Ecoss, McAllister program accepting proposals from NAU students to research Colorado Plateau

Colorado Plateau

The Center for Ecosystem Science and Society (Ecoss) and the McAllister Program in Community, Culture and Environment at Northern Arizona University are accepting proposals for student projects that enable the arts, cultural, scientific and environmental institutions of the Colorado Plateau to achieve the long-term needs of the communities they serve. Full-time undergraduate and graduate students from any field of study are eligible.

Ecoss strives to understand ecosystems and how and why they change. The vision of Ecoss is to understand ecosystem function and change from the cell to the globe and their implications for future Earth.

More information including proposal submission instructions and budget forms can be found on the Ecoss news page.

Proposals are due June 1.