The University of Arizona's 22nd president started his first day on the job by meeting more students, staff and faculty, which has been his focus for the past few weeks.
Robert C. Robbins introduces himself as "Bobby" and said he is making it a priority to meet students. On his second day, he joined Vanessa Barchfield for an interview about his goals and how the community should measure his work.
Robbins said he wants to continue to expand on the things that already make the University strong: the quality of the education and students, faculty and staff; the research output; partnerships with the community; and national sports championships.
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Robbins explains his plans for creating more student scholarships, and his timeline for naming a new vice president of health sciences.
Tucson City Council elections are this year for Wards 3, 5 and 6. Find out who's running in the August primary and November general elections.
Tucson's first Mormon Temple opens for public tours Saturday, June 3. Reservations are required. We'll take you on a sneak peak inside.
Online extra: Working on a construction project of religious significance is different from working on other projects, such as housing, said Ryan Ball, the construction superintendent at the Tucson Mormon Temple. Hear from him about the differences: