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2 hrs ago | Customer Interaction Solutions
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Sept. 8 -- University of Memphis issued the following news release: The University of Memphis is a founding member of a consortium that is launching a critical new phase in developing the Internet of the future.
6 hrs ago | EurekAlert!
Despite the significant reduction in the overall incidence and death rates from strokes in the United States over the past twenty years, more attention needs to be paid to specific age groups, a recent study found. The new research, conducted by Dr. Silvia Koton of Tel Aviv University's Sackler Faculty of Medicine and the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, Prof.
10 hrs ago | KOLD-TV Tucson
TUCSON, AZ - As rain pours down, the water levels in washes, creeks, streams, and rivers can go up dramatically in Southeast Arizona. The consequences can be deadly for people caught in flash floods or for those that choose to drive into the flood waters.
11 hrs ago | KRVN-AM Lexington
Your anxiety appears to be well-founded. At least that's what a new study suggests.
14 hrs ago | CBS Local
This is the ninth time Playboy has published its party school rankings, and the first time the Ivy League institution has made the list. Coming in at number two was the University of Wisconsin, followed by West Virginia University, University of Arizona and the University of Iowa.
14 hrs ago | National Public Radio
In a recent Washington Post piece , Diana Liverman, a professor at the University of Arizona, explains how she used to teach her undergraduates about climate change - and why she stopped. "A few years ago, I discovered my undergraduates had informally renamed my Intro to Environmental Studies class.
Analyses by University of Arizona geoscientist Alexis Licht and his colleagues show these snails lived in a monsoon climate that had dry winters and very rainy summers. Analyses by University of Arizona geoscientist Alexis Licht and his colleagues show these snails lived in a monsoon climate that had dry winters and very rainy summers.
A resource center designed to help recruit the country's top-notch graduate students into the University of Arizona held its grand opening reception at Old Main on Friday. UA Graduate Center Director Dr. Meg Lota Brown joined Provost Andrew Comrie and UA President Ann Weaver Hart in launching the new Graduate Center located at the Babcock Building on Speedway Boulevard near Campbell Avenue.
Arizona college students are putting their friendly rivalries aside and collaborating in amazing effort to help those in need of free healthcare in Phoenix. Students from Arizona State University, the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University created a service organization that provides no-cost medical care and education to the homeless population in the Valley.
Special to the Courier The Highlands Center for Natural History, 1375 S. Walker Road, Prescott, hosts Dr. Cecil Schwalbe, a renowned herpetologist who always presents his scaly subjects with a great sense of humor, on Friday, Sept. 19, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Dr. Schwalbe will give a free presentation at the Highlands Center on common state and local reptiles and amphibians and why they matter.
The Arts Partnership invites you and your family for an afternoon with "The Best Damn Band in the Land."
Prescribing aspirin for primary cardiovascular disease prevention should be judged on an individual basis by health care providers, according to an article published online Sept. 1 in Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine .
Some of Arizona's university students will get a taste of real-world experience this weekend, all while helping those in need. The group of about 70 students from Arizona's three public universities -- Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University and University of Arizona -- are part of a group called the Student Health Outreach for Wellness initiative.
A Mid-South woman with a mystery illness is desperate for help that can keep her alive. WMC Action News 5 shared the story of Shanyna Isom in a special report in 2012; she grows fingernails through WMC Action News 5 shared the story of Shanyna Isom in a special report in 2012; she grows fingernails through the hair follicles in her skin.
Jessa Stein , now a sophomore at Pitzer College, opted to be judged on her other merits and held back her test scores. If you are checking out the Best Colleges rankings as a junior or senior, you're preparing to sit - or have already sat - for the 2400-point SAT, complete with its fancy vocabulary words and mandatory essay.
Bio: Born in Huntsville, Ala., in 1872, he moved to Arizona in 1910 and was influential in the development of mine, steel and railroad companies here. He helped plan and build the city of Ajo and served as a regent for the University of Arizona .
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 09:31 pm
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