Students: Use the Green Course, Green Degree, and Green Engagement Guides to Jump Start the Year!
IE has streamlined the process by allowing students to explore the unlimited number of opportunities to become involved both on and off campus all in one place. Utilize the green guides to make a difference in sustainability efforts and the environment during your college years and beyond.
When Community Calls
When questions began pouring in after the Gold King Mine spill in Colorado in November 2015, Karletta Chief was there to find answers. A member of the Navajo Nation and UA an extension specialist, Chief was awarded more than $1 million to collect samples from the Animas River, which was flooded with more than three million gallons of toxic waste. Chief and her team will monitor the long-term effects on the Navajo farming families that depend on the river for irrigation.
Connected-Vehicles Visionary Wins Grad Slam
The Institute of the Environment awarded Joshua Scholl and Victoria Ligon $500 each for a split win for Best Environmental Presentation. Also, the Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice awarded $1,000 for Best Environment and Social Justice Presentation to Joe Dupris.