University of Arizona

Future students at the University of Arizona will reap the benefits of an area designed purely to ensure their achievement. Work began earlier this year on the Tucson campus of the Student Success District, a project that entails connecting three existing buildings and constructing one new building.

Construction has begun on the University of Arizona's Student Success District, a project that will connect existing buildings near the heart of campus in order to integrate services and spaces designed to promote student success. "Inspired by student input, this commitment ensures all UA students have seamless access to the resources and expertise needed to maximize their intellectual development, social growth, physical well-being and career preparation," Jeff Goldberg, interim senior vice president of academic affairs and provost, wrote in a memo.

The following are news briefs from the Arizona Board of Regents November 2017 board meeting. The outcomes follow the board's broad objectives for this meeting, available on the board's agenda. Revised University of Arizona Fiscal Year 2018 Capital Development Plan The board approved the University of Arizona's revised fiscal year 2018 capital development plan (CDP), which includes two new major capital projects and four previously approved projects.

The last steel beam in the construction of the new University of Arizona Health Sciences Innovation Building has been hoisted into place. Covered with signatures and bedecked with U.S. and Arizona flags and a small ceremonial tree, the beam rose above the crowd that had gathered for the Nov.

A 150,200-sq.-ft. building designed to advance bioscience research — including study of health, aging and disease at the molecular level — is being constructed on the campus of the University of Arizona in Tucson. The building will provide research facilities to support interdisciplinary research in many health science disciplines.

Sheri Crider wants to know why Americans want new and shiny things — and what they do with the rest. It's a question she has asked for years, going back to when she was using drugs and alcohol, experiencing homelessness and serving time, a period where she felt cut off from the rest of society.

Fast-track design and construction are proceeding on a 226,000 gross- sq.-ft. (20,996 sq m), $165 million health sciences training building on the University of Arizona Health Sciences campus in Tucson. Known as the Health Sciences Innovation Building, the nine-story facility will provide simulated practice situations and interaction between multidisciplinary teams of students, faculty and health professionals in medicine, nursing, pharmacy and public health.