The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment & Social Justice is pleased to announce an open call for Native Pathways Graduate Research Award proposals to support the research of graduate students who bring knowledge and experience on matters relevant to Native American and Indigenous resilience. Graduate students from disciplines that specifically address Indigenous resilience are invited to apply. Special consideration will be given to applications to support graduate students:
- whose work addresses the water, energy and food access and challenges, and/or climate change challenges faced by Native American and Indigenous communities, especially those within Arizona; and/or
- who have experience or are interested in strengthening their skills related to specific tribal or Native Nation’s Traditional Environmental Knowledge, values, data sovereignty, or other ways of approaching resilience challenges of Native American and Indigenous communities.
These one-time Native Pathways Awards will be made on a rolling basis and evaluated as they are received. Please note: we have limited funds available, and proposals received after funds have been exhausted will not be considered. Funds are available for up to $20,000 per applicant.