Stories

Stories

Learn how the Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice is helping forge partnerships between Southwestern communities and the University of Arizona. Meet our student scholars. See the outcomes of the projects and work we've helped support.  

The stories below are the names, faces, hearts and minds of the Haury Program and the best way to understand who we are and what we support.

News - 1 April 2020

Mobilizing Resources – A Haury Program Call to Community

The Agnese Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice (Haury Program) has mobilized to link arms with University and community members seeking to infuse resources and...

By Haury Program
Announcements - 7 February 2020

Building Worker and Research Networks, and Empowering Future Scientists are Themes in the Haury Program 2019 Fall Grant Awards

The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice (Haury Program) is pleased to announce awards for its Fall 2019 competitive grant cycle. The program made...

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Spotlights - 10 October 2019

Raising community awareness about Tucson's food waste

By Cristina Moraga, Project and Intern Coordinator, and Barbara Eiswerth, Executive Director, Iskashitaa Refugee Network The Department of Nutritional Sciences (...

By Haury Program
Spotlights - 23 August 2019

Border Communities Deal with Heat-Related Risks

Extreme heat is a risk to public health, especially in cities along the U.S.-Mexico border. The risk of heat-related illnesses and deaths increases when vulnerable...

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Outcomes - 15 August 2019

University-Community Partnerships to Enhance Urban Resilience through Green Infrastructure

University of Arizona’s (UA) Udall Center for the Studies in Public Policy, Watershed Management Group (WMG), and Sonoran Institute proposed a two-year seed grant in...

By Haury Program
Spotlights - 15 August 2019

Looking for Cheap, Clean Alternatives for Home Heating in Hopi Nation

Over half of all Hopi households rely primarily on coal for home heating. After decades of providing free coal to Hopi families, the Navajo Generation Station closed...

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