Highlights

Pollution Prevention Workshop for the Salon Industry

University of Arizona Binational Center SRP, in conjunction with the Sonora Environmental Research Institute, Inc. (SERI), hosted an Eco-Friendly Beauty and Nail Salon Training.

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UA SRP Researcher Eric Betterton Invited Speaker at NARPM Annual Training

Dr. Eric Betterton was invited to give two presentations at the National Association of Regional Project Managers (NARPM) 21st Annual Training Program, on characterizing atmospheric aerosols from mining operations and Superfund-related partnerships.

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UA SRP Researchers Participate in Dewey-Humboldt Community Health Talk

Researchers from the University of Arizona Superfund Research Program (UA SRP) travelled to Dewey-Humboldt, AZ on June 2 to participate in "A Community Health Talk."

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Mark Brusseau Elected American Geophysical Union Fellow

UA SRP investigator  Dr. Mark L. Brusseau has been elected as an American Geophysical Union (AGU) 2011 Fellow.

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Dr. Eduardo Sáez Awarded Distinguished Professor

University of Arizona Superfund Research Program (UA SRP) investigator Dr. Eduardo Saez won the University Distinguished Professor award for 2011.

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UA Researchers Receive Grant to Study Water Quality Awareness

UA Researchers Mary Kay O'Rourke, Marlene Dermody, and Walt Klimecki receive grant to determine the most effective way to engage rural domestic well users in water quality awareness.

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UA SRP Trainee Corin Hammond Receives Award for Best Poster

Graduate trainee Corin Hammond wins Best Poster at SWES Earth Week 2011.

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UA Binational Center and SRP Host Binational Nanotechnology Meeting

On April 19, 2011, researchers from the UA were joined by Mexican colleagues from the Advanced Materials Research Center (CIMAV) at a binational nanotechnology meeting.

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Printing Industry Pollution Prevention Workshop a Success

On May 4, 2001, the UA Binational Center and SRP, in conjunction with the Sonora Environmental Research Institute, Inc. (SERI), hosted "Printing Industries and the Environment: Pollution Prevention Advisory Workshop."

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