Interdisciplinary Global Environmental Studies
iGLOBES is a CNRS - ENS/PSL University - University of Arizona research center, created to establish a hub of collaborative interactions between the French scientific community and UA researchers, fostering innovative interdisciplinary research on global environmental challenges. For more information...
May 5, 2021
DR. JASON JURJEVICH, UPCOMING SPEAKER OF WEBINAR SERIES "COVID-19, BREAKING AND RAISING BOUNDARIES"
Join iGLOBES-ENS International Seminar Series for a session with University of Arizona's Jason Jurjevich, Associate Professor in the School of Geography, on "Covid-19 impacts on a fair and accurate U.S. Census".
Registration is free, but required (a one time registration to all webinar talks). Public welcome. See full program and register...
April 14, 2021
SIGNING CEREMONY OF THE NEW CNRS INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the University of Arizona, represented by Chairman and CEO Dr. Antoine Petit and President Dr. Robert C. Robbins, signed an agreement for the opening of the first International Research Center, dedicated to environmental sciences and humanities, with the participation of Philippe Etienne, Ambassador of France to the U.S., and Dr. Edith Heard, Director General of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory. The IRC's name is the France-Arizona Institute for Global Grand Challenges. Watch the recording of the event.
The CNRS-UArizona International Research Center, the first of its kind, will provide new collaborative opportunities between French academic institutions, their students and researchers, and the University of Arizona and its partners across the Americas.
Dr. Antoine Petit, Chairman and CEO of CNRS tells us more about CNRS in the world, iGLOBES and this amazing partnership that took place today with the University of Arizona (click on image).
iGLOBES ACTIONS AND RESEARCH
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COVID-19 RESEARCH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA