Investigators from the University of Arizona Superfund Research Project (UA SRP) and the Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center (SWEHSC) are partnering with an Arizona Tribe to develop an Air Quality and Asthma Project.
Consists of outreach events to engage tribal communities in Arizona through hands on methods, as well as solutions and approaches of how to address the impact of environmental issues on human health.
Addressing local environmental concerns of local concern with the CEC to improve people’s ability to make their own decisions, and those on behalf of friends and family, highlighted in the NIEHS Environmental Factor, July 2017.
Pima County announces that ten high school students participated in science career activities. The students were from Sunnyside High School, Pueblo High School, Tucson Magnet High School and Sahuarita High School. They gave presentations on their research experiences in labs across the University of Arizona campus July 14 as part of a “Steps 2 STEM” program. For more information about the S2S visit the News page.