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.
Graduating Environmental & Sustainability Studies major Chandler Emerald McCormick has been awarded the prestigious President’s Prize as well as the Gold Axe award. Many congrats on your success Emerald, and thanks for all your excellent work engaging students at the NAU Office of Sustainability!
Additional congrats to Julia Hernandez, who was selected to be the Standard Bearer for the College of the Environment, Forestry & Natural Sciences Commencement Ceremony this Fall! Julia is graduating from NAU’s intensive Interdisciplinary Global Programs with a… Read more
Every year, a few carefully selected NAU undergraduates embark on a year of NAU-funded independent research projects, thanks to the Hooper Undergraduate Research Award. This year, a full 10 of these students are from the School of Earth & Sustainability! We’re looking forward to your discoveries Morgan Andrews, Leah Brennan, William Carter, Jenna Chaffeur, Ray Eckland, Lauren Mason-Sarantopulos, Jill Miller,… Read more
Seniors Joe Sweet and Sarah Emily Grams recently wrapped up their year of research as NAU/NASA Space Grant Undergraduate Research Internship Program, and are featured in the student spotlight of NAU News today. Joe worked on remote sensing of aquatic habitats in Arizona with Rebecca Best and Dan Buscombe, while Sarah worked on carbon storage in grazed and ungrazed grasslands with Nancy Johnson and Megan Deane. Both presented at the NAU UGRADS research symposium and at the Read more
Undergraduate and graduate students in the School organized the 1st Annual Student Water Symposium at NAU this April, with support from faculty member Denielle Perry. Students also presented their work in the symposium, showcasing a wide range of water-related research, including work on climate change, conservation and restoration, and meteorology. The event also featured a strong public outreach component, with public panels and discussions highlighted in NAU News. Also catch Dr. Denielle Perry along with grad students… Read more
Students in the Climate Science & Solutions Master’s program are helping to shape Flagstaff’s climate policy. From the article in Green NAU: “partnering with the CSS students was a tremendous help especially at the very beginning stages of defining a path towards a [Flagstaff’s First Climate Action and Adaptation Plan].”