University of Arizona

Universities are defined by their people, and you could say the people here were born to challenge "business as usual." The University of Arizona existed before Arizona was a state. Our first graduating class in 1895 consisted of two women and one male. 

Since then, we've learned that we're better together. We do more when we work across backgrounds, skills and perspectives. That's how we've become long-time partners with NASA, leaders in both the arts and sciences, and able to prepare students to succeed in a world where most of the jobs today's kindergartners will have don't even exist yet. We know how to converge.

University of Arizona Tucson - Main Campus 1295 N. Martin Ave. P.O. Box 245210 Tucson, Arizona 85724
May 31, 2018
Internship
The public health internship is one of the most exciting components of the public health major! This is a chance for you to start narrowing down what you want to do when you graduate, gain experience and start networking. There are two types of public health internships for credit: 1. HPS 493A - This is the 6 unit/250 contact hour required internship course. 2. HPS 493B - For upper division elective credit. This internship can be completed for 3 or 6 units. Internship Orientation Session Before students will gain access to the required documents to enroll in internship units, they must watch an internship orientation video and complete the orientation worksheet. The internship orientation video will be available on this website each semester for students who plan to enroll in internship units for the upcoming semester.  Students must watch the video and complete the worksheet the semester before their internship experience, even if they have viewed an earlier version of the orientation video. 1. Watch the  Public Health Internship Orientation Video   2. The accompanying  Internship Orientation worksheet  must be completed while watching the video. 3. Once the worksheet is complete, students should then submit it to Stephanie Springer, the Internship Director, at  stephks@email.arizona.edu . Completion of the internship orientation video and associated worksheet does not constitute registration in the internship course (HPS 493A/B). Students who submit the associated worksheet will be added to a Desire2Learn (D2L) course which will provide them access to the required documents and additional resources. Students also use this D2L site to submit course enrollment paperwork.   Internship Eligibility In order to be eligible to enroll in your required internship: • You must have already applied and been accepted to the professional Public Health major • You must have completed HPS/CPH 350 In order to be eligible to enroll in the elective internship units: • You must have HPS/CPH 178, HPS/CPH 200 and six other public health units completed    
University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona 85721
May 31, 2018
Scholarship - General
DEADLINE : August 1,2018 AMOUNT : $5,000   Science - Geosciences Description The Tiger Scholarship Endowment in the Department of Geosciences was established through generous contributions from Ken and Karen Evans. The scholarship is intended to help recruit the very best and brightest Geosciences students to the University of Arizona College of Science. The Tiger Scholarship Endowment Fund is a merit based award and is named after the long-time mascot of ExxonMobil Corporation, the company where Ken Evans worked for over 36 years.   Eligibility   Tiger scholarship applicants are eligible only if they meet all the following criteria: The Tiger Scholarship Endowment Fund is intended to be combined with any other merit-based award the recipient is eligible to receive (National Merit, etc.) Applicant must be a U.S. citizen. Applicant must be accepted to the University of Arizona as an undergraduate student who is eligible for the highest merit-based scholarship awards at the University of Arizona. Applicants entering as freshmen are eligible for the Tiger Scholarship ONLY if they attend a high school that ranks its graduating class and applicant must have graduated in the top 1% of his/her high school. High school class size must exceed 100 students. Applicants are expected to provide evidence of meeting these criteria. If an entering freshman candidate is not found, the award may be offered to a student transferring into Geosciences from another university or department in his/her first four semesters at the University of Arizona. Applicants must have demonstrated leadership qualities in the school and the community—athletics, clubs, extra-curricular activities, charitable organizations, volunteering, etc. Applicants will provide evidence of this criterion. Applicants must be eligible for the University of Arizona Honors College and meet all Honors College criteria. In addition, applicants must enroll in a bachelor’s degree program in the Department of Geosciences in the College of Science. Applicants must have demonstrated personal financial responsibility for their education though summer jobs, part-time work, etc. Applicants will provide evidence of this criterion. Applicant must provide a personal statement of his/her goals and objectives for studying geosciences at the University of Arizona.   How to Apply Newly admitted and current UA students can apply to available scholarships they are matched to by logging in with their UA Net ID and Password and completing their profile. More information can be found under our  FAQs .
University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona 85721
May 31, 2018
Scholarship - General
DEADLINE: June 18,2018        AMOUNT : $1,000 Description Graduating high school seniors who demonstrate extremely high academic achievement who will enroll in the University of Arizona for the 2018-2019 academic year and will be a full-time major in a College of Science undergraduate degree program.  Eligibility   Graduating HS Senior College of Science major Full-time  Invited to apply by the College of Science   How to Apply Newly admitted and current UA students can apply to available scholarships they are matched to by logging in with their UA Net ID and Password and completing their profile. More information can be found under our  FAQs .