Geology student Mia Pique is back from her year abroad in Argentina, where she studied both volcanoes and Spanish as part of her Interdisciplinary Global Program (IGP) double major. Read all about Mia’s adventures in NAU News this week. Congrats on a great journey Mia!
Recent graduate Morgan Andrews (Environmental Sciences 2019) won the award for best poster in the applied research category at the annual national meeting for Freshwater Science in Salt Lake City, Utah, in May. Andrews started researching aquatic ecosystems in her junior year, and was supported by a Hooper Undergraduate Research Award working with Dr. Rebecca Best. She is now… Read more
This year saw honors rain down all over the School, from national and NAU awards to faculty, to NAU, College, and School awards to our graduate and undergraduate students. Congrats to all of you and here’s to the year ahead!
School of Earth & Sustainability Awards for the 2018-2019 Academic Year
Award for Faculty Excellence in Global Learning – Michael Ort (link)
College of the Environment, Forestry, and Natural Sciences… Read more
Organized by SES faculty and students and spanning diverse disciplines related to water, the Student Water Symposium is back April 18-19. Check out the website for full details on posters, talks, and keynote presentations!
This spring’s graduating students from the School of Earth & Sustainability are outstanding! Geology major Jenna Chaffeur was selected as the Distinguished Senior from the College of the Environment, Forestry, and Natural Sciences, and Environmental & Sustainability Studies seniors Sarah Lydford, Molly Carney, and Sarah Emily Grams were honored with Gold Axe awards. Amazing job grads – we wish you well! More details at NAU News.
Along with SES professor Denielle Perry, students from a range of classes are learning about traditional ecological knowledge and sustainable approaches to community agriculture by building and running their own greenhouse. See more at NAZ Today.