dalal Radwan, originally from Palestine, wraps up her MA in Journalism at the UA, she is setting her sights on a bright future.
Club president Osamah Moshebah, an Industrial Engineering student, traveled to D.C to accept the award.
Study abroad changed Allison Feldman’s life – a life cut short. Now, her loved ones are paying it forward.
The ice fields of southwest Greenland are becoming particularly sensitive to a climate cycle called the North Atlantic Oscillation.
UA researchers are building a quantum hub known as Inquire to help diverse fields benefit from quantum resources.
The UA is investing in its future as an international arts destination with the creation of a new VP for the arts position, filled by UA College of Fine Arts Dean Andrew Schulz.
From language skills to increased confidence, the perks of studying abroad are practically endless!
Water, not temperature, is what is harming global forest growth, reports a team that includes UA scientists from the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research.
Robert Fleischman is off to Italy’s “Florence of the South” to teach and conduct research about earthquake engineering.