Posts Tagged ‘University of Arizona’

Poetry, dendrology, and astronomy unite for Moon Tree Celebration

Four University of Arizona organizations will come together on Friday, October 30, to commemorate the planting of the UA’s moon tree. Truly a STEAM event, the Poetry Center, the Lunar and Planetary Lab, the Tree Ring Research Laboratory, and the Campus Arboretum will celebrate the sycamore that graces the UA campus between Flandrau Science Center and…

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Focus on Pluto

July was all about Pluto and other small bodies in our solar system. Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium, on the University of Arizona campus in Tucson, debuted a brand-new FullDome planetarium show, Exploring New Horizons, as part of its Pluto Week celebration. The show focuses on Pluto and NASA’s New Horizons mission that is at this moment…

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TechDivas and DigiDudes Technology Summer Camps

Flyer for UA Eller College of Management 2015 Tech Summer Camps, TechDivas DigiDudes

Four weeks of summer camps, with a different tech focus each week! Camp 1   June 1–June 5  DigiTech Marketing Agency (digital marketing) Camp 2  June 8–June 12  HelloWorld! Software Co. (software development) Camp 3  June 15–June 19  Cyber Art Co. (2D and 3D graphics) Camp 4  June 22–June 26  Not A Robot Inc. (21st Century…

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Dante Lauretta on Planet Formation and the Origin of Life

Number two in the seven-part 2015 UA Science Lecture Series gets underway Monday, February 2, at 7:00 p.m. at UA’s Centennial Hall. Be sure to arrive before 6:30 p.m Seats fill quickly in the auditorium — Tucsonans love science! This year’s theme is Life in the Universe, and tonight, Dante Lauretta will discuss Planet Formation and the Origin…

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