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Other Events - On Campus
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News and Announcements
PhD Defense: Food, a Global Product: an Enhanced FEW Nexus Approach
(Monday, September 25, 2017) Mukunth Natarajan will defend his prospectus defense Food, a Global Product: an Enhanced FEW Nexus Approach. Faculty, students and the general public are invited. From 8:30-10:30 a.m. in room 401, College Avenue Commons, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Urban Garden Talk: Growing More than Veggies: Community Building from the Roots Up
(Tuesday, September 26, 2017) Kenny Barrett, Co-founder and Director, Roosevelt Growhouse will present Growing More than Veggies: Community Building from the Roots Up from 6:00-7:15 p.m. at Changing Hands Bookstore Phoenix, 300 W. Camelback Rd, Phoenix. More information and RSVP.
Watershed Management Group Workshop: Hydrate Your Yard
(Tuesday, September 26, 2017) Ryan Wood, Watershed Management Group will present Hydrate Your Yard from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
Sustainability @ASU Free Film Screening: Viva La Verde
(Wednesday, September 27, 2017) Viva la Verde explores the past, present and future of Arizona rivers, using the foremost surviving perennial river in Arizona, The Verde River, as a case study. Doors open 6:30 p.m.; showtime 7:00 p.m. at Harkins Valley Art Theater, 509 S. Mill Ave, Tempe. More information and registration.
Urban Garden Tour: Growing More than Veggies: Community Building from the Roots Up
(Saturday, September 30, 2017) This on-site tour goes along with a talk (see above September 26) Changing Hands Bookstore in Phoenix. From 10:30-11:30 a.m. at Roosevelt Growhouse, 1025 N 2nd St., Phoenix, AZ. More information and registration.
Sustainability@ASU: Life in a Living Building: The Business Case for Regenerative Buildings
(Monday, October 2, 2017) Denis Hayes, Bullitt Foundation will present Life in a Living Building: The Business Case for Regenerative Buildings from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the Student Pavilion, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Sustainability Series: From the Bottom Up
(Tuesday, October 3, 2017) Chad Pregracke, Founder & CEO, Living Lands and Waters will present From the Bottom Up from 9:00-10:15 a.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
Watershed Management Group Workshop: Hydrate Your Plants
(Tuesday, October 3, 2017) Kaylee Coulter, Landscape Architect will present Hydrate Your Plants from 8:30-8:00 p.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
Sustainability Series: Making Art at the South Pole
(Wednesday, October 4, 2017) Donald Fortescue, California College of the Arts will present Making Art at the South Pole from 3:00-4:15 p.m. in the ASU Art Museum, 51 E. 10th St, Tempe. More information and registration.
Introduction to Composting Programs Workshop for Students
(Saturday, October 21, 2017) ASU's School of Sustainability is pleased to partner with the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) to offer a unique opportunity for students to explore the science and practice of the composting industry. Advance registration is required and is limited to students. More information and registration.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Seminar: Crystalline Nanowires: From Fundamental Mechanics to Applications in Stretchable Electronics
(Friday, September 22, 2017) Yong Zhu, North Carolina State University will present Crystalline Nanowires: From Fundamental Mechanics to Applications in Stretchable Electronics at 12:15 p.m. in room 117, Education Lecture Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. For more information contact Durella.O’Donnell@asu.edu.
