ith spring and fall meetings dating back to their beginnings in 1973, the Materials Research Society decided to move from their home in San Francisco to the Valley of the Sun for its 2016 Spring Meeting. According to MRS, Phoenix will allow the flexibility to allow growth and enhance the experience, and so it did.… Read More Materials Research Society Spring Meeting in Phoenix, AZ
I attended the very first annual PHX Vegan Food Festival and talked to some interesting people. Along with live music and good food, I got the opportunity to interact with a larger community that is growing in Phoenix.
Students at Arizona State University have a love/hate relationship with the Walk Only Zones that are enforced in the Tempe campus. I took the time to ask students that attend the Tempe campus if they thought these school official-enforced zones were a good idea and whether their expansions hurt or helped make campus trips safer.… Read More Arizona State University’s Walk-Only Zones
With temperatures reaching up to 115° F in the summer here in Phoenix, Arizona, I asked Alejandra Sosa, an aviation major at Arizona State University’s Polytechnic campus what she would like to do before it got too hot. Hiking up South Mountain while it’s still 72° F on a March Tuesday morning seemed like a… Read More South Mountain Hikes