The Air Quality Scholars program, sponsored by the Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Sustainability Office, and the Global Change and Sustainability Center, provides scholarships, training, and engagement opportunities to U of U undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in understanding and improving air quality.
Air Quality Scholars will:
- better understand campus and community efforts to improve air quality
- participate in the fall air quality symposium “The Air We Breathe” on October 3, 2019
- complete a campus or community project designed to improve air quality, and
- present their findings at the spring air quality symposium
The student air quality projects may be new initiatives or might develop from existing projects. Students and faculty advisors will determine projects and define how to implement their ideas over the course of the year.
G. David McNay
Environmental & Sustainability Studies & Geography, Applied GIS
Health, Society and Policy
Fine Arts (graphic design)
Professional Masters of Business
Parks, Recreation and Tourism
Biology and Communications