Eight multidisciplinary graduate students will participate as UA SRP Training Core Fellows in 2015-2016.
UA SRP staff and trainees engaged elementary, middle, and high school students on topics related to mining.
Drs. Walt Klimecki and Clark Lantz serve the Society of Toxicology Metals Specialty Section as President and Vice President, respectively.
UA SRP Training Core Fellow John Hottenstein received a Pistor-Stanley Scholarship for the 2015-2016 school year.
In 2015, Denise Moreno Ramírez served on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Technical Advisory Committee to develop a new research agenda to support a “Culture of Health.”
Linnea Honeker attended the 2015 Conference of the International Phytotechnology Society as a “PhytoScholar.”
Sarah Wilkinson participated in two group presentations highlighting research translation and community engagement collaborations at the 2015 US EPA’s Community Involvement Training Conference.
UA SRP investigator and Extension Water Quality Specialist Janick Artiola educated private well owners in Yavapai County on issues of testing and treatment of drinking water from private wells.