Faculty, staff, community leaders, do you have an engagement experience for students to get involved with?
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
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 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 (firstname.lastname@example.org ) to express interest.
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1. Zero Waste Football Game on October 12th. Volunteers needed to help teach public the practices of recycling. The stadium will be divided into 14 zones, with one or two "zone captains" that will direct the volunteers and student employees assigned to a given zone that we each commit. Student volunteers can expect to be in action for the duration of the game!
2. San Xavier Co-Op Farm cleanup on October 5th ( in the... Read More
For great students who would like to start a graduate program in January 2020!
SMALL MAMMAL CONSERVATION ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
Dr. Jennifer Frey is seeking two highly motivated Master’s or PhD students to join her lab in the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM. The successful applications will assist with exciting applied... Read More
A Graduate Scholarship in Arid Lands Studies was established in 1985 by the faculty of the Office of Arid Lands Studies, University of Arizona, in honor of Dr. William G. McGinnies, our founder. The intent of the McGinnies Graduate Scholarship is to provide additional support to graduate students whose dissertation research concerns physical and biological processes in the world's arid and semiarid lands. The annual... Read More
Howdy folks! The UA GALS program (https://gals.arizona.edu/) a fairly new program, supported by SNRE that takes girls from underserved high schools out into the wilderness for a week of backpacking to develop science and leadership skills. The program is free and to enhance connectivity throughout the year, the participants are enrolled in an... Read More
Visit this link for a full list of scholarhsip offered through USWFS: https://www.fws.gov/partnerships/august-list-of-scholarships-and-other-opportunities.html?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery!
The Service offers over 400 paid internships per year to students 18 and older interested in stewardship of the environment and wildlife conservation. In addition to getting paid, interns gain awareness, knowledge and experience working with the Service, mostly on wildlife refuges across the county, as part of the largest conservation system in the world. Interested students can see and apply for... Read More