Graduate Student Inquiries
Kathleen Landeen firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 621-1606
Graduate Student Representatives
Hany Almotairy, doctoral student (Kevin Fitzsimmons) email@example.com
Asma El Ouni, doctoral student (Mark Brusseau) firstname.lastname@example.org
David Hogan, doctoral student (Raina Maier) - email@example.com
Lydia Jennings, doctoral student (Raina Maier) firstname.lastname@example.org
Joshua Larsen, doctoral student (Marcel Schaap)- email@example.com
Christopher Shepard, doctoral student (Craig Rasmussen) firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Thomas, master's student (Jon Chorover) email@example.com
Graduate Certificate in Water Policy
The University of Arizona's Graduate Certificate in Water Policy offers breadth and depth of education. The Certificate is intended for two different and complementary groups of people who want to build their expertise in water policy: working professionals pursuing the Certificate only and UA graduate students concurrently enrolled in a graduate degree program. There is flexibility in both course selection and schedule, to meet the specific needs and interests of a variety of students. The program is interdisciplinary. For more information about the program go to http://gcwp.arizona.edu/index.php
The Soil Science Certification
This is a program of the Soil Science Society of America (SSSA). This program is designed to foment, certify, and advance the standards of professionalism for active practitioners of soil science, a process that is also available to other professionals such as engineers and geologists.
To pass the fundamentals exam, you should have taken no less than three semester courses in soil science, but preferably five courses. Certification as a Professional Soil Scientist (Soil Classifier).
You should consider taking this program if:
•You are in your senior year and will soon be graduating with a BS in Environmental Science and have a strong background in Soil Science
•Your career plans include working as a consultant, regulator, researcher, or teacher in areas closely related to Soil Science
For program information, including program description, exam dates and costs, and study guides, please link to: https://www.soils.org/certifications
For additional information, please contact:
Dr. J. Artiola (621-3516) (Exam Proctor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Research Translation for Environmental Science
This program will award a M.S. degree in Soil, Water, and Environmental Science with a specific focus on research translation for environmental science.
M.S. Degree in SWES With a Journalism Concentration
This non-thesis program will award a M.S. degree in Soil, Water, and Environmental Science with a specific focus on journalism for environmental science. This program was developed in collaboration with the School of Journalism.
Dual Degree Program in Journalism and Soil, Water and Environmental Science
Those interested in the MS degree in SWES with a Journalism concentration may also wish to consider the Dual Degree Program in Journalism and Soil, Water, and Environmental Science. Details about this program and program requirements can be found on the Journalism website http://journalism.arizona.edu/node/745