Safe & Sustainable Spooky Season
Get your friends together on your UArizona Zoom account this weekend for a night unlike any other, by hosting a virtual Murder Mystery “party.” These virtual gatherings allow you and your friends to solve the "who-dunnit" mystery and can involve as many people as you want with, with as much creativity as you want.
Here at the University of Arizona, times are still very uncertain. Right now, it is as important as ever to stay home and help prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, there has never been a better time to focus on making your at-home workspace and study space truly feel like your own.
Carson Scholars Recap Summer Activities and Look Forward to the Fall
Dedicated to training the next generation of environmental researchers and artists in the practice of public communication, the Carson Scholars Program provides a one-year fellowship to select graduate students at the University of Arizona.
Green & Clean
It’s no secret that as students and faculty return to campus, health and safety regarding COVID-19 is a top priority across every department! Here at the Arizona Institute for Resilience, it is important to find a balance between safety, sanitization, and staying environmentally friendly.
UArizona Researchers Collaborate with TEP to Meet Reduction Goals
Electric utilities across the U.S. are setting goals for GHG emissions reduction as part of international agreements, such as the Paris Climate Agreement, and in recognition of the need to address carbon emissions in the energy sector.
Recap of CCASS/SW CASC Ecosystem Resilience Workshop
The Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions (CCASS) and the Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center (SW CASC) recently held a series of virtual workshops on the topic of Ecosystem Resilience, focused on heat stress on biota and what happens after large-scale mortality and climate-related disturbance events.
AIR Celebrates Diana Liverman’s Election to National Academy of Sciences and American Academy of Arts and Sciences
University of Arizona Regents Professor Diana Liverman has been elected to both the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS), two of the highest honors a scientist can receive.