Dr. Carroll at the Forefront of Indigenous Data Sovereignty
Stephanie Russo Carroll, associate director of the UArizona Native Nations Institute, encourages institutions to adopt policies and practices that recognize Indigenous Peoples' right to control data about their people, lands, and cultures.
Professor Whiteman Runs Him Weighs in on Established Water Rights Doctrine
University of Arizona Law Associate Clinical Professor and Tribal Justice Clinic Director Heather Whiteman Runs Him joined a coalition of Indian law professors and lawyers from the Native American Rights Fund to file an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Arizona v.
Professor Williams is a featured speaker, alongside UA Professor Stephanie Russo Carrol and IPLP alumni Gabe Galanda and Michelle cook, for the Teaching Truth to Power: Critical Race Theory Summer School, taking place online July 18-22
This year’s sessions will explain why and how race and CRT are being deployed in current legislative assaults on honest and inclusive education and what advocates need to understand about the disinformation campaign.
Jennifer Martin Joins JAMA Network Advisory Board
Jennifer Martin, a librarian in the Health Sciences Library and clinical instructor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science, has been named to the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Network Library Advisory Board.
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.
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.