Biodesign Institute Seminar: Host-pathogen Evolution: The Myxoma Virus Story Continues
(Friday, September 22, 2017) Peter J. Kerr, University of Sydney will present Host-pathogen Evolution: The Myxoma Virus Story Continues from 2:00-3:00 p.m. in room AL1-10/14, Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
School of Life Sciences Seminar: The Microbiome in Chronic Inflammatory Diseases of the Airways
(Monday, September 25, 2017) Emily Cope, Northern Arizona University will present The Microbiome in Chronic Inflammatory Diseases of the Airways from 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. in room 202, C-wing, Life Sciences Center, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Coffee@Beyond: Reprogramming Reality
(Monday, September 25, 2017) Sara Imari Walker, ASU-SFI Center for Biosocial Complex Systems will present Reprogramming Reality at 3:00 p.m. in the Auditorium, Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Center for Science and Imagination’s Science Fiction TV Dinner: Fringe
(Tuesday, September 26, 2017) Fringe is a police procedural tailored for a conspiracy-addled culture: a fever dream of near-future biotechnology research, Timothy Leary-esque 1960s counterculture, and the seemingly ineluctable creep of corporate governance. From 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Marston Exploration Theater, ISTB4, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
EnLIGHTeNING Lunch: Embryos at the Intersection of Biology and Society
(Wednesday, September 27, 2017) Jain Maienschein, Center for Biology and Society, ASU will present Embryos at the Intersection of Biology and Society from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in room 5536, Coor Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. Please RSVP.
Fresh and Local Market
(Thursday, September 28, 2017) Arizona State University’s Fresh and Local Market is a farmer’s market for the ASU community. The market sells fresh, local and organic produce. Vendors from all over the Phoenix area provide items like local honey, natural skin care products and fresh hummus. From 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the College Avenue Commons Pavilion area, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Center for Evolution and Medicine Seminar: You Can’t Fool Mother Nature! Biomarker on Transplants
(Thursday, September 28, 2017) Bruce Kaplan, Baylor Scott and White Health Care will present You Can’t Fool Mother Nature! Biomarker on Transplants at 12:00 p.m. in room 202, E-wing, Life Sciences Center, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Materials Science and Engineering Seminar: Structure-Property Relationships in Metal Additive Manufacturing
(Friday, September 29, 2017) Dan Thoma, University of Wisconsin will present Structure-Property Relationships in Metal Additive Manufacturing at 12:15 p.m. in room 210, Schwada Classroom Office Building, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. For more information contact Durella.O’Donnell@asu.edu.
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Two Decades of Commercializing Nanomedicine: Improving Medicine One Nanostep at a Time
(Monday, October 2, 2017) Thomas J. Webster, Northeastern University will present Two Decades of Commercializing Nanomedicine: Improving Medicine One Nanostep at a Time at 10:45 a.m. in room 324, Student Pavilion, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. For more information contact Durella.O’Donnell@asu.edu.
Biodesign Institute Seminar: Novel Approaches to Hemorrhage Control and Thrombosis
(Wednesday, October 4, 2017) Rahmi Oklu, Mayo Clinic, Arizona will present Novel Approaches to Hemorrhage Control and Thrombosis from 2:00-3:00 p.m. in the Auditorium, Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Project Humanities’ Hacks for Humanity
(Saturday-Sunday, October 7-8, 2017) Hacks for Humanity, sponsored by Project Humanities at Arizona State University, is a 36-hour hackathon for the social good, challenging participants to create technologies to address local and global issues. Hacks for Humanity provides participants with the skills and resources they need in order to succeed as social entrepreneurs. We will have workshops and mentors on site to assist you by any means to guarantee you compete at your highest potential, and most importantly have fun. From 8:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. at Stauffer Communication Arts, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
2017 AAEE Professional Development All-Day Workshop & Members Gathering
(Saturday, September 23, 2017) Join us for the annual gathering of Arizona Environmental Educators! It’s been a long time since we’ve gotten together as a professional network. We’d like to invite you to our 2017 Professional Development Workshop. During our 2017 AAEE Professional Development All-Day Workshop, you will learn about: how AAEE can support YOU, no matter what type of Environmental Education you are or you provide; details about our Basic Environmental Education Certification Program; our status as Affiliate network of the North American Association for Environmental Education; and our collective vision for the future. From 7:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at Boyce Thompson Arboretum, 37615 U.S. Highway 60, Superior, AZ 85173. More information and registration.
