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An Andean bear caught on one of several field cameras maintained by Vela-Vargas and his research team.
SNRE doctoral student Ivan Mauricio Vela-Vargas led the effort to capture, collar and release an Andean bear nicknamed Xué. The bear's movements will help scientists learn more about the vulnerable species.
SaferFoodCats at work at the CALS state-of-the-art Food Studies Laboratory.
Food safety takes center stage as projections estimate the food sector will need to safely feed 10 billion people by 2050. That astounding figure creates quite a challenge, as well as significant opportunity for students looking for careers in the biomedical field.
Uniformed Domestic Science students in 1898 teaching kitchen.
Reflecting on the heritage of our Family and Consumer Sciences programs as we celebrate the arrival of a new director, Laura Scaramella.
UA senior equestrian competitor Arizona Parker (center) with (left to right) assistant coach Faye Leersen, head coach Heather Kidd, mother Sunny Parker, and Intercollegiate Horse Show Association event founder Bob Cacchione.
Strong finish to senior's UA Equestrian career
Three women and one man pictured in a photo collage.
In honor of Earth Day, four undergraduate students share information about the environmental research they're doing.