CBS news recently profiled SES PhD student Chris Parish, who leads California Condor conservation efforts for The Peregrine Fund. While a graduate student, Chris established a non-profit organization working with hunters to voluntarily reduce the use of lead ammunition, a major source of morbidity in condors that affects wildlife everywhere. Check out the news broadcast here!
Environmental Sciences student Mariah Letowt shares her research on the language of birds
This week’s edition of NAU News has a great feature on Mariah Letowt’s outstanding research accomplishments as an undergrad at NAU – from multiple projects on birds and mice to a Gold Axe award! Next up – Mariah is off to work with eagles in Haines, Alaska. All the best with your future research!
SES PhD student leads paleoclimate study of precipitation and sea ice in Arctic Alaska
It’s all about water
NAU’s 4th Annual Student Water Symposium is now accepting abstracts for this year’s virtual event to be held April 15-16.
Geology alum shows the importance of groundwater to the Colorado River
SES alum Riley Swanson and Dr. Abe Springer have a new paper out in Hydrogeology Journal showing that the Colorado River gets an important part of its flow from groundwater that flows into the river from springs in the Grand Canyon region. Read more at NAU News.
Congrats Stéphanie Arcusa – NAU Grad Student of the Month!
It’s no surprise to us, but great to see Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability PhD student Stéphanie Arcusa recognized as NAU’s Graduate Student of the Month! Stéphanie is an NAU Presidential Fellow, is doing great research on the links between drought, dust, and environmental health, and is also active in student government and NAU sustainability initiatives. Learn more about everything she is up to in her recent Grad College… Read more