Desert Rivers Audubon Society Owl Walk & Talk
(Saturday, September 23, 2017) We'll learn about the current status of the burrowing owls released April 2012 in association with our habitat partner, Wild at Heart. Enjoy a breezy, fun & informative evening! The starting time for this event will change with the seasons. Event is held one hour before sunset. From 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Zanjero Park, 3785 S Lindsay Rd, Gilbert, AZ.
GreenBiz Webcast: How Storytelling and Partnerships can Bridge the Gap between Stakeholders and Science
(Tuesday, October 3, 2017) Against the backdrop of shifting regulation and escalating climate change, the line between environmental and business challenges can fade quickly. The private sector must step up and create new solutions to our biggest environmental and business challenges. From 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET (10:00-11:00 a.m. AZ). More information and registration.
2017 WaterSmart Innovations Conference & Expo
(Wednesday-Saturday, October 4-6, 2017) The 10th annual WaterSmart Innovations Conference and Exposition, in Las Vegas, is a premier venue to showcase new water-efficiency technology; build and strengthen effective, interdisciplinary relationships; and establish your company as an international leader in innovative water efficiency technology and services. The world's preeminent urban water efficiency conference and expo is in Arizona's backyard. If you are a water conservation or sustainability professional and you haven't yet attended, now is your chance! The Arizona Municipal Water Users Association (AMWUA) is pleased to offer a full "first-timer" scholarship to the 2017 WaterSmart Innovations Conference & Expo. In partnership with WaterSmart Innovations, AMWUA will award a full ride to an Arizona water conservation or sustainability professional who hasn't attended the conference in the past four years. Application deadline is August 23, 2017. More information.
City of Scottsdale Green Building Lecture Series: Economic Value of Green: Knowledge is emPOWERing
(Thursday, October 5, 2017) Local industry experts will speak about energy efficiency as it relates to construction, building codes, energy audits, the HERS index, gaining more value for appraisals, marketing and selling homes with energy efficient features for the highest possible sale value, where to start first when retrofitting a home with energy efficient features, and how to add green features to a mortgage. From 7:00-8:30 p.m. at Scottsdale Granite Reef Senior Center, 1700 N. Granite Reef Rd, Scottsdale. More information.
Arizona Riparian Council Fall Campout
(Saturday-Sunday, October 7-8, 2017) The campout will be about 20 miles northeast of Safford, Arizona at Bonita Creek, a tributary of the lower Gila River. The focus of the campout will center on the role of beaver in desert stream ecosystems and their role in stream restoration. BLM biologists Jony Cockman, Heidi Blasius, and their crew will describe changes noted in Bonita Creek, Eagle Creek, and the Gila River since they became part of the Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area in 1990. Cliff dwellings, historic homesteads, Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep and over 100 species of birds make this year-round watery desert refuge worth the short drive from Safford. We'll also learn about beaver's beneficial impacts to vegetation, streamflow, pools, fish and bird populations. Bonita Creek is an ADWR-designated "Outstanding Water" of Arizona, and supplies domestic water for Safford. It's a spectacular place! Registration is $15 per person. Information and registration. Questions - contact Tim Flood: email@example.com.
44th Annual Natural Areas Conference – Working Beyond Boundaries: Collaboration as a Key to Natural Areas Management
(Tuesday-Thursday, October 10-12, 2017) The annual Natural Areas Conference address is one of the nation’s premier gatherings of conservation professionals, educators and scientists. The Conference provides an unparalleled opportunity for participants to learn about new research, receive valuable training and make important connections with other professionals in conservation-related fields. This year’s conference will focus on the many factors that are involved with properly conducting restoration projects on natural areas. To be held in Fort Collins, Colorado. More information.
