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Cooperative Extension Diabetes Prevention Program guided Tucson resident through healthy changes
In this role he will have statewide responsibilities pertaining to environmental issues, food production, forest health, gardening and horticulture.
Sandra Westdahl and Landmark Stories were honored for their outstanding achievements across four categories in the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences early this month.
Four videos produced by the documentary team, Landmark Stories (supported by Communications and Cyber Technologies department in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences) were recognized with national Telly Awards.
Bringing with her a fresh 'plant perspective' to a department with a deep knowledge of soil and geochemistry, Alicja Babst-Kostecka joins the Department of Environmental Science as an assistant professor.
Jeffrey Michler’s article “Money Matters: The Role of Yields and Profits in Agricultural Technology Adoption” has been named the 2019 Outstanding American Journal of Applied Economics Article by the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA).
After over 38 years in the Department of Environmental Science—including five department heads and four department name changes—Musil retired in early February 2020.