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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, received the Haury Program Native Pathways award in May and are ramping up their research this fall.
 

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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 and Social Justice in 2021. The award, created by the Haury Program to strengthen UArizona programs and assist people devoted to Native and Indigenous resilience education, research, and outreach, supports the research of graduate students who bring knowledge and experience on matters relevant to Native Americans. 
 

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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 contributions to society and the environment and for inspiring a new generation of scholars advocating for community-driven solutions to the world's challenges. 
 

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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 Coordination Group (WACG) mission. The WACG mission was to identify, acquire, prioritize, and use available resources to increase access to quality water for off-grid tribal homes. The mission’s success would not have been possible without the three honorees’ commitment to their community.