10/04/16: UA to Train ROTC Students for STEM Work

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October 04, 2016

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UA to Train ROTC Students for STEM Work

To prepare midshipmen for careers in science and engineering with the U.S. Navy, with specialized training in geospatial technology, an interdisciplinary team at the UA has launched a program with funding from the Office of Naval Research. NAVIGATE, a three-year project, has "transferrable concepts."

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Climate Change May Move Too Quickly for Grasses

Grasslands and grass crops, covering much of the world's land area and providing half of the calories humans consume, may be unable to respond fast enough, UA ecologists say.

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UA Medical Students Launch Online Journal of Medicine

A new research journal founded by two UA medical students will provide a platform to promote the intellectual curiosity and the scientific achievements of students within the college.

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A Changing of the Guard With OSIRIS-REx

With the retirement of Ed Beshore as deputy principal investigator, Heather Enos takes over as second in command to Dante Lauretta on the UA-led mission.

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