I am a researcher working on issues of climate, water, hazards, and natural resources management. Wrapping up my Ph.D. at the University of Arizona in Tucson, I am majoring in Geography and minoring in Global Change. My mentor and advisor is Connie Woodhouse. My research appointment is with the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research.
I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at The University of Arizona. I am advised by Judith Bronstein. My research investigates the thermal ecology of mutualism an interaction among species from which all benefit.
I am an architect interested in sustainable communities and new urbanism, majoring in Arid Lands Resource Sciences minoring in Global Change. The interdisciplinarity of both programs has led her to focus her research primarily on the use of renewable energy as a way to mitigate climate change and improve livelihood conditions in Mexican arid regions.
I am a Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies major (formerly called Teaching & Teacher Education) in the College of Education investigating environmental knowledge, attitudes and actions of the UA teacher preparation program students in order to bring environmental learning more fully into the program.
Glenn Schrader’s research interests have focused on a broad range of areas in fundamental and applied materials science, with particular interest in catalysis. Most recently, he has studied the impact of complex catalytic processes on environmental sustainability. He has held visiting faculty appointments at the University of Queensland and the University of Sydney in Australia, and the Norwegian Institute of Technology and the University of Trondheim in Norway. While at Iowa State University he also held the position of senior chemical engineer within the U.S.
Christopher Scott is an associate research professor of water resources policy at the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, with a joint appointment as associate professor of geography and development. His work focuses on the policy dimensions of global change with particular emphasis on river basin management, including surface- and groundwater, urban wastewater reuse, and land use and urbanization impacts on water resources and quality.