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A new report suggests increasing fall temperatures may be a significant driver of declining butterfly populations in the western United States.
Richard Rosen, interim director of the Take Charge America Institute for Consumer Financial Education and Research, has advice for those struggling financially due to COVID-19.
Scott Cederburg, associate professor of finance at the University of Arizona, discusses the state of the economy – and what's to come – as industries, investors and consumers across the globe respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you subscribe to "Fake it until you make it" at work, you're likely compromising your personal health and professional goals, according to a University of Arizona researcher.
Observational studies suggest that prosecutors' race and class biases are among the primary drivers for disparities in criminal justice. Recent research indicates otherwise.
With an 18-spot jump from last year and a 70-spot increase from the university's inaugural appearance in 2017, Arizona Online is one of the nation's fastest-rising universities in the rankings.
A partnership between the College of Law and the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México will offer courses will be taught by Mexican scholars and legal system leaders covering topics including Mexican constitutional law, human rights and distribution of power.
A study conducted by the McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship found that University of Arizona startups generated substantial economic impact, from state revenues to job creation.
Work and breastmilk productivity increase when companies provide a breastfeeding-friendly environment, according to a study from a team involving Eller College of Management researchers.
Law students in the University of Arizona Innocence Project get hands-on experience working on wrongful conviction cases while earning academic credit at the same time.
University of Arizona experts take a closer look at the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which has been proposed to take the place of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The University of Arizona is joining Duke University, Harvard University and the University of San Diego to help meet the needs of human trafficking survivors. The UA’s Innovation for Justice Program, which aims to tackle social justice challenges, will play a key role in the effort.
Three UA professors, each with unique areas of expertise relating to water and the Colorado River, talk about the Drought Contingency Plan and what might come next.