85 years of rodeo at the University: A Q&A with club sponsor Samuel Garcia
As Tucson celebrates Rodeo Week and the tradition of La Fiesta del los Vaqueros, the University of Arizona Rodeo Club prepares to take its turn in the arena at the Tucson Rodeo Grounds. In this Q&A, the club's faculty sponsor, Samuel Garcia, talks about the club's past and present and the opportunities it provides students to develop skills on and off a horse.
Invested in growing the next generation of scientists
As the Director of the National Science Foundation Water and Environmental Technology (WEST) Center and a professor in the Department of Environmental Science, Ian Pepper and his wife wanted to give something back to environmental science students.
We grow more than vegetables, we grow people
A program of the Pima County Cooperative Extension and the University of Arizona, TVF is a working urban farm and healthy living center that fosters life and leadership skills in young people through agriculture, culinary education, outdoor adventure opportunities, and community engagement.
We need a single list of all life on Earth – and most taxonomists now agree on how to start
Species lists, often overlooked but integral to science and society, serve as foundational pillars, shaping our comprehension of the natural world, aiding threatened species management, quarantine protocols, disease control, and more.