Category: Gazette

UBRP Alumni, Where Are You Now?

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Hello, UBRP Alumni! Every year, in preparation for the Annual UBRP Conference, we update the whereabouts of our alumni for inclusion in the Conference Program. Please take literally one minute to update your information here:  Your information will help

Support UBRPers!

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UBRP students’ futures depend on access to hands-on research experience and opportunities. Due to decrease in external funds, this academic year UBRP is only able to provide funding only for students who are eligible for the federal work-study program.  While

What does the UBRP Conference have in common with Jimmy Kimmel?

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You are cordially invited to the 28th Annual UBRP Conference, to be held on Saturday, January 21, 2017 from 12:00pm to 5:00pm at the Environment and Natural Resources 2 Building (1064 E. Lowell Street) on the UA Main Campus. Join

UBRP Alumni: Strength in Numbers

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Since moving to the Washington, D.C. area two years ago, I have wanted to tour the White House. That being said, I was pleasantly surprised when I spontaneously received a West Wing White House tour invitation by UBRP alumna, Denice

UBRP Alumna Dr. Linda Mobula Visits Campus and Shares Her Passion With Students

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Living in Tucson, and interested in the medical field, one often hears the terms ‘underserved populations’ and ‘public health.’ Those of us aspiring to make a difference in our communities think, “What can one person really do?” For me, it

Scientist, Communicator, Citizen of the World: Dr. Retsina Meyer

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I was born into a family of scientists: my mother, a medical technologist in the local hospital and my father, an organizational psychologist in the US Air Force.  Science is in my blood and, true to my soul, I have

The UBRP Alumni Network on the Interview Trail

It has now been well over a year since I graduated from the University of Arizona and moved out to the East Coast for work, but I still remember my college experiences with fondness–although I grew up in Phoenix, I