Desrochers, Daniel

Daniel Desrochers is a University of Arizona Senior majoring in Journalism. He works with Sarah Gassen from Arizona Daily Star conducting research on “Arizona Daily Star Science Journalism Intern.”

Chu, Vicki

Vicki Chu is a University of Arizona Junior majoring in Agriculture and Biosystems Engineering (pending August 2014). She works with Jon Chorover from Soil, Water & Environmental Science conducting research on “Structure and Reactivity of Dissolved Organic Matter in the Critical Zone.”

Cheung, Anson

Anson Cheung is a University of Arizona Sophomore majoring in Geosciences. He works with Julia Cole from Geosciences conducting research on “The influence of past climate variability on Amazon productivity.”

Branyan, Callie

Callie Branyan is a University of Arizona Senior majoring in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. She works with Peter Smith from Planetary Sciences conducting research on “Robotics development.”

Boyd, Patrick

Patrick Boyd is a University of Arizona Senior majoring in Geosciences. He works with Peter Reiners from Geosciences conducting research on “Geochronology and thermochronology of ice-rafted debris, East Antarctica.”

Alvarez, Alexander

Alexander Alvarez is a University of Arizona Senior majoring in Biomedical Engineering. He works with Christopher Hamilton from Lunar and Planetary Laboratory conducting research on “Machine Learning Applied to Planetary Remote Sensing Data.”

Allee, Linda Chardee

Linda Chardee Allee is a University of Arizona Senior majoring in Optical Sciences and Engineering. She works with Rolf Binder from College of Optical Sciences conducting research on “Simulation of material characteristics and laser performance of Q-switched semiconductor lasers.”

Launch Opportunity: RockSat-C and RockSat-X Programs

NASA, in partnership with the Colorado Space Grant Consortium, is offering the opportunity for university instructors and students to participate in three programs designed for everyone from the novice to the more experienced space researcher.

Susan A. Brew

Susan A. Brew received her B.A. in anthropology from the University of Arizona in 1972 and a M.A. in anthropology with an emphasis in cross-cultural education in 1974. She lived on the Tohono O'odham Reservation and taught English for Central Arizona College from 1973-1974, and was subsequently employed by the Arizona State Museum.

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