• Homecoming is near!

    Join us for Homecoming 2019: October 31- November 2. Arizona Wildcats v. Oregon Ducks. Check out everything we have planned for College of Education alumni and friends! More.

  • It Takes More than a Hammer & Nails

    The Colleges of Education and Humanities are coming together to transform the Education North building into a state-of-the-art, collaborative learning space. More.

  • Pathways to Teaching

    We just launched an innovative teacher-preparation program — includes both a tuition scholarship and stipend! — for local residents who have a relationship with Sunnyside. More.

  • Strong Path to STEM Fields

    A $4.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation will create a stronger path for Pima Community College students who transfer to the UA to pursue degrees in STEM fields. More.

  • Reducing Arizona's Teacher Shortage

    As Arizona Teachers Academy enters its third year, legislators approved $15 million for ATA. One of our passionate grads and a student in the academy were featured on Arizona 360

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Professor Regina Deil-Amen
The National Science Foundation has funded a  $4.8 million grant awarding an effort to create a culture of belonging in higher education STEM fields for low-income, high-achieving students from our...
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One member from the Outstanding Book Award Committee deemed his book, “A fresh take on understanding white perceptions of racism.” Other committee members found Cabrera’s work, “a significant,...
"The scholarly accomplishments of Dr. Nicolazzo, which are linked to her accomplishments in outreach as a public intellectual and in her advising as a mentor are truly exceptional, exemplifying the...

The task force was created in partnership with March for Our Lives AZ after attempts to create such a task force failed at the legislature during the last legislative session. Read the article
Ben Anderson, a high school calculus teacher participates in Teachers in Industry during the summer.
As Arizona students head back to class in August, so too will a group of about 50 middle and high school teachers who spent the summer working in industry as part of the University of Arizona College...