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SRP Researchers Receive Funding for Community Work on Gold King Mine Spill

Dr. Karletta Chief works with students and community groups to educate and empower Native American communities.

Dr. Paloma Beamer shares her knolwedge and experience with UA SRP

Dr. Paloma Beamer was selected for the Public Voices 2015-2016 cohort.

Two years in the making, "Beyond the Mirage" reveals new technologies and challenges old ideas, calling on the expertise of a number of UA researchers. The film's premiere is scheduled for Friday night on PBS 6 in Tucson.

Becca Cammack joins the SRP in the role of Program Coordinator for the Research Translation Core

Dr. Julie Neilson showcases her SRP-driven work in mining reclamation and advances in revegetation technologies in CIM Magazine

Dr. Karletta Chief works with students on a hands-on electrolysis experiment 

All smiles on graduation day with SRP Trainees and Dr. Paloma Beamer

UA professors Karletta Chief and Paloma Beamer have led an investigation of the environmental and social effects of the Gold King Mine toxic spill on the Navajo community.

Perry Charley provides points and leads UA audience through a discussion on the Gold King Mine Spill

Dr. Ramirez-Andreotta to work on border health reform as one of 20 participants selected for 2016 Leaders Across Borders program

Tech Launch Arizona, via its Asset Development Program, puts resources toward preparing unpolished inventions for the commercial world.
The UA is bringing together an interdisciplinary team of researchers to address the multiple challenges of a rapidly evolving "transportation ecosystem."

Dr. Clark Lantz Participates in Panel Providing Expert Testimony at April 22nd Congressional Hearing on the Gold King Mine Spill 

Future Strategies for 2015's Hardrock Mining Reform and Reclamation Act are Highlighted in UA SRP Panel Presentation on Capitol Hill

SRP Director, Dr. Raina Maier and trainee, Juliana Gil-Loaiza represent UA SRP at 2016 CEECHE Conference in Prague.

SRP Environmental Measurements Coordinator and former trainee, Kyle Rine, discusses how dust research at local field sites can contribute to comprehensive dust storm predictions and mitigation strategies.

Dr. Ramirez-Anderotta receives five grants in support of her innovative research and collaborative effors with goverment agencies

Monica Ramirez-Andreotta talks Gardenroots at Biosphere II and fascinates Vail kindergartenders with a liquid nitrogen demo.

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