• Now open across the nation

    Designed to introduce visually impaired students to STEM careers, Project POEM — now open to the entire U.S. — is the only one of its kind in the nation.

  • San Miguel High School students visit DIALL

    Our Digital Innovation and Learning Lab was created to explore how technology can transform teaching and learning. The San Miguel students tested out everything in the lab!

  • 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.

  • 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. 

  • Where in the world are our alumni?

    Our new geospatial tool allows you to see where our alumni live across the globe!





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A $4.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation will help create a stronger path for Pima Community College students who transfer to the University of Arizona to pursue bachelor's degrees...
Indigenous Community Learning
On this episode of Arizona Spotlight, AZPM student employee Vanessa Ontiveros sat down with Felisia Tagaban, one of the founding members of Voices of Indigenou
Francesca Lopez Portrait
The College of Education and Tucson Unified School District recently received $650,000 in funding from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to explore the impact of asset-based dialogic teaching, a process...
Veronika Vernachio of KGUN 9 visited Worlds of Words to talk about the WOW Teen Reading Ambassadors pilot program that offers high school students a college experience at The University of Arizona
The assistant professor of higher education was nominated for her research into whether the enrollment management practices of public universities undermine access for underserved student populations.
Congratulations to Higher Education Assistant Professor Karina Salazar on being named a 2019 College Admission Influencer by Forbes!