Our faculty members are actively engaged in use-inspired research and service in the sciences, humanities, social sciences and education. Explore some of the current research projects that our faculty and students are collaborating on.

Awards to College of Integrative Sciences and Arts’ faculty for funded research and service projects in 2015-16 currently exceed $3.2 million.

Research Spotlight: Analyzing snake removals in a social-ecological context

CISA associate professor and wildlife ecologist Heather Bateman is lead author on the  first study to analyze snake removals in a social-ecological context.  

“I think one of the surprises was that people don't hate snakes,” said Bateman, who worked with data from a local rattlesnake removal company. “A lot of them responded that the snakes are important to the desert ecosystem and the snake belongs in the desert, just not in my garage.”

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The snake rattles, the phone rings