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UA Cyber Camp Helps Students, Arizona's Workforce

Last week, the University of Arizona South campus in Sierra Vista held a five-day camp to teach students and teachers about the field of cybersecurity.

Cybersecurity is a rapidly expanding field that is in need of more trained professionals. Nationwide, the industry is estimated to need about 1.8 million people over the next five years.

The Phoenix area alone has about 10,000 openings while Cochise County has about 1,500 openings, according to Eric Case, lecturer and...

98% of Transfers Would Recommend the UA

 

Transfer students are thriving at the University of Arizona Main Campus thanks in large part to the land-grant institutions’ mission to provide students with seamless access to a world-class education.

Recent findings from Assessment & Research reveal great gains in transfer students’ satisfaction with their transition to the UA, as well as their advising experiences and interaction with faculty. 

These strides are thanks in large part to the joint effort of...

Wildcats on Words that Define the UA

With students on the University of Arizona main campus for orientation, we saw an opportunity to get real feedback from incoming Wildcats about their their thoughts on the UA. This week, we asked students "what are three words that you would use to describe the UA?"

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