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Recent spring 2021 Honors Wildcat grad is a Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 40 under 40 awardee recipient.
With already-elevated hopes for incoming fall 2019 students, the Honors College team was impressed and encouraged well beyond the opening of the Honors Village.
Each year, the Honors College holds its Honors Study Abroad Photography Competition, highlighting the unique destinations and experiences of our students. It’s a great opportunity to share your adventures and love of photography! *Photo taken by Honors senior Gabby Apolinar.
The Center for Transformative Healthcare seeks to advance collaborative, innovative and transformative interprofessional initiatives across disciplines, learning institutions, health care systems, research centers and communities at-large.
The Honors College Academic Advisors are available Monday-Friday 10:00-3:00 to help answer any questions you have. Please feel free to drop-in any time between these times. You are also able to schedule an appointment with an advisor by call (520) 621-6901 or stopping by the front desk at the Honors Village.
Orthopaedic Outcomes Internship Program: The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery provides students with the opportunity to assist with the collection of functional and patient reported-outcomes for the purposes of determining the quality of orthopaedic care provided by Banner University Medical Center – Tucson/South.
This internship is suited for UA Honors students interested in engaging in academic research and conduction data collection and analysis related to curricular innovation and interdisciplinary course design.
As part of a $137 million North District project that’s been years in the making, the Honors Village started the first semester with a full house only 18 months after construction started. And plenty of students (1,056 to be precise) ready to dive into suite or apartment-style living, fresh menu choices from ’85 North and classes only a few floors down. Justin Sayers of the Arizona Daily Star jumped on our story, one that’s making the news in Tucson and well beyond.
Last year, the book selected for this year’s Catalyst common reading initiative captured the Flint water crisis. Penned by Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, What the Eyes Don’t See: A story of crisis, resistance, and hope in an American city, taps into her personal experience in sleuthing the source of the city’s water problems.
When Dieter and Niels Mohty step forward at the Tucson Convention Center on May 9th, they’re not only one of three sets of twins doing so. With older brothers Ralph and Kurt preceding them, the pair of Microbiology and Physiology double-majors has found new ways to build on what’s become a family tradition.
Entering the Honors College is a time both of significant adjustment and unexpected growth. In some cases, friends and family members are waiting on-campus to make the transition easier.
What’s circulating in the air? Embedded and active in the soil? A part of living creatures, great and small – including us? The answer is microbes, and they outnumber human cells in each person’s body by 10-to-1. The news is both good and bad as they are needed but can create havoc if left uncontested as potential allergens.