Look Out, Bill Nye! Earyn McGee Rises to Social Media Stardom

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December 03, 2020

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Look Out, Bill Nye! Earyn McGee Rises to Social Media Stardom

Earyn McGee started her university education focused on field research, but then became a science communication sensation on social media. The UArizona graduate student advocates for conservation and inclusivity in the sciences and was recently named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list.

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The University of Arizona Global Campus Officially Opens to About 35,000 Students

Global Campus will focus on ensuring that nontraditional and underrepresented students have access to affordable and high-quality online higher education.

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Statewide Study Builds Knowledge About Health Risks Before, After COVID-19 Infection

The Arizona CoVHORT study will answer questions about risk factors for severe COVID-19 infection and how the virus impacts long-term health.

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UArizona Expert on Climate Science and Policy Selected as AAAS Fellow

Gregg Garfin – whose research focuses on adaptation to climate change, climate variability and drought – has been elected a 2020 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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UArizona Will Offer Courses to Enlisted Military Members Through New Partnership

Arizona Online and the College of Applied Science and Technology will enroll 150 military members in courses through a pilot program with the United States Naval Community College.

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Analyzing Migration Patterns From Central America

With a new grant from the Department of Defense's Army Research Office, researchers will use natural language processing and machine learning to analyze migration patterns from Central America.

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