• UA Online: All This, and Science Too

    Story and Photo by Stacy Pigott, University Communications | August 16, 2017

    Only two years after its debut, UA Online is on target to meet or exceed goals established by the Arizona Board of Regents. And longtime biochemistry professor Roger Miesfeld says teaching online has made his in-... Read More

  • New Program Welcomes Community Science Scholars

    By Robin Tricoles, University Communications | August 9, 2017

    The University of Arizona is inviting members of the Tucson community to audit science classes this fall through the new Community Science Scholars Program. The program allows community members to audit science classes at a... Read More

  • CBC Welcomes Dr. Nam Lee

    Please join us in welcoming Dr. Nam Lee to the UA as a tenured Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacology with a split appointment in CBC. Lee is relocating his lab from the College of Pharmacy at Ohio State University in Columbus to the UA in September. His lab will... Read More

UA Online: All This, and Science Too

New Program Welcomes Community Science Scholars

CBC Welcomes Dr. Nam Lee

UA Online: All This, and Science Too

New Program Welcomes Community Science Scholars

CBC Welcomes Dr. Nam Lee

Spotlights

Faculty

Three of our outstanding faculty have won prestigious teaching awards from the College of Science:

  • Dr. Amy Graham, Distinguished Achievement in Science Education Award,
  • Dr. Lani (Tori) Hidalgo, Distinguished Early Career Teaching Award, and
  • Dr. Elisa Tomat, Innovation in Teaching Award

Congratulations!

Research

Being able to see an object helps us to understand complex design and function quickly. That holds also true even for the microscopic machinery that drives our body.

Students

The CBC Department would like to welome new and continuing Chemistry and Biochemistry undergraduate students to the 2017/2018 academic year. Join us for free ice cream and a water balloon toss at 2 pm on Thursday, August 24 on the U of A Mall near the cactus garden (in front of the Koffler Building).