It’s easy to see how Dante Lauretta’s undergraduate degrees in physics and theoretical math are foundational in his career as a planetary scientist. But Lauretta gives just as much credit to his third major, Japanese, describing his study of language and culture as a challenge that helped him focus his curiosity on fundamental questions of existence and his drive to create knowledge for the human race.
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The University of Arizona College of Humanities has launched a monthly series to connect alumni with current students in a virtual conversation about how a humanities education translates into career-ready skills.  
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The Critical Languages Program is expanding into community classes, creating a non-credit opportunity to study less commonly taught languages.  
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As Athens rose to become the intellectual and cultural center of Ancient Greece in the fifth century BC, communities of artists within the city began transforming established traditions with ground-breaking innovations.   
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As a nursing major, Maryan Hassan knows her career path lies in health care.  
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The Writing Skills Improvement Program will offer a regular series of 50-minute workshops weekly throughout the semester, including two new workshops specifically addressing online classes.  
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As a French major, new Student Body President Tara Singleton says the skills and perspectives from her Humanities courses are crucial to her leadership role, as well as her career goal to work in human rights law.  
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Nichole Guard, Senior Program Coordinator in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, has been honored as one of nine recipients for this year’s University of Arizona Individual Awards for Excellence.  
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The College of Humanities is pleased to welcome new faculty for the upcoming academic year.
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Denis M. Provencher, Professor and Head of the Department of French and Italian, will join the University of Arizona’s 2020-2021 Inclusive Leadership Cohort Certificate program.  
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Richard P. Kinkade, a prolific and award-winning Spanish medievalist scholar who served as the first Dean of Humanities and a revered mentor and professor during 42 years at the University of Arizona, has died. He was 81. Malcolm Compitello, who was...
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Karina M. Rodríguez, Recruitment Coordinator for the College of Humanities, has been selected to join the University of Arizona’s third cohort of HSI Fellows.  
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Five graduate students in the College of Humanities will receive grants and tuition funding from the University of Arizona’s National Center for Interpretation.  
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Congratulations to the College of Humanities’ Outstanding Senior for Spring 2020, Grace Faerber!