Keith Diaz Moore is both the Interim Chief Sustainability Officer and the Dean of the College of Architecture and Planning. In this Humans of the U profile, he tells about his motivations related to health and sustainability, his belief in education, and his hopes for the U of U. Read it here.
Bill Anderegg, GCSC affiliate and Assistant Professor in the U’s School of Biological Sciences, has been awarded a Packard Fellowship to support his research to understand the future of forests in a changing climate. He aims to use this flexible funding to conduct long-term climate change research that’s hard or nearly impossible to fund with […]
When Gannet Hallar recently gave a talk on her career path to students at Truman State, she included a slide titled, “Where in the world will science take you?” The answer: pretty much everywhere. Today, we are fortunate to have Gannet as a GCSC faculty affiliate in the department of Atmospheric Sciences, studying the meteorology […]
Bill Johnson, professor in Geology & Geophysics and director of the William P. Johnson Contaminant Transport Group, is a GCSC faculty affiliate conducting research related to water. Bill came to the UU in 1995. As a hydrogeochemist, he researches transport and cycling – the fate and transport of things in water. In this installment of […]
When hearing the word “sustainability,” some people think of things like recycling and saving energy, but at the U, we realize that this term is relevant in a multitude of actions and areas of study. Faculty at the U can now have sustainability attributes flagged in the course catalog. Faculty who wish to learn how […]