• Smart Talk with Robin and Al

    Airing live on Saturdays at 8 a.m. on Tucson’s 1030 KVOI AM, this new radio show offers a lively and provocative discussion of today’s educational, political, and social issues. More.

  • Seeing the Grand Canyon for the First Time

    Upward Bound (first-generation high schoolers) hosted a four-week program with college tours and cultural enrichment. Many had never been to the Grand Canyon before! More.

  • Why Burn a Walnut?

    Students learned how to measure stored energy in plant sources during our education outreach as part of the Sustainable Bioeconomy for Arid Regions Project. More.

  • Academia Alarmed by Visa Restrictions

    A crackdown on visas for certain Chinese citizens might deepen hostility toward Chinese scholars. The New York Times contacted Professor Jenny Lee for her views on the complicated issue. More.

  • Teaching in Arizona

    What does it mean to be a teacher in Arizona? Watch this preview of the upcoming film, Teaching in Arizona.

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Richard Carranza talks with other  UA Wildcats in New York City

Office of the Dean

The College of Education and the UA Alumni Association co-hosted an event at the Chela Park Slope restaurant in Brooklyn to introduce our grad Richard Carranza to the Tri-State UA alumni. Carranza is...
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Clouds against a blue sky

Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies

A new hands-on science curriculum, co-developed by the University of Arizona and launching in three Southern Arizona high schools this fall, engages students in citizen science projects to measure...

Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies

Natalie Aileen Larez comes to the University of Arizona from Douglas, Arizona, a small town southeast of Tucson on the border of Mexico. With two older brothers, a younger sister, and a handful of...
Vicky Capin, Amanda Robertson, and Jim Capin (left to right)

Office of the Dean

A record crowd of more than 200 attended our annual Scholarship Donor Appreciation Breakfast, an event that creates an opportunity for scholarship donors and their student recipients to meet and get...

Educational Policy Studies & Practice

Ten UA faculty and staff members have been selected for a new fellowship that aims to further the University's efforts as a Hispanic-Serving Institution.The UA was designated as a Hispanic-Serving...
Bekka Weismantle

Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies

Junior, Bekka Weismantle received the Arizona State Museum's Year at the Museum Award, a competitive work-study position from the Raymond H. and Molly K. Thompson Endowment to provide a two-semester...
Undergraduates in teacher education

Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies

Together with UA school site coordinators and the Department of Disability & Psychoeducational Studies, Director of Field Experience Maggie Shafer placed 163 undergraduate student teachers for...
President Robbins, Jerry Short, Professor Kathy Short, and Dean Johnson

Office of the Dean

 We are pleased to be the recipient of one of the largest gifts in the history of the College of Education. A $1 million gift has been made to support our Worlds of Worlds, the largest collection of...