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Advancing Indigenous Resilience through funding education, research and outreach, supporting Native American pathways, and building partnerships.

The Agnese Nelms Haury Program In Environment and Social Justice was established in 2014, and seeks to honor the life and work of Mrs. Agnese Nelms Haury. Mrs. Haury believed in social justice, and sought to solve "wicked" societal and environmental problems facing our region and our world. The Haury Program is funded by a bequest from Mrs. Haury's trust, and is overseen by a Donor Advised Fund Board. 

We are now housed under the Arizona Institute for Resilience (AIR), where researchers, educators, problem-solvers, and innovators from diverse disciplines work together to develop innovative and practical solutions to the environmental and resilience challenges we face today.

Please visit our Vision and Mission page for more information.

Call for Applications is now open for 2 Native Pathways opportunities: Graduate Student Research Awards and Tribal College Partnership Awards!

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