How a game and citizen scientists are being used to advance Alzheimer’s research.
Adin Tarr joined KJZZ as an intern in May 2018. She is a senior at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication with an emphasis in broadcast reporting as well as a member of Barrett, The Honors College. Tarr previously interned for the Arizona State Senate working on the education and natural resources committees. She has also been involved in various ASU broadcast organizations.
Tarr is a native of Las Vegas and enjoys hiking, spending time with friends and family and shopping in her free time.
|In Rural Arizona, Animal-Related Crashes Increase During June||Adin Tarr||Jun. 16, 2018|
|Progress On Tank Fire On Mogollon Rim Comes To A Halt||Adin Tarr||Jun. 14, 2018|
|I-17 Wrong Way Vehicle Alert System Combats Impaired Drivers||Adin Tarr||Jun. 14, 2018|
|AZ 'March For Our Lives' Holds Die-In At Capitol||Adin Tarr||Jun. 12, 2018|
|UA Recieves $1.1 M to Study Connection Between Type 2 Diabetes, Heart Disease||Adin Tarr||Jun. 10, 2018|
|Highway 377 Fire Led to Evacuations, Power Outages||Adin Tarr||Jun. 5, 2018|
|UA Study Shows Perceptions Of E-Book Ownership||Adin Tarr||Jun. 3, 2018|
|McCain's Senate Seat Will Not Be Up For Grabs During Special Election||Adin Tarr||May. 31, 2018|
|Department Of Education Website Crashes Over Weekend||Adin Tarr||May. 29, 2018|
|UA College Of Nursing Awarded $1.7 Million Grant||Adin Tarr||May. 29, 2018|
|Meghan McCain Fears Being Bullied In Public||Adin Tarr||May. 17, 2018|