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The Agnese Nelms Haury Program

The Haury Program was established in 2014 at UArizona to support research and community-based outreach to solve a range of sustainability challenges and their disparate impacts. The Haury Program seeks to honor the memory of Mrs. Agnese Haury, who believed in social justice and sought to solve the many "wicked" societal and environmental problems facing our region and the world. The Haury Program is funded by a bequest from Mrs. Haury's trust and is overseen by a Donor Advised Fund board.  It is the only program with this unique governance structure at the UArizona.

The Haury Program is part of the Arizona Institute for Resilience (AIR) family. AIR is a coalition of researchers and policy experts from the University of Arizona who are consolidating intellectual resources to pursue scalable work aimed at building resilience. Together, the Haury Program and AIR pursue non-siloed collaboration across campus departments and disciplines to better bring UArizona cutting-edge research and ideas to the world.

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   We respectfully acknowledge the University of Arizona is on the land and territories of Indigenous peoples. Today, Arizona is home to 22 federally recognized tribes, with Tucson being home to the O’odham and the Yaqui. Committed to diversity and inclusion, the University strives to build sustainable relationships with sovereign Native Nations and Indigenous communities through education offerings, partnerships, and community service.  

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Announcements - 16 March 2023

Announcing UArizona Haury Tribal Resilience Initiative Native Pathways – Graduate Student Research Awards Spring 2023

The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice in 2020 announced its new Tribal Resilience Initiative (TRI). The TRI has two primary components: (1)...

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Spotlights - 23 August 2022

Two UArizona Ph.D. students and Haury Native Pathways awardees are leading the way in partnering with Tribal communities to strengthen Indigenous resilience by honoring Indigenous knowledges and respecting data sovereignty.

Natasha Riccio, a Ph.D. student in Arid Lands Resource Sciences with a Minor in American Indian Studies, and Christine R. Hodgson, a Ph.D. candidate at the College of Nursing...

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Announcements - 16 May 2022

Spring 2022 Haury Program Native Pathways awards strengthen UArizona graduate students' research in Native American resilience

Four new graduate students from the University of Arizona have joined the cohort of Native Pathways awardees established by the Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment...

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Spotlights - 26 April 2022

Drs. Karletta Chief, Diana Liverman, Sallie Marston, and Dean Emerita Toni Massaro were recognized in the Women's Plaza of Honor.

On April 11, University of Arizona professors Drs. Karletta Chief, Diana Liverman, Sallie Marston, and Dean Emerita Toni Massaro were recognized for their leadership and...

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News - 22 March 2022

The Haury Program is Pleased to Announce Daniel Sestiaga, Jr. Joined the Indigenous Resilience Center

On Monday, February 21, Daniel R. Sestiaga, Jr (Ft. Yuma Quechan) became the Program Manager of the AIRES/Haury Indigenous Resilience Center (IRC). The IRC is a newly-...

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News - 6 October 2021

The Haury Program honored three outstanding Diné leaders working on clean water access issues in the Navajo Nation

On September 25, the Haury Program celebrated three exceptional tribal resilience leaders who helped forge the partnership that advanced the Navajo Nation’s Water Access...

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