Arizona Audubon: Enchanted Trail (Sendero Encantado)
(Friday-Saturday, October 20-21, 2017) The Enchanted Trail (Sendero Encantado) is a free annual, bilingual, educational family festival that teaches children and adults about nature, science, and Arizona's nocturnal wildlife. Audubon experts guide the "nature by night" experience through night hikes, animal-focused scavenger hunts, live animals, arts and crafts, and much more. From 5:30-8:00 p.m. each night at Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center, 3131 S. Central Ave., Phoenix AZ 85040. For more information.
2nd International Bird Observatory Conference
(Thursday-Monday, October 26-30, 2017) New Jersey Audubon's Cape May Bird Observatory (CMBO) will host the 2nd International Bird Observatory Conference (IBOC), with over 300 representatives of more than 100 international bird observatories from around the globe expected. At the Grand Hotel of Cape May, 1045 Beach Ave, Cape May, New Jersey. More information and registration.
IEEE SusTech 2017
(Tuesday-Friday, November 12-14, 2017) The 5th Annual IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability (SusTech 2017) is designed to explore the development and application of science, engineering and technology in achieving a sustainable lifestyle for humanity. It brings together scientists, engineers, technologists and scholars from multiple disciplines to hold a dialogue on environmental issues and collaborate on ideas to develop and utilize innovative tools and intelligent systems to address them. Attendees will learn about the tools, connections and proactive solutions to take their sustainability programs to the next level. To be held at the Hilton Phoenix Airport, 2435 S 47th St , Phoenix. More information and registration.
Fourteenth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability
(Wednesday-Friday, January 17-19, 2018) The Fourteenth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability, will be held at The Cairns Institute, James Cook University, in Cairns, Australia. Founded in 2005, the conference provides a multidisciplinary space, spanning the various fields and perspectives through which we can address the fundamental and related questions of sustainability, brought together by a common concern for sustainability in an holistic perspective where environmental, cultural, economic, and social concerns intersect. The conference features research addressing the annual themes. For more information regarding the conference explore the website.
Imagining a Different Future: Overcoming Barriers to Climate Justice
(Thursday-Friday, February 8-9, 2018) The conference will focus on a systematic analysis of barriers to action in the context of the process of change; global governance and law; economics and energy structures; the role of science and technology; and what we are learning about human psychology in relation to climate change. Presented by the University of Tasmania, with support of its Faculty of Law, the University of Utrecht Ethics Institute, the University of Tasmania's Institute for the Study of Social Change, the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre (ACE CRC) and the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Science (IMAS) in Hobart, Tasmania. More information.
Tenth International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts & Responses
(Friday-Saturday, April 20-21, 2018) The conference will be held at the University of California at Berkeley in Berkeley, USA. Founded in 2009, the conference aims to create an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of climate change, its causes, its eco-systemic impacts, and its human impacts. The conference also explores technological, policy, strategic, and social responses to climate change. We invite proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, colloquia, virtual posters, or virtual lightning talks. The conference features research addressing the annual themes. For more information regarding the conference, explore the conference website.
7th Sustainability, Ethics and Entrepreneurship (SEE) Research Conference
(Friday-Sunday, March 2-4, 2018) The Sustainability, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship (SEE) Conference attracts research on diverse topics including but not limited to social, environmental & sustainable entrepreneurship, ethics, firm-community ties, prosocial action, activism, impact investment, corporate responsibility, etc. The conference will be held in Washington D.C. There is a call for papers, symposia summaries, and applications for the junior faculty and doctoral consortium (Thursday-Friday, March 1-2) with a deadline of November 1, 2017. More information about submission and the conference.
3 countries, 3 universities, 1 unforgettable experience
For ASU sustainability senior Hailey Baker, three countries plus three universities plus three weeks adds up to one unforgettable experience. Read more.
Shining a light on forensics
Shows like “CSI,” “The First 48” and “Forensic Files” have captivated audiences, keying into a general fascination with murder, crime and forensics. In the world of make-believe, high-tech laboratories, fancy gadgets and instantaneous lab results solve a murder in 60 minutes (43 minutes with commercials). Read more.
