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Come listen and engage! Support our students as they discuss their internships and jobs in the summer and fall of 2019.
The presentations will be in Marley 230 (lecture hall).
Our faculty and extension specialist Dr. Karletta Chief works with students to tackle food, energy and water challenges among indigenous communities while letting traditional values guide their work. The project – called Indigenous Food, Energy and Water Security and Sovereignty, or Indige-FEWSS – combines research internships, teaching and cultural immersion.
Our faculty and extension specialist Dr. Channah Rock investigates environmental factors that could affect leafy greens and other produce in Yuma for a multi-year study with the U.S. Food and Drug Adminstration, Yuma growers, the Arizona Department of Agriculture and local irrigation districts.
Watch a sneak peek of the six-video series, created in partnership with CALS Landmark Stories, exploring the people behind the science at the University of Arizona as you’ve never seen before.