• Congratulations to Sallie Marston (Geography) and Linda Lumsden (Journalism), who have been named 2015-2016 Udall Center Fellows. These fellowships are supported by the Udall Center in collaboration with the Institute of the Environment, the College of SBS, and the Office for Research and Discovery.

     

  • The UA has produced 223 Fulbright grantees since 1993. Students: the internal deadline for Fulbright applications is September 7th. Email emkotay@email.arizona.edu for more information on Student Fulbright opportunities.

     

  • The Center for Middle Eastern Studies has been awarded a Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad curriculum development grant. This funding will take 12 teachers and 2 university personnel to Oman and Zanzibar in summer 2016 for a 4-week travel/study program.

     

  • Congrats to SBS faculty member Adam Henry (Government and Public Policy), who is part of an NSF funded team composed of 14 institutions. The project investigates urban water sustainability. Read more about the UA's involvement with the project here. (Photo: Confluence Park)

     

  • The Documenting Endangered Languages program is supported by NSF and NEH to raise awareness and increase scholarship on endangered human languages. Interested in applying? Watch these outreach videos for advice on DEL and grant writing more generally. (Image: Languengl)

     

  • Congratulations to Confluence Graduate Fellowship recipient Gabriel Higuera (MAS) who is organizing an ethic studies conference for local high school students. (Image credit: Wikimedia Commons)

     

  • William White's (Anthropology) public archeology project on race and descendant communities in multi-ethnic Boise has been awarded a 2015-2016 Confluence grant. (Image credit: Wikimedia Commons)

     

  • Confluencenter has awarded Christina Greene (Geography) a 2015-2016 grant for her work on drought in California (image credit: U.S. Drought Monitor).
     

  • Lydia Otero (MAS) and Elaine Romero (Theater Film, and Television) are collaborating with Borderlands Theater to perform oral stories they are collecting about Barrio Libre, Tucson. (Image: Wikimedia commons)

  • Congratulations to the Southwest Center team, lead by J.C. Mutchler and collaborating with Art professor Jackson Boelts, who have received  a Confluence faculty collaborative grant to study ranchers along the U.S. Mexico Border. (Image: Wikimedia commons)

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The UA FY 2015-2016 ERE rate proposal has been approved by the federal cognizant agency, Cost Allocation Services.  These rates may now be used for grant and contract proposals. The DHHS Rate Agreement date is June 16, 2015.  To access the new rates, click... read more

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Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Workshops

Student, postdoctoral, and faculty researchers looking to fulfill RCR training hours can attend Fall workshops open to the entire campus community. These workshops count toward RCR training... Read More

Library launches Spatial Data Explorer

The Spatial Data Explorer is a web-based interface that allows UA faculty, students,and staff to access tens of thousands of geospatial datasets curated by universities participating in the Open... Read More

RSVP now for research-related training sessions

Sponsored Projects Services and the Office for Research & Discovery are holding the following research-related training sessions. All sessions will be held in the Student Union’s Tucson room.... Read More

American Association of University Women (AAUW) Dissertation Fellowship

Doctoral dissertation writing fellowships are available from the AAUW. The American Fellowship provides $20,000 for women in the last year of dissertation writing to offset living expenses. The... Read More

Newcombe Dissertation Fellowship

Funding for full-time dissertation writing for studies on ethical or religious values is available. The Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship from the Woodrow Wilson National... Read More

Application support available for NSF's Graduate Research Fellowship Program

The solicitation for the 2016 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program has been published!... Read More

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