Faculty, staff, community leaders, do you have an engagement experience for students to get involved with?
The Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS) program is currently accepting applications for the 2020 Environment & Society Graduate Fellows Program. This fellowship supports currently enrolled University of Arizona graduate students from any degree-granting program whose work is focused on the nexus of environmental research and decision making.... Read More
Encouraging students who have invested their future in the environment, EPAZ will award up to $8,000 in scholarships to students in graduate and undergraduate environmental programs in Arizona.
To qualify, you must:
- Be an undergraduate or graduate student in an Arizona environmental program.
- Be pursuing a career in the environmental field.
- Have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and making satisfactory... Read More
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You can also visit this website: https://epaz.memberclicks.net/student-poster-competition
You are cordially invited to help address environmental justice issues around green infrastructure in the south side of Tucson. Let’s plant some trees!
WHEN: Saturday, November 16
TIME: Anytime from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
WHERE: Star Academic High School located at 5093 S Liberty Ave. Tucson, AZ
RSVP with Mariana Rivera-Torres at ... Read More
TRAINING OCT 7, 2019
Hello! My name is Diana Zamora-Reyes and I am one of the lead rapporteurs for the Science, Health and Engineering Policy and Diplomacy 2019 Conference along with Neha Gupta. This conference will be held from October 23th-25th at the University Park Marriott Hotel. We would like to invite students to the conference for... Read More
NPLD event will take place at the Empire Ranch Headquarters on Saturday, October 12th from 8:00 am - noon. This is the description of this event:
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Empire Ranch Foundation (ERF) are hosting three volunteer projects along the Heritage Discovery Trail on the grounds of the Empire Ranch Headquarters on October 12, 2019. Staff from the Tucson Field Office and volunteers from the... Read More
The 6th Tri-National Sonoran Symposium is being held March 9-12, 2020 in Ajo, AZ, a small town about 2.5 hr west of Tucson. This is a great opportunity to share research on the Sonoran Desert's natural and cultural resources, environmental challenges, and the interactions with peoples from prehistoric to modern times. Organizers have made the first call for abstracts, due November 30th.
"Flourish HERE" is a half-day unconference exploring the roles and opportunities for STEM-oriented women and allies to engage in the Tucson innovation ecosystem. From inventorship to mentorship and from teaming to funding, we will explore, connect and support one another to advance the impact of the incredible people and inventions of the University of Arizona.
Who should attend?
- Post docs
- Graduate... Read More
The University of Arizona’s Water Resources Research Center invites proposals from students for research grants that address water-related issues of importance to the Arizona and the Southwest. Grant funds are provided by the Water Resources Research Act, Section 104(b) program through the U.S. Geological Survey. The program provides support for research projects that explore new ideas to address water problems in Arizona and expand... Read More
The Joint Fire Science Program has announced several funding opportunities for FY2020, including the popular Graduate Research Innovation Program (GRIN) to support graduate students engaged in fire-related research. See the link below for details.
Further, if you wish to gain experience propagating plants, volunteer for the plant sale now or earn internship credit (for Spring 2020), please contact Parker Filer, Pima co. Horticulture Extension Agent (email@example.com ) to express interest.
If you would like to consider... Read More