Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice

  • The Haury Program Releases Its New Community Partner Directory

    The Haury Program has compiled listings for over 400 organizations working in environment and social justice throughout the Southwest in their new Community Partner Directory. The program hopes it will help facilitate new partnerships and collaboration, and assist in identifying and filing gaps in services in the community.​

  • Community-University teams launch projects to green streets in South Tucson

    Tucson Clean and Beautiful and Women in Science and Engineering lead seed grants selected in Spring 2016.

  • Spring 2016 Visiting Fellowships focus on cities’ sustainability and food and water in arid lands

    The Haury Program is awarding $20,000 to visiting scholars to work with Tucson schools and participate in a fall conference hosted at the University of Arizona.

  • The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice announces the Native American/First Nations Scholarship at Oxford University for 2017.

    Linacre College of Oxford University is now accepting applications for the Oxford-Agnese Nelms Haury Scholarship for 2017.

  • Haury Program Challenge Grant April 2017

    On April 25, 2017, the Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice awarded the 2nd Challenge Grant to STEM RISE Arizona


    In March 2016, Haury Program seed grant recipients, SERI and UA, began preparing promotoras to work in southern Tucson communities on issue of climate change. Dr. Monica Ramírez-Andreotta of the Department of Soil, Water and Environmental Science leads a class activity during the promotora workshop. 

  • Haury Program Inaugural Challenge Grant April 2016

    On April 19, 2016, the Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice awarded the inaugural challenge grant to K’é bee da’ahiiniita: Strength Through the Diné (Navajo) Clan System to Respond to the Gold King Mine Spill.

  • Investing in university-community projects to promote adaptability and resilience.

    The Haury Program announced the selections for its 2016 competitive grants to support partnerships between communities and University of Arizona researchers to work on solutions to social and environmental challenges.


    Maribel Alvarez, Associate Professor, UA School of Anthropology, and executive director of the Southwest Folklife Alliance launched a collaborative project with traditional Yaqui authorities in March 2016.