Spring 2017 Visiting and Faculty Fellows
Congratulations to our newest Visiting Fellow, Kathy Jetñil-Kijiner. Jetñil-Kijiner is a well known climate communicator recognized most notably for her performance of her poem, “Dear Matafele Peinem”, which she wrote to her young daughter. The Haury Program is ple...Continue Reading
Spring 2017 Seed Grants
The Haury Program awards 2-4 Seed Charitable Grants each year to projects that create teams of university and community members to seek solutions to social justice and environmental problems. These projects should demonstrate sustainability and foster authentic relationships between the University of Arizona and the wider community. The Haury Program congratulates three recipients during this award cycle. ... Continue Reading
Next Generation Communications Initiative Awards Summer 2017
One of the Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice’s Next Generation Communications Initiative awards, is to the University of Arizona’s (UA) James E. Rogers College of Law’s Environmental Law Society (ELS). The student-led ELS is working to establish funding for social justice, public interest internships. The Haury Program award supports four law students who are interning during Summer 2017 with social justice and environmental organizations. The students want to advocate for a cause they are passionate ... Continue Reading
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 Tucson, led by Katie Gannon, and The Bio/Diversity Project: Fostering Interest and Diversity in Environmental Science through the Lens of Biodiversity, led by Jill Williams.
Proposals for seed funding include both University of Arizona (UA) and community partners. These grants allow new projects and programs to address systemic change in environmental and social justice challenges. T...Continue Reading
Spring 2016 Visiting Fellowships Focus on Cities’ Sustainability and Food and Water in Arid Lands
Congratulations to our Spring 2016 Visiting Fellows
The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice (Haury Program) is awarding $20,000 to visiting scholars in Spring 2016. This program brings experience and new perspectives to the University of Arizona (UA) through extended stays of academic and community representatives. These fellowships are intended to strengthen collaborations of the Tucson community and UA with those working in various parts of the world.
Katie Meehan will be an Agnese Nelms Haury Visiting Fellow d...Continue Reading