- CIO Office and Lead Local Partner on IT Internship When someone thinks of high school summer recess, they might typically think of sleeping in, swimming pools, and avoiding the Tucson heat. But one ambitious local high school student got a jump-start on her resume with a hands-on internship with the Office of the CIO at the University of Arizona. [Read More]
- BIO5 Searchable Database Ignites Collaboration Published research at the University of Arizona is now far more accessible with the newly enhanced searchable life science database, BioConnect. Introduced by the UA’s BIO5 Institute, the updated BioConnect is the latest improvement in stimulating the collaborative nature of research on campus at UA. [Read More]
- UAccess Learning Set to Launch in September This fall, UA employees will be able to conveniently access university training programs and workshops in one central location with the launch of UAccess Learning. The new learning management system (LMS) will expedite employee training, make adding and tracking training programs easier, and eliminate the need for departments to design and manage their own registration systems. [Read More]
- Register Now - Second Annual UA IT Summit, October 28 This one-day event is focused on the power of collaboration among UA IT professionals, to enhance partnerships with campus and industry partners, as well as showcase technologies that will transform the university's ability to innovate, collaborate, and educate for years to come. [Read More]
- Jet Propulsion Lab CTO - 2014 IT Summit Keynote Speaker Tom Soderstrom, IT Chief Technology Officer, for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory will be the luncheon keynote for the second annual UA IT Summit on Tuesday, October 28, 2014. [Read More]
Digital course materials are a growing trend in higher education. Growing numbers of students and faculty in higher education are taking advantage of digital media’s greater interactivity, customization of educational content, and opportunities for social collaboration.
UA Tech Talk Blog
How do we get more women in IT? One way is to encourage girls at the high school level. I have been really inspired by the NCWIT (National Center for Women and Information Technology) Award for Aspirations in Computing. This year I am co-hosting an Aspirations Arizona affiliate, along with Faye Navabi, computer science lecturer at Arizona State University.