Check out this great coverage of Cecily Combs’ undergraduate research! As a Geology major, Cecily worked with ecohydrologist Abe Springer to track the flow of monsoonal rains across forest restoration projects and in and out of our region’s springs. Learn more at NAU’s coverage of undergraduate research.
This year marked our first fully online School of Earth & Sustainability Annual Graduate Research Symposium!
Congratulations to winners of the 3MRP Video Prize – 1st place: Claire Pringle, 2nd place: Stephanie Arcusa, 3rd place: Kaitlin Haase
and Congratulations to winners of the first year Poster Prize – Eva Baransky (Earth Sciences & Environmental Sustainability PhD student),… Read more
Despite all the novel challenges of online teaching and learning at the end of this Spring semester, it has been a remarkable year! Our faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students were honored at the national and university level this year for both academic achievements and contributions to building a more sustainable campus community. Congrats to all of you and thank you for all you do!
School of Earth & Sustainability Awards for the 2019-2020 Academic Year
Sustainable Leadership… Read more
Environmental Sciences student Sierra Cottle has been selected as the Distinguished Senior for the College of the Environment, Forestry, and Natural Sciences! Sierra will graduate this semester with outstanding achievements in academics AND community involvement (including Fair Trade NAU, the Citizens’ Climate Lobby, the Environmental Defense Fund, and the Student Water Symposium). Read about all the awards for graduating NAU students at NAU News.
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