Resources for Students
Adaptation-Related Majors, Minors, Courses, and Certificates
Majors, Minors, and Specialties
Seeking an environment-focused major, minor or concentration? Look no further! All across campus opportunities abound for you to gain a better understanding of the world around you, from art and architecture to hard sciences, both molecular and substantial.
Climate Change and Society Undergraduate Minor
Pair a climate change and society minor from the University of Arizona School of Natural Resources and the Environment with any undergraduate major to enhance your knowledge of the physical and natural realities of global change and approaches to addressing long-term changes in climate and ecosystems around the world.
Climate Change and Society Course List
If you are an undergraduate student interested in studying climate change, check out this course list. It provides a great overview of current available courses related to climate change basics, social perspectives on climate change, and sustainable actions and solutions, among others.
Transdisciplinary Environmental Science for Society (TESS) Program
TESS is a noncredit professional development program that equips future generations of researchers, practitioners, political leaders, and educators to actively confront society's most complex environmental challenges.
Adaptation-Related Programs and Opportunities
AIRES Educational Initiatives
AIRES Education Initiatives aims to provide students across the UA campus with experiential education to provide growth and professional development opportunities
Scholarships and Funding
Dive in and find funding opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students with an environmental focus!
University Climate Change Coalition (UC3)
A core program of Second Nature that connects 23 of the world's leading research universities and university systems committed to accelerating climate action on campus, in communities, and at a global scale.
CCASS Student Listserv
Sign up for the CCASS student listserv to receive communications from us about adaptation-related course offerings, events, announcements, opportunities, and more.
Desert Laboratory's Newsletter
Subscribe to the Desert Laboratory on Tumamoc Hill's mailing list to receive notifications about upcoming lectures, events, and field expeditions.
Sign up for The Dirt to stay up to date on environmental news, events and happenings on the University of Arizona campus!
EcoClimate News SW
EcoClimate News Southwest, the newsletter for the SW Climate Adaptation Science Center, is published on the second Tuesday of every month, and contains highlights of SW CASC activities as well as upcoming news, events, and job and funding opportunities.
Extreme Heat Network
Subscribe to receive monthly news, announcements, and updates relating to the Extreme Heat Network.
GradFunding Opportunities Newsletter
The GradFunding Newsletter distributes information on current funding opportunities to graduate students across campus.
Green Growth Network
Subscribe to the Green Growth Network to receive environmental internships, jobs, volunteer opportunities, and student features in your inbox monthly.
Weekly Wave Newsletter
Subscribe to keep up with news and events from Water Resources Research Center.
Connect with a Faculty Member Who Focuses on Adaptation
CCASS Advisory Team
The CCASS Advisory Team is made up of 17 highly engaged and interdisciplinary experts who work on adaptation from 10 different departments and organizations on campus.
CCASS Expertise Directory
University of Arizona researchers have expertise in a wide range of areas related to climate adaptation. Search for experts here by their areas of expertise, geographic specialties, or foreign language skills.
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