UArizona Welcomes Tribal Leaders From Across U.S. for Two-Day Summit on Education
The University of Arizona hosted nearly two dozen tribal leaders from across the U.S. for a two-day summit focused on finding ways that university scholarship and programs can better serve tribes and tribal students. The Tribal Leaders Summit, held on Oct.
Valerie Shirley and Jeremy Garcia will lead new AERA section dedicated to Indigenous teaching and teacher education
Last semester, Indigenous Teacher Education Project Directors Valerie Shirley and Jeremy Garcia were awarded the college’s Outstanding Faculty Service/Outreach Award for their dedication to Indigenous education.
UArizona Launches Center to Advance Resilience of Native Nations, Address Environmental Challenges
The University of Arizona is launching an interdisciplinary center that will work on projects and partnerships with Native American nations to advance tribal communities' efforts to respond to environmental challenges and become more resilient.
KOLD News 13 interviewed Dr. Karletta Chief, Associate Professor of Environmental Science at UArizona, to discuss the recently created Indigenous Resilience Center
The University of Arizona is partnering with Native American tribes to address the environmental challenges faced on the reservations. The University of Arizona uses its expertise in environmental research, renewable technologies, and agriculture to help the tribal nations.
Gift to Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine Will Support Medical Training for Native Healers
The University of Arizona Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine has announced a gift from Paul Stamets, an internationally known mycologist and advocate of the medical benefits of mushrooms.
Collaboration with the Navajo Nation
The Navajo Nation Department of Water Resources Library Preservation Project is a collaborative preservation and access project between the Navajo Nation Department of Water Resources (NNDWR) and the Law Library, supported by the UA’s Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice.
UArizona Continues Delivering PPE to Arizona Tribal Communities
This month Senior Vice President Levi Esquerra organized and delivered PPE to the White Mountain Apache Tribe and the Yavapai Apache Nation in Prescott. In addition to the PPE and COVID test kits delivered to Arizona tribes in 2020, the University of Arizona has delivered PPE shipments to the se
Dr. Jameson D. Lopez, UArizona College of Education, receives a Haury Program recruitment award
In March 2021, the Haury Program officially launched the Native Pathways component of the Tribal Resilience Initiative to support the recruitment and retention of faculty, researchers, students, and staff whose teaching, scholarship, or outreach centers on matters relevant to Native American and