Arizona Alumni Magazine
A rock ’n’ rolling retrospective at the Center for Creative Photography, aspiring astronauts embrace American Sign Language, and an uplifting campus home for Black history in Tucson and beyond: Explore the spring 2023 edition of Arizona Magazine.
Spring 2023 Issue
Our Whole Selves
At the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management, Allison Gabriel serves as McClelland professor of management and organizations and is a university distinguished scholar. She researches the psychology of work: emotions on the job, employee motivation, the relationship between home life and work life.
Science & Research
University of Arizona researcher Jekan Thanga has created a model for a solar-powered “ark” on the moon to store cryogenically frozen seed, spore, sperm and egg samples from 6.7 million Earth species. His scientific inspiration came from the biblical tale of Noah's Ark.
To paint a clearer picture of how global climate change will affect Earth’s ecosystems, a team of 80 international research scientists set out to complete an unparalleled experiment: forcing the world’s only enclosed rainforest — housed in the University of Arizona’s Biosphere 2 — through a four-month-long controlled drought and recovery.
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