General Information for
the 2006 CEMELA School
January 11-16, 2006
About the CEMELA School
The CEMELA School is an integral part of the education and research experience of CEMELA's graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. PIs, faculty, graduate students, and post-doctoral researchers will join together in an intensive five-day school consisting of two one-credit graduate courses, sessions on research methodology, and meetings of CEMELA-wide research teams to continue to develop research questions and collaborative projects across university sites.
A subgroup of CEMELA's Advisory Board willjoin the School for the first two days. The Advisory Board members will play a participatory observation role in the CEMELA School, will lead round table discussions for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, and attend advisory meetings with PIs and faculty members to discuss issues pertinent to CEMELA's administration and research goals.
- Tentative participant list for the 2006 CEMELA School
- Consultant and advisory board members biographies for the 2006 CEMELA School
Tucson is located in southern Arizona, about 60 miles north of the US/Mexico border. Tucson is in the Sonoran desert and is surrounded by mountains, including the 9100-foot high Mount Lemmon. It is also one of the oldest settlements in North America and enjoys a rich mix of Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo cultures.