• BLASTOFF! 2016 Lets Middle School Students Get Hands On with Science

    Science, technology, engineering and mathematics outreach is a vital role of the University of Arizona, which is why the UA Biochemistry Club hosts an... Read More

  • Ben Wu Selected to Speak at Beckman Symposium

    A member of the Class of 2016, Ben Wu will be one of three Beckman Scholar speakers in August.

    Ben Wu has an expansive range of interests — hiking in the Catalina Mountains and, most recently, hiking Mount Wrightson south of Tucson and listening to the likes of Young Thug and Future.... Read More

  • Asset Development Program Demonstrates Alignment of UA Inventions to Market Drivers

    Faculty at the University of Arizona (UA) conduct approximately $600 million in research each year. Research results are shared with the world through publications and presentations. In many cases during the course of research, investigators conceive inventions. These university inventions are... Read More

BLASTOFF! 2016 Lets Middle School Students Get Hands On with Science

Ben Wu Selected to Speak at Beckman Symposium

Asset Development Program Demonstrates Alignment of UA Inventions to Market Drivers

BLASTOFF! 2016 Lets Middle School Students Get Hands On with Science

Ben Wu Selected to Speak at Beckman Symposium

Asset Development Program Demonstrates Alignment of UA Inventions to Market Drivers

Spotlights

Faculty

After 32 years of service to the Department and the University, Jim Hazzard is retiring. We wished him well at a potluck lunch on May 23, 2016. Although he'll be retired, he'll be around helping with Outreach Activities this fall.

Happy Trails, Jim!

Research

The Charest lab investigates the molecular mechanisms implicated in the intracellular transduction of chemoattractant signals that guide the migration of cells, a process crucial to normal physiology but also involved in diseases such as cancer metastasis.

Students

The CBC Advising Team, with the assistance of CBC Ambassadors, has met with 233 freshmen, including 70 honors students, during New Student Orientation. The College of Science will receive 1316 incoming students for Fall 2016. CBC will host two more orientation sessions in August. We can’t wait to meet all of our new freshmen!