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Congratulations, Class of 2019! A&S graduates walk on May 4
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A&S in the News: April 14-20, 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 research on wild bees, the “Space Matters” digital exhibit, and more. […]

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Research Shows Cocaine Trafficking Adapts to Law Enforcement Efforts

A model developed by Dr. Nicholas Magliocca from UA and others from around the country found the cat-and-mouse game of cocaine smuggling and government interdiction strategies results in a larger geographic area for trafficking with little success in stopping the drug from reaching the United States. […]

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Researchers Uncover Critical Insights into Bacterial Immune Systems

Dr. Asma Hatoum-Aslan, UA assistant professor of biological sciences, and one of her graduate students, Lucy Chou-Zheng, discovered how a common skin bacteria wards off viruses by leveraging cellular processes normally not considered part of any immune system. […]

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Climate Change to Blame for Hurricane Maria’s Extreme Rainfall

A storm of Maria’s magnitude is nearly five times more likely to form now than during the 1950s, an increase due largely to the effects of human-induced warming, according to a study led by Dr. David Keellings, assistant professor of geography. […]

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