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.

Spotlights - 4 May 2021

Tribesourcing Southwest Film Project, Advancing Indigenous Voices 

The Haury Program aims to promote innovative and distinctive projects advancing Indigenous voices. For this edition, we talked with Dr. Jennifer Jenkins, professor at...

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Haury Profile - 16 April 2021

Trent Teegerstrom, UArizona Tribal Extension Programs

Trent Teegerstrom is the Associate Director for Tribal Extension Programs and Extension Specialist in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. Mr....

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Outcomes - 5 April 2021

The Tucson RENT Project

When i4J and SU2J conceptualized the RENT Project in 2018, Pima County residents experienced over 13,000 evictions per year (over 1,000 per month). Evictions are...

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Announcements - 10 March 2021

UArizona Haury Tribal Resilience Initiative Recruitment Grants Spring 2021

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) to...

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Spotlights - 23 February 2021

Arizona 4-H is creating curricula for sustainable bioeconomy in partnership with New Mexico State University and Tribal Communities.

Through its education pipeline, the Haury Program invests in educational programs that deliver project-based learning activities that are culturally relevant to students'...

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Haury Profile - 7 January 2021

Kirena Tsosie, University of New Mexico Water Resources Program.

’Ádóone’é nishłígíí ’éí Tséníjíkiní nishłį. Táchii’nii’éí bá shíchíín. Naakai Dine’é ’éí dashicheii nááná Tł‘ízíłání’éí dashinálí. The clan I belong to...

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