Explore our Searchable Database of Sponsored Research & Engagement with Native Nations
In FY 2023, researchers at the University of Arizona actively engaged in more than 180 projects in Arizona and around the country that involved tribal communities. These projects ranged from the preservation of archaeological discoveries at the Arizona State Museum to the large-scale All of Us Research Program funded by the National Institutes of Health, among many others.
***The database below provides the list of sponsored projects that were active in FY 2023.
|Climate, Culture, Movement: Navigating Decision-Making in a Shifting Landscape for a Resilient United Houma Nation||College of Social & Behavioral Sciences (SBS)||Tulane University||Austin, Diane E||The United Houma Nation, Louisiana||Active|
|Collaborative Research: Building the Plains-Pueblo Macroeconomy at Picuris, New Mexico, 1400-1750 CE||College of Social & Behavioral Sciences (SBS)||National Science Foundation||Jolie, Edward||Pueblo of Picuris, New Mexico||Active|
|Collaborative Research: Disciplinary Improvements for Past Global Change Research: Connecting Data Systems and Practitioners (FAIROS)||College of Social & Behavioral Sciences (SBS)||National Science Foundation||Thomer, Andrea||Active|
|Collaborative Research: Perspective Taking and Reported Speech in an Evidentially-Rich Language||College of Social & Behavioral Sciences (SBS)||National Science Foundation||De Lima Silva, Wilson||Kofan Nation - Ecuador and Colombia||Active|
|Collaborative Research: Sustainable Management of Human Organic Pollutant Exposure (HOPE) at Formerly Used Defense Sites in the Changing Arctic||College of Public Health||National Science Foundation||Von Hippel, Frank A||Qawalangin Tribe||Active|
UArizona Sponsored Projects Active Awards with Native Nations FY2023
Total Obligated Funding $249,700,425
(note: total award amount, not broken down by length of project)