Let's not greenwash the SDGs (from GreenBiz.com)
We’ve been fans of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) since they were launched almost two years ago. They are truly this generation’s moon shot. Participation by the business community is critical to reaching the SDGs by 2030, and we are bullish on helping businesses make that happen. So what’s the problem? Read more.
ASU selected as nation's most innovative school for third straight year
For the third year in a row, Arizona State University tops the list of “most innovative schools” in the nation, recognizing the university’s groundbreaking initiatives, partnerships, programs and research. Read more.
Building resilient cities
The flooding in Houston was exacerbated by how the city was built. Like many cities, Houston basically paved over the existing landscape, a grassy plain that evolved to handle large rainfalls by acting like a sponge. New ideas on how to build more resilient cities focus on working with nature, rather than trying to master it, says Arizona State University Professor Charles Redman, the founding director of ASU’s School of Sustainability and a distinguished scientist in ASU’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability. Read more.
ASU professor wins PLuS Alliance prize for SolarSPELL innovation
In a highly connected world where nearly everyone is just a text or tweet away, there still exist many remote, off-grid regions where communities don’t have access to information and resources that open up educational opportunities. Arizona State University Assistant Professor Laura Hosman is working to change that with SolarSPELL, a portable, solar-powered digital library that comes with its own digital Wi-Fi hotspot, able to function without electricity or existing internet connectivity. Read more.
The science behind those fire-ant rafts
“Life likes to live,” Kevin Haight said after viewing a photo of reddish-brown swirls in a floodwater eddy in southeast Texas. Haight, a researcher in the School of Life Sciences’ Social Insect Research Group at Arizona State University, was referring to tens of thousands of refugees uprooted by Hurricane Harvey. Just not the ones you think. The nation (or at least the media, both social and traditional) has been transfixed by the spectacle of floating rafts of fire ants drifting through Houston’s floodwaters. Read more.
Re-manufactured bikes and beyond: Circular design in action (from GreenBiz.com)
If you don’t look too closely, you could convince yourself that the linear economy kind of works on a day-to-day basis. Inertia is understandable: The circular economy might seem like a great idea for the future, but making meaningful investments in re-thinking, re-designing and re-tooling now can seem a risk. Read more.
City of Phoenix solicitation for residential curbside textile diversion services
The City of Phoenix seeks offers in response to this formal solicitation: https://www.phoenix.gov/solicitations/1226. The City seeks one or more contractor(s) to provide residential curbside textile diversion services to approximately 400,000 residential customers receiving City of Phoenix Solid Waste Services. If you have any questions in this regard, please contact the Procurement Officer referenced in the Solicitation document. Deadline date is October 25, 2017.
6th Annual Winter School on Responsible Innovation and Social Studies of Emerging Technologies
The Winter School is an immersive experience for scholars who want to share their unique research and learn from peers and experts who use diverse approaches to investigate the human and social dimensions of emerging technologies. Winter School will enrich your network of peers, and mentors and all participants will present their research at the Research Symposium on January 9. Applicants should be advanced graduate students or recent PhDs (post-doc or untenured faculty within 3 years of PhD at time of application) with an expressed interest in studying emerging technologies, such as nanotechnology, synthetic biology, geoengineering, etc. Applicants may come from any discipline, but priority will be given to those whose research focuses on societal questions, and all applicants must be demonstrably proficient in English. The program will be held at Saguaro Lake Ranch in Mesa, AZ, with access to Sonoran Desert hiking, kayaking on Saguaro Lake, horseback riding, and relaxing by the Salt River. The program fees for accepted students will be covered by the NNCI including seven nights stay at the Saguaro Lake Ranch, all meals and local transportation from Tempe, Arizona. Participants will be responsible for securing their own travel to Phoenix, Arizona and should arrive in Tempe before 1:00 pm on January 3, 2018. Visit the CNS-ASU Winter School website at http://sfis.asu.edu/winterschool for more information or to download an application. Deadline for applications is Sunday, October 1, 2017.
