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 July 2023

The first ever CIELO Tribal Nations of Arizona program was a great success!

Have you ever build a greenhouse using traditional Hopi building techniques? University of Arizona students got a chance to do just that this past June as a part of a new...

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News - 19 May 2023

2023 Tribal Environmental Health Forum

"Elevating Traditional Knowledge to Achieve Environmental Health Justice in Indigenous Communities" was the topic of the Southwest Environmental Health Science...

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News - 30 March 2023

2022 Haury Program Tribal Resilience Awardees Honored at Special Evening Event

Colleagues, friends, and family gathered with the UArizona Haury Program on Monday evening, March 13, 2023 to honor the 2022 Haury Program Tribal Resilience Awardees. This...

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Announcements - 16 March 2023

Announcing UArizona Haury Tribal Resilience Initiative Native Pathways – Graduate Student Research Awards Spring 2023

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)...

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News - 1 October 2022

Haury Program Representing UA at the 2022 AISES Conference

It was great meeting old friends and making new at the 2022 National AISES Conference in Palm Springs, the premiere gathering of Native students in STEM.   ...

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Spotlights - 23 August 2022

Two UArizona Ph.D. students and Haury Native Pathways awardees are leading the way in partnering with Tribal communities to strengthen Indigenous resilience by honoring Indigenous knowledges and respecting data sovereignty.

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...

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