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A&S in the News: March 3-16, 2019

Read local, national, and world news that feature faculty, students, and alumni from the College of Arts & Sciences. Most recently, the College is trending in the news for Antarctic research, the oldest-ever UA graduate, a music competition, and more. […]

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UA Professors Selected For Prestigious NHC Summer Residency

 Two UA professors, Dr. Mairin Odle and Dr. Rekha Nath, were recently awarded summer residencies with the National Humanities Center. Nath and Odle will join 40 other professors from across the country in a state-of-the-art research facility for one month during the summer. […]

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In UA Research, Tiny Worm Mimics Key Genetic Risk for Alzheimer’s

UA researchers use tiny roundworms known as C. elegans, which share roughly half their genes with humans, to study human diseases. The worms recapitulate the clinical trend of Alzheimer’s risk seen in humans that harbor these heritable differences. […]

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Eliza P. Culverhouse Donates $500,000 to UA Dance Program

The gift will support the dance program through the creation of the Eliza P. Culverhouse Fund for Excellence in Dance. The fund will provide the opportunity for the department to expand its current efforts while engaging in new artistic partnerships through the Eliza P. Culverhouse Fellowship in Choreography. […]

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