A new view on life

It had been 10 years since 79-year-old Manuel had seen his own face. He came to the U.S. from Mexico as a teenager on a temporary work visa. When that…

2015 FULBRIGHT SCHOLARS

…Jason Chen, bachelor’s in Spanish and biology: English teaching assistant, Mexico “By serving as an English teaching assistant in Mexico, I will gain a unique insight into how educational practices…

DINO-MITE MYSTERY SOLVED

…New Mexico, a site rich with fossils from the Late Triassic Period. A distant crocodile-relative, the aetosaur Typothorax, navigates the smouldering remains of a wildfire at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico,…

What are you saving for?

…of speakers and resources for students, staff, faculty and the community. Topics include budgeting, credit scores and traveling cheap. U Saves Week events: David Bach Keynote: Living on a budget…

Check out tech equipment before Sept. 24

Be sure to check in with our Knowledge Commons staff or make a request for items like laptops and tablets that you still need. While the library is closed Sept….

A Healthier U

…their disgust when they learned zebrafish larva have their heart outside of their bodies. The students had been studying the small fish for a week as part of the BioEYES…

CHANGING THE WORLD

…said. Karla Arroyo: From corporate climber to social warrior Karla Arroyo has led many lives. After working for Mexico’s Department of Treasury and climbing the UPS corporate ladder, the Mexico

A BOLT OF INSIGHT

…Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. An accidentally perfect laboratory PHOTO CREDIT: National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration The bright flash of light is only one stage of lightning; there’s a substructure that happens…

PARTNERS IN THE PARK

…and colleagues to join them, creating additional meritus scholarships. This year, scholarships of $3,000 each were given to six students thanks to generosity of many individuals: the Wolfs, Art and…