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A water crisis has California in headlines across the country, but the untold story is...Watch Here
UA personnel from the College of Agriculture and Life Science have founded a start-up business and created a new video and social media platform for sharing educational content. Filmstacker is an online video distribution system intended to be used in educational settings. Cody Sheehy, co-founder and coordinator of video production for CALS communications and cyber technologies said Filmstacker allows users to share their own documentaries on social media. Read More Here
The University of Arizona has licensed a new social media and video platform — based on technology developed for an award-winning documentary — to a startup company. Read More Here
In this essay, alumnus Alan Davis writes about his UA experience and how it prepared him well for subsequent freelance work in video production. Read More HereArticle: Alan Davis | UA School of Journalism
The video clips in the Beyond the Mirage Collection tell the story about the future of water in the West. Read More HereArticle: Paul Tumarkin, Tech Launch Arizona
The University of Arizona’s efforts to bring faculty inventions to the marketplace bore more fruit in fiscal year ’16, as the university posted strong growth in inventions, patents and licensing. Read More HereArticle: David Wichner, Arizona Daily Star
The video clips in the Beyond the Mirage Collection tell the story about the future of water in the West. Watch HerePBS LearningMedia
American Public Television (APT) announced last week that it will distribute Beyond the Mirage: The Future of Water in the West nationally. Next month, the documentary will be made available to Public Television stations who belong to APT Exchange. Those stations will then decide whether to include it in their programming lineups. Read Full Story HereStory by AZPM Staff
The Water Resources Research Center is proud to have partnered in the Beyond the Mirage project. Read Full Story HereSharon B. Megdal
On Friday, April 22, 2016 approximately 500 6th-8th graders at schools in Pendergast, Peoria, Phoenix, Dysart and Washington School Districts will share and judge each other’s mini-documentaries about water, built through the new Beyond the Mirage web experience Read Full Story HereArizona Project WET & the Beyond the Mirage Team
The UA's considerable expertise on water security plays a big part in the film "Beyond the Mirage," which will be shown on PBS in Tucson and metro Phoenix over the next several weeks. Read Full Story HereUniversity Relations – Communications
WATER MIRAGE FOUND IN DESERT CITIES Read Full Story Here
Republic Media, Arizona Community Foundation and the Morrison Institute will honor the best plan to improve water security. Read Full Story HereBrandon Loomis | The Republic | azcentral.com
Editorial: A team from Tucson debuts its Beyond the Mirage project tonight to raise awareness about our water challenges. Read Full Story HereThe Republic | azcentral.com
Arizona Public Media (AZPM) presents a film by Cody Sheehy, Beyond the Mirage: The Future of Water in the West, a production of the University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) and the Water Resources Research Center (WRRC). Read Full Story HereStory by AZPM Staff
ELOY — What do central Arizona economic developers and water resource conservationists have in common? Read Full Story HereBy TANNER CLINCH Staff Writer
The "Water Resources Research Center" - a part of Cooperative Extension - CALS, Arizona Public Media....and Videographer Cody Sheehy - are all teaming up to tell the story of water. Read Full Story HereUniversity of Arizona Cooperative Extension
Arizona Forward held their 36th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards Ceremony at the Arizona Grand Resort in Phoenix. This prestigious event is to recognize outstanding contributions to the physical environment of local communities. Beyond the Mirage was acknowledged with the Environmental Education/Communication Award for its work educating and empowering users to act as informed citizens on complex water issues facing our state. Beyond the Mirage combines user-generated content with true expertise in water issues of Arizona, making education of this topic accessible to Arizonans of all ages.Read Full Story Here
A College of Agriculture and Life Sciences team has been awarded a Rocky Mountain Emmy for "Earthlight."...Read Full Story Here
Winner of $100,000 New Arizona Prize wants us all to help tell the story of...Read Full Story Here
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Beyond the Mirage: The Future of Water in the West is a collaborative project between Arizona Public Media (AZPM), the University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) and the Water Resources Research Center (WRRC).
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Arizona students are using Beyond the Mirage to tell the world what they think about water in the Southwest.
On Earth Day, they shared their messages and their stacks.
Watch the top ten and vote for the Beyond the Mirage Oscar Winners for 2016.
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The Water Innovation Challenge will award a $250,000 prize to a community-based team in an Arizona municipality that develops the most innovative and inventive market-based, technological or entrepreneurial solution to advance the sustainability of its water future. Get the Details Here
Tune in to KJZZ Phoenix at 11:00 AM to hear #beyondthemirage producer Cody Sheehy talk about documenting water in The American Southwest. Get the Details Here
The University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) will hold its 2016 Annual Conference, #AZwaterfuture: Tech, Talk, and Tradeoffs, to consider emerging technologies, communication strategies, and policies to meet Arizona’s water needs into the future. Do not miss this opportunity to engage in a unique exploration of new ideas and innovative pathways for water management. Get the Details Here