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Professional Development Certificate in Tribal Courts and Justice Administration
Sign up now for a 65% discount for the Professional Development Certificate in Tribal Courts and Justice Administration available online via the Pascua Yaqui Tribe - University of Arizona Microcampus starting January 10 2024.
Dr. Johnson Represented UArizona and the Indigenous Resilience Center at the U.N. COP28 Climate Change Conference in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
COP28, held in Dubai, brought together over 70,000 global delegates, including state representatives and experts, to discuss urgent climate actions and featured significant contributions from the University of Arizona and Indigenous perspectives.
Searching for answers to today's questions in Native communities' venerable traditions
University of Arizona anthropologist Edward A. Jolie studies perishable, organic materials to learn about human history in the Americas. As he works to make his discipline more inclusive, he sees how the past can help solve today's challenges.
Large UA representation at 2023 AISES National Conference underscores the importance and commitment of supporting indigenous students in STEM
What is the one conference to attend if you are an “IndigeNerd” or supporting indigenous students on their path to careers in STEM? Over 3,000 participants of the 2023 AISES National Conference held in Spokane, WA between October 18th and 21st would most likely agree that it was the one!
The first Arizona Tribal Sovereignty Forum brought together tribal leaders and legal experts at the University of Arizona
On Wednesday, September 13th, the University of Arizona welcomed top national tribal law experts and Arizona tribal leaders as a part of the 2023 Arizona Tribal Sovereignty Forum to provide legal analysis and expertise on the recent US Supreme Court cases.
Six Haury Native Pathways Graduate Research Awards Awarded This Summer!
The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice is pleased to announce six graduate students were awarded the Haury Program Tribal Resilience Native Pathways Award for the 2023/2024 academic year