When Art and Science Flow Together
Now in its fourth year, the University of Arizona’s Arts, Environment & Humanities Network attracts individuals from across the University and community who share two key things: a concern for the environment and a creative approach to understanding the world.
In Tribal Communities, Climate Resilience Begins with Choice
For Carson-Haury Fellow Tommy Jones, developing renewable energy on Native lands is more than an abstract goal. It’s fundamental to changing the lives of some 15 percent of Native Americans who live without access to basic utilities such as water and electricity—and it’s deeply personal.
From Tucson to Paris for Global Well-being
Last winter, University of Arizona faculty, researchers, and students joined delegates from around the world at a high-stakes climate change conference in Paris. As countries worked to make meaningful reductions in worldwide carbon emissions, the UA delegation shared expertise, research, and hope.
Micrographs and Mini LEO: Engaging Kids in Science through Art
Nearly 170 students from four Tucson schools participated in a program that combines science and art. The results are beautiful.