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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

We have two winners for summer. Arielle Tran and Steven Le nominated Hiromi Fukuzaki. Arielle wrote that Hiromi is the vice president of the Biochemistry club, and she has been an indispensable member of the club since the beginning of her undergraduate career. She always strives to work hard in her endeavors and continuously exceeds the expectations of an officer. Recently, Hiromi was the lead coordinator for BlastOff!, a summer science camp for underserved middle school students in the Tucson community.