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See snapshots and stories for the field, lab, classroom and beyond to learn about the kind of research and outreach we do in our department.
Doctoral candidate María Touceda-Suárez collaborates with a local living agricultural museum, Mission Garden, to better understand how land use impacts microbial communities.
Postdoctoral researcher Gabriele Schiro and undergraduate researcher Adalee Martinez spent this summer collecting dust and soil samples to better understand microbial biogeography in the Sky Islands of Arizona (as safely as possible following covid-19 precautions).
To complete her honor's thesis, environmental science major Rae Pickens wanted to create a science-art collaboration for the Tucson community. See how and why she created a climate art sculpture.
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.
Aj Moses, a doctoral student with Dr. Mónica Ramírez-Andreotta, wants to be an expert in water issues, from federal and state laws to the microbial make-up of the water in our rain barrels. And with that knowledge, he wants to go into environmental policy to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves.
Iliana Manjón worked at the intersection of environmental analysis, community engagement and human health with Dr. Mónica Ramírez-Andreotta as part of the citizen science project, Gardenroots.
Nikki Tulley grew up on the Navajo Nation, and now a doctoral student in environmental science, is enrolled in the program Indigenous Food, Energy, Water Security and Sovereignty that combines research internships, teaching and cultural immersion.
Watch the story that examines a clue about harmful algal blooms discovered in Tucson's Sweetwater Wetlands by Dr. Jean McLain and her former graduate student Robert Lynch. This video is part of a series showing the people behind the science in our department.