Join us in celebrating some of the recent achievements of our alumni, students and faculty members.
Meat labels explaining health and environmental benefits can encourage consumer trust, study shows.
New funding boosts pilot project that could help accelerate the time to market for advances in carbon capture and storage.
U of A research could help ranchers adapt to climate change and preserve vital ecosystems.
Innovation will depend as much on social factors as technological ones, says U of A co-author.
Join us in celebrating some of the recent achievements of our students, staff and faculty.
The Ărramăt Project, co-led by ALES professor Brenda Parlee, was recently awarded $24 million from the federal government’s New Frontiers in Research Fund.
Question about reconciling your expenses? Trouble with the printer? Looking for an elusive form? Christie Nohos can help with that. For more than 15 years, Nohos has worked in the Department of Renewable Resources and, more recently, the Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology.
Now, in recognition of her service, Nohos is the 2021 recipient of the Annual Support Staff Recognition Award in the Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Environmental Sciences.
Jack Francis, a volunteer at the Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Environmental Sciences’ museum, is profiled.
Stan Blade, dean of the Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Environmental Sciences, explained that the U of A has the good fortune to be directly engaged with key sectors — across energy, health, agriculture and forestry — within the province.