Dr. Sharon Jae Hall is named as President’s Professor, one of ASU’s most prestigious faculty honors, for her innovation in teaching, scholarly achievements and contributions and the ability to motivate and inspire students to create original works.
May 21, 2021. In EOS magazine, journalist Kimberly Cartier interviews Dr. Hall and other experts on the intersection of nature and social justice in urban parks.
“City residents don’t all have the same access to the benefits of green space. Addressing that inequity requires community engagement at every stage from planning to development to management.”
Feb 10, 2021. Read about the new Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) initiatives that we’re working on in the School of Life Sciences at ASU!
November 2020. Click here to join Sharon and graduate student panelists Miranda Bernard, Edauri Navarro Pérez, and Michele Clark in a discussion titled “Representation in the field: How to bust assumptions about who does conservation biology and make training more inclusive for people of color” (RISE UP for Racial Justice seminar series, Fall 2020).
Article about collaborator Garth Paine’s EcoListen project in Cronkite News, Arizona PBS
Learn about a collaboration between the Hall Lab, the Parsons Field Institute, and the Acoustic Ecology lab at ASU.
Short video shown at the ASU Founders Day Award Ceremony, April 2017.