Providing more informal outdoor science activities and reaching out to parents could help reverse historically low numbers of Hispanic students majoring in geosciences, University of Arizona researchers say.
The UA’s Institute of the Environment, College of Science and College of Social and Behavioral Sciences in partnership with the Western National Parks Association are co-hosting a panel discussion and Q-and-A session, "Revisiting Leopold,"on Jan.
A three-minute cartoon video made by two UA graduate students is one of 10 finalists in the Ocean 180 Video Challenge, an outreach campaign designed to inspire scientists to communicate the meaning and significance of scientific research to a broader...
Can stress make you sick? Can belief help healing? Do the place and space around you affect your emotions and health? Dr. Sternberg will answer these questions and will address how the science of the mind-body connection explains these phenomena.
2014 marks the centennial of the death of Martha, the last passenger pigeon on Earth. The extinction of her species--once the most abundant land bird on the planet--offers more than the usual lessons we draw from such losses.