Desi Stanerson on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 1/16/2020

Posted on Marisa Lester Posted in Outreach, The Thesis

My name is Desi Stanerson and I am a Senior in Biomedical Engineering with a double major in Molecular and Cellular Biology. My current research is in the department of biochemistry in Dr. Indraneel Ghosh’s lab. When I find free

Experiencing History: The Largest Gathering of Fish and Wildlife Professionals Ever

Posted on Sandy Slovikosky Posted in Activities, Gazette
Picture of Wildlife Society and American Fisheries Society 2019 Conference sign.

            As a senior studying Wildlife Conservation and Management within the School of Natural Resources and the Environment (SNRE), I can name many events in college that left a lasting impression and made me reflect on my future. Perhaps one

Haley Arnold on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 12/5/19

Posted on Haley Arnold Posted in Outreach, The Thesis

My name is Haley Arnold and I’m from Tucson. I’m a junior majoring in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science and minoring in Psychology and Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences. I love working with children and learning about their development, and my

Steven Fried on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 11/28/19

Posted on Steven Fried Posted in Outreach, The Thesis

Steven is a senior at the University of Arizona majoring in chemistry, biochemistry, and applied mathematics. He was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona, where he attended University High School. From early on, Steven developed an interest in the molecular

Kristina Sin on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 11/21/19

Posted on Kristina Sin Posted in Outreach, The Thesis

My name is Kristina Sin, and I’m currently a junior at the University of Arizona, majoring in Molecular and Cellular Biology, as well as Biochemistry, and minoring in Government and Public Policy. My main career aspiration is to become a

LeCario Benashley on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 11/14/19

Posted on LeCario Benashley Posted in Outreach, The Thesis

My name is LeCario Benashley and I am a third-year student at the University of Arizona. Prior to becoming a first-generation college student, I lived all my life on the rural Fort Apache Indian Reservation in Northeastern Arizona. Degree wise,

Randall Eck on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 11/7/19

Posted on Jennifer Cubeta Posted in Outreach, The Thesis

My name is Randall Eck and I am a senior majoring in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science and Political Science at the University of Arizona. I work in the lab of Dr. Daniela Zarnescu studying RNA stress granules. RNA stress granules

Six Ways for UBRP Alumni to Stay Connected

Posted on Jennifer Cubeta Posted in Alumni, Gazette
Picture of hands holding seeds

Calling all UBRP alumni!  Here are six different ways to stay connected with UBRP, ranging from simply updating us on what you’re doing now, to volunteering as a career panelist, to joining UBRP’s LinkedIn Group. Check out the many options

UBRP Endowment Ahead of Schedule for Full Establishment!

Posted on Jennifer Cubeta Posted in Gazette, Giving

In January 2019, the creation of the UBRP Endowment by alumna Carol Arakaki was announced at the 30th Annual UBRP Conference. While original plans were for the endowment to reach the $25,000 needed to be fully established in 2023, the

Haley Kenner “Thesis Thursday” – 10/31/19

Posted on Haley Kenner Posted in Outreach, The Thesis

Hi! I am a junior Honors student at the University of Arizona studying Neuroscience and Cognitive Science with minors in Biochemistry and Mathematics. This past summer I studied in the Lukas/Whiteaker/George lab at Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, AZ, exploring