IE is offering grants for developing innovative new programs and activities that show strong promise for bringing larger interdisciplinary, multi-investigator grants and/or major gifts to campus. Application deadline is November 16, 2015.
Barbara MorehouseGrad Blitz 2015
Nov. 3, 2015, 2:30-6:30pm in ENR2 S107
Abstracts due Sept. 22!
The Blitz is designed to bring together graduate students working on environment-related research and arts to showcase their research findings and creative works. The event provides a special opportunity for students to share their work with students, faculty, university administrators, and others. The Blitz provides a unique milieu for discovering opportunities for collaboration, sharing ideas and insights, and making acquaintances that may live long beyond the careers of the individual participants. Participants must be in a graduate degree or certificate program.Majority of Arizonans Concerned about Global Warming, Poll Shows
Findings from a survey of 803 adult Arizona residents provide valuable insight into Arizonans’ views on climate change. Overall, Arizonans are interested and engaged in the issue of climate change, and their views on global warming are generally in step with the rest of the nation.Dedication of Environment and Natural Resources 2 Building
The UA is celebrating the completion of the spectacular Environment and Natural Resources 2 building, home to the Institute of the Environment, the School of Geography and Development, the School of Natural Resources and the Environment, and part of the Department of Mathematics. A dedication will be held Sept. 10 from 4:30 to 6:30 pm at the building, just west of the Sixth Street Garage and will include brief remarks by President Ann Weaver Hart, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Andrew C. Comrie, and Senior Vice President for Research Kimberly Andrews Espy.Photo Credit:
GLN/Richard & BauerInforming choices, advancing solutions
Harnessing the collaborative and interdisciplinary expertise at the University of Arizona and among our many partners, the Institute of the Environment links cutting-edge knowledge and know-how with real-world issues to help all societies better understand Earth's natural systems and chart the best course for a more vibrant, sustainable world.Photo Credit: