Kelly Mott Lacroix, recent ALRS graduate with WRRC Senior Research Analyst Christopher Jones, Gila County Cooperative Extention Agent were awarded The Freeport -McMoRan Foundation a $26,000 grant.
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Omar Youssef's Talk Ranked as One of Four "Fresh Ideas by Young Professionals at the 88th Annual Conference & Exhibition of the Arizona Water Association
Omar Youssef, 2nd year ALRS Ph.D. student, who has been active in disseminating information about his water and algae research, was one of the student present at the recent conference of the Arizona section of the American Water Works Association. The conference was held at the Renaissance Glendale Hotel, Glendale, AZ, May 6 -8, 2015.
Below is a summary of Omar's talk:
Yulia Peralta Lugo is selected to attend the 2015 Science Outside the Lab: Science Diplomacy & Leadership Program
The program is organized by the Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes at Arizona State University’s Washington DC Center from June 21 to 30, 2015. The program is an intense summer institute dedicated to empowering the next generation of leaders in science, technology and engineering in the Americas.
Chirs Scott, Professor and Distinguished Scholar, Udall Center and UA Geography Department, recently announced that America was awarded the "Becas-CONACyT al Extranero program. This comes on top of three years of full funding from Fulbirhgt that America is completing.
Below is some information of this award:
Stuart E. Marsh, former ALRS Program Chair and now Director of the School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE) excitedly informed us that Stefanie Herrman,SNRE Associate Research Scientist and ALRS 2006 graduate, along with ALRS graduate student Ibrahima Sall’s paper has received the Best Paper of Ecology and Society Award of 2014 (the selection is a result of the votes from the editorial board of the journal).
Dean Andrew Carnie, Faculty Director of the Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs (GIDP) Administration Office recenlty nominated Sandra Bernal, ALRS Ph.D. student, for the UA Foundation 2015 Outstanding GIDP Graduate Teaching Assistant Award for meritorious performance.
Sandra has been working as a GTA for Dr. David H. Soren, Professor of Anthropology for the past 3 semesters. Dr. Soren has consistently lauded her performance.
In recognition of this exceptional performance she will receive:
Omar Youssef, first year ALRS students has been actively promoting his research. He has participated in in several poster sessions and now he has talks and poster presentations in the next 3 months:
1. AzSEC - Arizona Student Energy Conference Fourth Annual Student Conference on Renewable Energy Science, Technology, and Policy - Titled "Bio-Adaptive Algae Facade for the EIB," Omar has an abstract and poster presentation on April 20th & 21st, 2015 at the Marriott on Campus.
Ryan H. Lee, Arid Lands Resource Sciences Ph.D. candidate is also the UA LEAF* graduate coordinator, who led members in harvesting olives from historic campus trees and have them pressed into olive oil at the Queen Creek Olive Mill in Queen Creek, Arizona.
Other LEAF efforts have focused on fruit harvests in conjunction with the Iskashitaa Refugee Network. Iskashitaa’s Director & Founder is Barbara Eiswerth, ALRS alumna and adjunct professor with Arid Lands Resources Sciences, as well as a coordinator for UA LEAF.
On Thursday, October 9, 2014-6:00-7:30 PM, America Lutz Ley is the featured speaker at this event.
The Science Café series at Borderlands Brewing, in downtown Tucson features Carson Scholars, graduate students who are selected by the UA Institute of the Environment. Their research focuses on environmentally related science and solutions.
Garri Dryden, ALRS Ph.D. Graduate -Guest Speaker at Guadalupe County Native Plant Society Monthly Meeting.
Dr. Dryden graduated from the ALRS Ph.D. program in 2003. The title of her thesis is: "Optimum Gravel Size for Use as a Soil surfac Cover for the Prevention of Soil Erosion by Water."
The Guadalupe County Chapter holds monthly meetings with guest speakers on native plants and habitats, and the birds, bugs and butterflies that need them. And last September 9, 2014, Dr. Dryden was the guest speaker at the meeting held at St. John Lutheran Church, FM 465, Marion,Texas. Read more.