The University of Arizona


Recap of UA’s Second Annual CIHE Symposium

Inclusion, civil dialogue, and the protection of free speech and expression were themes prevalent throughout UA's second annual Constitutional Issues in Higher Education (CIHE) symposium. For UA students and community members, it was a prime opportunity for them to reflect on the different views and opinions of free speech on campus. 

Shaq Davis, UA student and Arizona Daily Wildcat reporter, attended the symposium and wrote a recap of his experience. You can check it out...

100% Engagement’s Impact on Students and Faculty

UA’s 100% Engagement Initiative inspires students to translate and apply their learning within and beyond the classroom into transformative practices and experiences that impact their professional and personal lives. The following is the second of a three-part series that highlights the growth and impact of 100% Engagement on students, faculties, and the state of Arizona. 


FYI - Tune into Livestream of UA’s Second Annual CIHE Symposium

The University of Arizona is set to be a forum of meaningful dialogue and engagement this Thursday, June 22nd for its second annual Constitutional Issues in Higher Education (CIHE) Symposium, presented by the Dean of Students Office. This year, a variety of leaders and thinkers will be on hand to explore the different dynamics of speech on campus. 

It should be an exciting day full of dialogue, learning, and...