Using collaborative principles and techniques, builds capacity of research teams, public agencies, municipalities, nonprofits, and businesses to fund, conduct, and use credible, relevant science to address critical community challenges related to ecosystem-based management; climate change adaptation and mitigation; community planning; water quality management; and habitat restoration and conservation.
A team from Arizona State University’s (ASU) Office of Environmental Health and Safety visited campus February 10th to learn about the university’s Chemical Environmental Management System (CEMS), reports Brad Manning, director of Environmental Health and Safety.
To be considered for a student Operator position, you must be a 1st or 2nd year undergraduate. Your application will be reviewed upon receipt. You should be contacted within two weeks of submission. You may call Tucker Hurton at 862-4636 for the status of your application.