A reversal of Earth’s geomagnetic field

Approximately 42,000 years ago the Earth’s geomagnetic field reversed, triggering dramatic climate shifts and fueling ecological change on a global scale.

‘Take risks, make mistakes’

A U forest ecologist wins the prestigious Packard Fellowship, which allows freedom to pursue creative research directions.

SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

Faculty expand interdisciplinary research through new seed grant initiative.

STAY ON TRACK

UTA will be adjusting its FrontRunner schedule, all TRAX schedules and nearly all bus schedules beginning April 8, 2018.

EXPECTING THE UNEXPECTED IN CLIMATE CHANGE

Studying polar ice and tropical glacier ice samples, Lonnie Thompson and his team reconstruct climate and environmental histories going back 25,000 years – findings they say may help explain devastating population disruptions throughout history.

We’ll start with thermostats

Students participating in an Honors College Praxis Lab set out to impact climate changeβ€”starting with thermostats.

WATER LAW DOWN UNDER

Law professor Robin Craig spent part of the semester as a visiting professor at the University of Tasmania School of Law in Hobart, teaching comparative water law, research resilience and climate change adaptation issues.

Who are your ‘Beacons of Change?’

Nominations are open for those who have been intentional sources of change at the U, for students either in the classroom or in the community.