The fair is hosted by AWC's Sustainability Council, in partnership with both campus and community organizations. There will be a DJ and fashion show, as well as musical and theatrical performances. All ages are welcome to attend.
Created in 2003 by high-school student Jennifer Barlow, International Dark Sky Week has grown to become a worldwide event and a key component of Global Astronomy Month. Each year it is held in April around Earth Day and Astronomy Day. This year celebrations begin Monday, April 4, and run through Sunday, April 10.
Jonathan Overpeck is Co-Director of the Institute of the Environment at the University of Arizona. He is also a Thomas R. Brown Distinguished Professor of Science and Regents’ Professor of Geosciences and Atmospheric Sciences in the College of Science.
Biosphere 2 continues a new series of special Saturday events running through May 2016. Each week, meet new scientists and learn about their innovative work here at the world’s largest living research center.
Climate change and its impacts are no longer merely abstract projections for the future. Instead, they are on-going and growing challenges for both humans and many of the natural systems upon which we depend. Globally, changes in the oceans, ice sheets and atmosphere provide clear fingerprints of the human causes, but also important lessons for society to learn as we seek solutions.
Join ASU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and School of Life Sciences for a short lecture and discussion with expert panelists to gain a better understanding of the Zika virus outbreak and how it might affect you.
This free, family-friendly event will enable all of us to Discover the Science! Tempe has teamed up with the Arizona SciTech Festival for this spectacular endeavor. We will be blending science, technology, engineering, arts, math and much more.