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.

Haury Profile - 15 September 2020

Dr. Carrie Nuva Joseph. Research Associate, Center for Indigenous and Environmental Health Research, UArizona College of Public Health

Dr. Joseph is a member of the Hopi Tribe and her Tribe’s first female Ph.D. scientist, allowing her to advocate for her community using science and Hopi ways of...

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Announcements - 1 September 2020

The Haury Program announces funding for three water-related projects in the Navajo and Hopi Nations

Mark Sorensen, STAR School (Painted Desert Demonstration Projects, Inc) and Jing Luo, Appex Apllied Technology, Inc. lead the "Water Bus" and "Air to Water" projects. The...

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Outcomes - 26 August 2020

The Bio/Diversity Project. 2020 Program Report

Research shows that creating environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable communities requires the inclusion of all members of society in discussions of...

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Haury Profile - 20 August 2020

Faculty Fellow Patrisia Gonzales connects people with resources and across Indigenous experiences and histories

“I carry the story of many women’s and peoples in my belly. I carry the stories of women whose children were murdered. I carry the stories of Indigenous women who had...

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Outcomes - 14 August 2020

A Student’s Journey: Changing the Landscape of Higher Education and Workforce on the Tohono O'odham Nation

A Student’s Journey (ASJ) is an innovative educational program that aims to establish a clear path to help tribal college students transfer to the university. Daniel...

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Spotlights - 21 July 2020

Together, we can and must do more. We also can and must do more together.

Two weeks ago, Haury had a conversation with Nikki Tulley, a second-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Environmental Science with a concentration in Hydroscience at...

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