Please join us for a special seminar discussion with Paloma Medina, Ph.D., a computational biologist and award-winning science communicator. Paloma will be giving their talk, “Looking for Marla: At the Intersection of Sex Chromosome Evolution, Culture, and Gender” on Monday, April 3rd at 3 PM in Geology Rm 223. This talk will follow Paloma’s experience researching and self-publishing Looking for… Read more
50 NAU delegates participate in the National Diversity in STEM (SACNAS) conference in Puerto Rico
Undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, and NAU President Cruz Rivera closed out this year’s SACNAS conference – an excellent opportunity for students to experience true diversity and inclusion as they consider next steps in their careers! The delegation… Read more
NAU’s environmental science and climate degrees in the top 20 “Degrees of the Future”
Our Environmental Science and Climate Change degrees are ranked in the top 20 nationally in GIZMODO’s “Degrees of the Future 2022.”
Check out our Undergraduate degrees in Environmental Sciences (you can choose a Climate Science emphasis!), or our Graduate degrees in Climate Science and Solutions, Environmental Sciences and Policy, or Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability.
Springs as sentinels of climate change
SES Geology Masters students Sarah Zurkee and Katelyn LaPine are using springs as indicators of climate change and sustainability. Read about their research at the AZ Mirror, or follow them and their advisor Dr. Abe Springer out to the field in this Cronkite News video!
SES PhD student Valeria Cortés Rivas wins the Montgomery Prize
At the School of Earth and Sustainability’s Annual Graduate Research Symposium on April 23, PhD student Valeria Cortés Rivas took home the grand prize for effective communication about excellent earth science! Valeria uses seismic data to understand what happens when two plates of the Earth’s crust interact… Read more
SES ecologists studying plant recovery in the Museum fire scar
SES Assistant Professor Rachel Mitchell and her PhD student Ethan Taber gave a great interview this morning on KNAU about their work studying ecosystem recovery from wildfire. You can listen here!