The Thomas R. Brown Foundation awarded multiple scholarships to those recently accepted to the McGuire Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Arizona.Read More
Students with an interest in undergraduate teaching, and especially in teaching first courses in the principles of economics, are eligible to become Thomas R. Brown Teaching Fellows.Read More
Thomas R. Brown Scholarships are awarded to National Scholar incoming freshmen who display excellence in academic and extracurricular endeavors.Read More
Arizona Assurance (AZA) is a program that was created to increase the number of low-income, Arizona residents attending and graduating from the University of Arizona. AZA provides both financial aid and support services; both work together to retain and graduate students. This is achieved through first-year transition programming, mentoring, leadership building, career development, graduate/professional school preparation, and preparing for life after college.
The entrepreneurship program in the UA Eller College of Management is long on multidisciplinary collaboration, and the diversity enhances the career readiness of participants.Read More
Appreciation for a man who has been described as an Edisonian engineer, a one-man whirlwind, homegrown entrepreneur, and the quintessential industry partner, was universally apparent on the faces of alumni and friends of the University at the recent dedication of the Thomas R. Brown Conference Room.Read More
Launched in 2008, Arizona Assurance has demonstrated positive trends. The about 1,500 students in their first and second years in the Arizona Assurance Scholars program are outpacing their classmates academically and in persistence rate.Read More