Outcomes

Outcomes

Since its inception in 2015, the Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice has awarded more than $585,000 in University-Community Partnership Grants, provided more than $312,000 to student programs and scholarships and empowered researchers, professors and other professionals with more than $1.6 million to support their work.

There are many outcomes to these grants and awards. We're pleased to share some of those stories below.

Outcomes - 30 March 2018

Green Streets in South Tucson

Green Streets in South Tucson was a partnership among Tucson Clean and Beautiful (TC&B), the City of South Tucson and the University of Arizona Garden Kitchen. The...

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Outcomes - 29 March 2018

Promoting Social Equity through Community Energy Partnerships

Promoting Social Equity through Community Energy Partnerships was the result of a partnership among Sonora Environmental Research Institute, Inc. (SERI), University of...

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News - 8 October 2017

UA/Community Dialogue on Social Justice Results are Here!

Community and UA faculty, staff and students gathered on the University of Arizona campus on October 4, 2017 to participate in a dialogue on social justice. The discussion...

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Outcomes - 23 January 2017

2016 Challenge Grant: Update on King Gold Mine Spill Project

During Fall of 2016, our team continued to collaborate with the community in many different ways in order to address their continued concerns one year after the Gold King...

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Outcomes - 1 April 2016

Haury Program Inaugural Challenge Grant Awarded

The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice (Haury Program) awarded the inaugural challenge grant in to K’é bee da’ahiiniita: Strength Through the...

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News - 15 January 2016

Community-University Teams Launch Projects to Green Streets in South Tucson

The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice is pleased to announce its awarded Spring 2016 Seed Grant project recipients: Green Streets in South...

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