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The 18 scaled-back ceremonies are organized by program and will have a limited number of guests. Several COVID-19 precautions, including a mask requirement, will be in place.
Seven undergraduates will be recognized during this year's graduation ceremonies for their service to the community, academic accomplishments and perseverance.
Through an agreement with Tucson Electric Power, UArizona will get all of its purchased energy from two sources: the Oso Grande Wind Farm in southeastern New Mexico and the Wilmot Energy Center solar-plus-storage system south of Tucson.
The university's COVID-19 vaccination POD has moved fully indoors and will continue to operate through June 25. Walk-ins are accepted at the Ina E. Gittings Building.
UArizona ranked No. 93 out of nearly 20,000 global colleges and universities in the annual Center for World University Rankings. The university also scored high marks in the RUR 2021 World University Rankings.
Walk-ins are being accepted at university's vaccination POD, which will move indoors on May 3. The university also is doing vaccination outreach in rural Arizona communities.
Lynn Nadel has made extensive contributions to human understanding of memory and cognition through his research on the part of the brain known as the hippocampus.
For the fifth time in six years, UArizona is among 200 colleges and universities featured in The Princeton Review's "Best Value Colleges." The Princeton Review evaluates data in areas such as academics, cost and graduation rates.
President Robert C. Robbins has been encouraging student to get vaccinated before they leave campus for the summer. May 5 is the last day of the spring semester.
The Arizona Board of Regents confirmed the appointments of UArizona faculty members Steven Archer, Sonia Colina, Marwan Krunz, Dante Lauretta, Sallie Marston and Ian Pepper as Regents Professors.