Across a wide range of disciplines, year after year, UA researchers are recognized as world-class for promoting scientific advancement and substantial contributions to their respective fields.
The University of Arizona is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), one of 62 leading public and private research universities in the United States and Canada, based on the level of research and academic programs.
UA has initiated specific grantsmanship and leadership programs to advance the success of our faculty, with a particular focus this last year on those early in their career. The university has provided more workshops and training for its “next generation” faculty to be better positioned to win larger awards and deeper external partnerships. Those efforts are already seeing dividends with record early-career awards and honorifics.
Prestigious award recognizes distinguished work of three UA faculty
member only astrophysicist to receive Guggenheim Fellowship
Associate professor claims one of only 18 Packard Science Engineering Fellowships
UA delegation participates in historic U.N. conference
Department of Energy selects UA professor for research coveted investment
Three UA researchers earn National Science Foundation’s highest honor
Most likely to succeed: Two UA faculty recognized for outstanding potential
Professor represents top
four percent in competition for fellowship
UA for outstanding student-led environmental effort
UA students recognized nationally for proven research potential
UA professor formally declared among the top undergraduate educators in the country