Building a transformative experience for education in the environment.
As a world-class research institution, the University of Arizona is a leader in environmental research, discovery and action across colleges and disciplines. The Arizona Institute for Resilient Environments and Societies (AIRES) serves as a catalyst to bring together UArizona Environment, removing barriers and supporting research, partnerships, and involvement across campus.
As a University of Arizona student, there are many ways you can get involved in environment. Whether it be a few courses and volunteering or your major and summer internship experiences, the AIRES Green Guides for Engagement, Courses, Scholarships and Majors can be used as a tool to support you in reaching your goals in. Start exploring now!
Majors, Minors & Specialties
There are many majors, minors, certificate programs and green concentration programs at the University of Arizona that focus on the environment. From hard sciences to social sciences, architecture to health and more! Find the perfect environmental fit for you by browsing the majors and specialties listings here.
Engagement takes you beyond the classroom so you can apply your knowledge in a real-world setting. Browse our updated postings that share internships, volunteering opportunities, student jobs, summer jobs from both inside the University and around the globe.
Get involved outside the classroom and get paid! Enhance your environmental storytelling skills in the Diana Liverman Scholars Program, participate in a guided internship experience with Earth Grant, or level up your graduate research with the Carson Scholars Program. These opportunities and more are available through AIRES Educational Initiatives.
Clubs & Organizations
Gain important leadership skills and join others with environmental passions similar to yours by getting involved with a student club or organization! From university-founded clubs to national organizations, connect group making an effort to better our environment and change our world!