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SNRE Professor Don Falk featured in Border Beat article, "Professor studies ecosystem for future wildfires"
Read the full article featuring SNRE Professor Don Falk's work at: http://borderbeat.net/news/1680-wildfires
SNRE Student Denise Garcia – Founder of the Grupo Folklorico Miztontli featured in the Daily Wildcat.
Nate Pierce (PhD student, Archer lab) received a Science Foundation Arizona Graduate Research Fellow award for the 2011-12 academic year. As part of his award, Nate will collaborate with educational professionals in the development of activities aimed at incorporating science and technology (specifically natural resources ecology and management) into K-12 classes.
Saturday, 29 October 2011, 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM
University of Arizona Marley Auditorium (Room 230), Tucson, Arizona
UA Awarded $2.95M to Study Monsoon Ecology: Read the full article from UA News
"Funding for the grant, called Processes and Patterns in the North American Monsoon Macrosystem, is for five years and comes with $2.95 million to the UA, $402,000 to New Mexico State University and $281,000 to Utah State University.
Southwest Fire Science Consortium Webinar
Title: Fuels Treatment Practices for Mixed Conifer Forests in the Southwest
05/18/2011 - 11:00am
Lisa Haynes, Coordinator of the UA Wild Cat Center (www.uawildcatresearch.org) would like to invite you to a slide show and exhibit of photography of the world's wild cats showcasing stunning wild cat photographs taken by Fred Hood (www.FelidFoto.com) and Jim Sanderson (www.smallcats.org).
Lisa Haynes, Coordinator of the UA Wild Cat Center would like to invite you to a beautiful exhibit of photography of the world's wild cats, combined with upcoming fundraising events for the UA Wild Cat Center. They will be showcasing stunning wild cat photographs taken by Fred Hood (www.FelidFoto.com) and Jim Sanderson (www.smallcats.org).