EPA Announces 2017 Campus RainWorks Challenge
The Environmental Protection Agency is pleased to announce the rules for the 6th annual Campus RainWorks Challenge, a design competition open to U.S. colleges and universities. EPA seeks to engage undergraduate and graduate students in designing innovative green infrastructure for stormwater management to showcase the environmental, economic, and social benefits of green infrastructure practices. Stormwater pollution is a problem that is growing in scope and magnitude. Communities need planners, designers, engineers, and other professionals to create resilient and affordable infrastructure solutions for stormwater management. EPA's Campus RainWorks Challenge invites the current generation of scholars to lend their creativity, knowledge, and energy to become part of the solution. Registration opened on September 1 and deadline for entries is December 15, 2017!! Please see https://www.epa.gov/campusrainworks and this year's 2017 Campus RainWorks Challenge competition brief for more information.
Arizona Department of Water Resource Drought Program
August 2017 drought summary is online.
September Southwest Climate Outlook
The September 2017 Southwest Climate Outlook is online.
CLIMAS Podcast: August 2017 - Monsoon Midpoint Recap: Swinging for the Fences?
None at this time.
Forestry Program Specialist, Forest Health, Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management, Phoenix, Arizona
Application deadline September 25, 2017. More information and search for job title.
Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies, University of New England, Biddeford, Maine
Application deadline September 30, 2017. More information.
Professor and Deputy Director, Enterprise, Monash Sustainable Development Institute, Monash University, Australia
Application deadline October 1, 2017. More information.
Professor and Deputy Director, Research, Monash Sustainable Development Institute, Monash University, Australia
Application deadline October 1, 2017. More information.
Environmental Resources Planner, Capital Area Regional Planning Commission, Madison, Wisconsin
Application deadline October 6, 2017. More information.
Professor, Division of Biology, Konza Prairie Biological Station, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas
Application review begins October 16, 2017. More information.
Communications Manager, Water Council, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Application deadline October 20, 2017. More information.
Ecosystem Restoration Scientist, The Nature Conservancy, Franklin Grove, Illinois
Application deadline October 20, 2017. More information.
Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, The Earth Institute, Columbia University, New York, New York
Application deadline October 31, 2017. More information.
ABCRC/LTER Site Director, University of Virginia, Virginia Beach, Virginia
More information. Search for posting number 0621588.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, Palo Alto, California
Application deadline December 20, 2017. More information.
Assistant or Associate Professor, Coastal Ecology, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
More information Posting number 0619572.
Assistant Professor, Environmental Policy, Michigan Tech, Houghton, Michigan
Big Sky Watershed Corps, Montana
Communications Manager, National Audubon Society, Phoenix, Arizona
Conservation Alliance Engagement Coordinator, Central Arizona Conservation Alliance
Director, Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch, Elgin, Arizona
Environmental Manager, Recology, San Francisco, California
Executive Director, Friends of the Verde River Greenway, Cottonwood, Arizona
Global Food Lead Scientist, World Wildlife Fund, flexible location
Global Forest Lead Scientist, World Wildlife Fund, flexible location
Global Wildlife Conservation Lead Scientist, World Wildlife Fund, flexible location
Volunteer Coordinator Intern, International Society of Sustainability Professionals
Jobs at Recycle1, Phoenix, Arizona
Manager, Economic Development, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, Phoenix, Arizona
Northeast Program Coordinator, Mattress Recycling Council, Connecticut and Rhode Island
Policy Manager, National Audubon Society, Phoenix, Arizona
Program Assistant, Devens Eco-Efficiency Center, Devens, MA
Program/Logistics Planner, Mattress Recycling Council, Southern California
Supply Chain Sustainable Intern - Summer 2017, Cox Communications, Phoenix, Arizona