The University of Arizona

In the News - April 6.

This week, you may have read about the University of Arizona's divisional news from the university's alumni magazine or student-run newspaper, the Arizona Daily Wildcat. If not, here's what you missed! 

Arizona Alumni MagazineReimagining the Campus Core 

By transforming iconic campus landmarks into spaces designed for cutting-edge teaching and learning strategies, the University of Arizona plans to power student success and move to the forefront of education. Similar to modern corporate campuses, students will be able to move from group meetings in expanded collaboration spaces to tutoring sessions to a favorite workout class with ease in this reinvented campus region. 

The Arizona Daily WildcatUA, Adobe Partner to Increase Digital Media Literacy

Through the agreement, current and future UA students will have free access to a complete line of Adobe's Creative Cloud software, creating opportunities for students to gain professional skills and enhance their digital media literacy. 

The Arizona Daily Wildcat Former NASA Astronaut to Teach UA Online Class

Led by reknowned NASA astronaut, Ron Garan, students will work to solve global problems and contribute to the Earthrise-2068 project. The project presents a picture of what the Earth should look like in 2068 and will play a significant role in the United Nation's future global initiatives. 

KJZZ, NPR PhoenixChandler Hopes Coding Camp Will Boost Workforce

Starting next week, the UA will launch its Coding Boot Camp, a 24-week program that will certify students to be web-developers. For many Chandler officials, the boot camp fills a critical need in the city's software industry cluster.