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Fall 2020 Updates
Latest updates from the Office of the Registrar on schedule of classes, class formats and more.
JoRee LaFrance, doctoral candidate in environmental science, is one of 12 women chosen for the inaugural class of the Aspen Institute’s fellowship focused on connecting and supporting visionary women leaders on a global scale.
Voices Unheard, led by doctoral student Denise Moreno Ramirez, records and documents the community history of contamination at two Arizona Superfund sites, Tucson International Airport and Iron-King Mine-Humboldt Smelter.
A team of researchers, including faculty J. Ray Runyon, are developing new methods to collect and analyze sweat. These scientists want to better understand how molecular biomarkers in sweat could could provide biological clues to better under cholesterol levels, disease risk and general patient health.
No matter your dream job, it takes dedication and perseverance. Jordan Camp (BS Environmental Science ‘20) knows this with his camera in one hand and a soon-to-be diploma in the other. With a love of environmental education and photography, Camp sees his environmental science major as a stepping stone to his aspiring career at the National Park Service.
Master’s student Alma Anides Morales and doctoral candidate Richelle Lynn Thomas have been selected for a new and prestigious professional development program in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
What do bakeapples in Canada have to do with environmental policy? A lot, if you ask alumna Darya Anderson (BS Environmental Science ‘16) .
Research opens doors for growth and innovation, even at field stations over 100 years old. Ella Kaufman (BS Environmental Science '22) can attest to this with her internship on rangeland management at the Santa Rita Experimental Range just south of Tucson.
Alumna Catherine “Catie” Gullo (BS Environmental Science ‘15) works at the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ), using skills she learned during her major to improve and protect both the environment and public health in our state.
Julie Neilson, associate research professor, leads the Center for Environmentally Sustainable Mining, focused on working collaborating with mining companies to reduce copper mine waste and change the way companies think about their operations and best practices.
Watch the story that examines how one co-created citizen science project wants to better inform communities about environmental health. This video is part of a series showing the people behind the science in our department.