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Information on current or upcoming grant opportunities, plus answers to questions and materials to help prepare grant proposals.
Valuable information about how to develop successful and long-lasting collaborations, including our Community Partner Directory, a collection of programs and organizations that work at the intersection of environment and social justice in the Southwest, and our Awards Database, a comprehensive history of the Haury Program's competitive awards: University-Community Partnership Seed and Challenge grants, Faculty Fellows (since 2017) and Visiting Associates.
Project Planning and Evaluation
Links to resources within the University of Arizona that can help you build a viable project proposal.
We want you to succeed. Grant writing tips and communication tools for your project.
Conducting Research Within Native Nations
Links to resources within The University of Arizona aimed to help you conduct collaborative research or educational engagements with Native Nations/Indigenous Communities.
Yearly reporting on the Haury Program's operations and funding.
Answers to questions we've received regarding our Visiting Associates and UA Faculty Fellows awards, University-Community Partnership Grants and general questions about the Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice.
- Current and past graduate student scholars
- Our support for undergraduate education
- Current and past UA Faculty Fellows or Visiting Associates
- Current Faculty Chairs
- Our Donor-Advised Fund Board, Raising Voices Board, Advisory Council and Staff
- A short biography of Agnese Nelms Haury
- Other grant opportunities.