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Finding a Place in Science

Finding a Place in Science

2 months ago Marisa Lester
Growing up, I never thought I would want to be a scientist – it just was not a place for me. I was c…
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2 months agoFinding a Place in Science
The Right Path

The Right Path

2 months ago Marisa Lester
When I started at the University of Arizona, I declared as a molecular and cellular biology major. B…
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2 months agoThe Right Path
Experimental Biology Alumni Night Restarted

Experimental Biology Alumni Night Restarted

5 months ago Jennifer Cubeta
On April 23 in San Diego, a group of 5 current and former Wildcats met for an alumni dinner. Several…
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5 months agoExperimental Biology Alumni Night Restarted
UBRP, the Peace Corps, and True Success

UBRP, the Peace Corps, and True Success

5 months ago Jennifer Cubeta
by Faye Farmer, UBRP Alumna My career plans began at age 16 and ended at age 25: I was going to j…
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5 months agoUBRP, the Peace Corps, and True Success
Serendipitous

Serendipitous

8 months ago Jennifer Cubeta
Serendipity (the phenomenon of finding something valuable or delightful when you are looking for…
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8 months agoSerendipitous
UBRP Alumni Dinner: Experimental Biology, April 23, 2018, San Diego, CA

UBRP Alumni Dinner: Experimental Biology, April 23, 2018, San Diego, C…

8 months ago Jennifer Cubeta
The annual Experimental Biology Meeting will take place in San Diego in April and we want to use thi…
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8 months agoUBRP Alumni Dinner: Experimental Biology, April 23, 2018, San Diego, C…
Pain Specialist and UBRP Alum Dr. Mohab Ibrahim to be Keynote Speaker for 29th Annual UBRP Conference on January 20, 2018

Pain Specialist and UBRP Alum Dr. Mohab Ibrahim to be Keynote Speaker…

11 months ago Jennifer Cubeta
Following a long-standing tradition, the Keynote Speaker for the 29th Annual UBRP Conference wil…
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11 months agoPain Specialist and UBRP Alum Dr. Mohab Ibrahim to be Keynote Speaker…
Dream Jobs: Compassion-Driven Grad Lands Work at Global Company

Dream Jobs: Compassion-Driven Grad Lands Work at Global Company

1 year ago Jennifer Cubeta
(Original UA News article: https://uanews.arizona.edu/story/dream-jobs-compassiondriven-grad-lands-w…
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1 year agoDream Jobs: Compassion-Driven Grad Lands Work at Global Company

Latest Alumni News

Erin Mamaril on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 8/30/18

Hello everyone! My name is Erin Mamaril and I am a senior at the University of Arizona with majors in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science and Psychology and a minor in Public Health. I currently work in Dr. Stephen Cowen’s lab

Meucci Ilunga on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 8/16/18

Hello! My name is Meucci Ilunga and I am a Junior at the University of Arizona studying both biochemistry and mathematics. I am originally from Kin Li Chee, Arizona—a small, rural community in the heart of my tribe’s reservation—and I

Ray Lee on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 8/9/18

My name is Ray Lee and I am an upcoming senior at University of Arizona with majors biochemistry and molecular cellular biology. I was born in Seoul, South Korea, but raised in the Bay Area in northern California. I currently

Two Desert Vista grads involved in prestigious U of A research

From Ahwatukee Foothills News: http://www.ahwatukee.com/community_focus/article_5a76fb08-9745-11e8-8fa7-a7dbc0ec20e4.html. Two Desert Vista High School graduates are making waves at the University of Arizona for their scientific accomplishments. Amanda Warner, the daughter of Todd and Lisa Warner of Ahwatukee, and Max  Lagas, the son of

Chandler Man’s Fruit Fly Study May Unlock Medical Mysteries

From SanTan Sun News: http://santansun.com/2018/08/06/chandler-mans-fruit-fly-study-may-unlock-medical-mysteries/. A Chandler man’s study of fruit flies may help lead to a deeper understanding of how stress contributes to aging in the human body. Randall Eck is undertaking the research at the University of Arizona,