Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice

  • THE AGNESE NELMS HAURY PROGRAM IN ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL JUSTICE ANNOUNCES GRANT OPPORTUNITIES FOR SPRING 2016.

    On March 15, 2016, the Haury Program opened seed grant and visiting fellowship opportunities through its Spring Requests for Proposals (RFPs). Proposals are due May 16, 2016.

  • Haury Program Inaugural Challenge Grant April 2016

    On April 19, 2016, the Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice awarded the inaugural challenge grant to K’é bee da’ahiiniita: Strength Through the Diné (Navajo) Clan System to Respond to the Gold King Mine Spill.

  • Serving Vulnerable Populations – Haury Native Nations Adaptation Program

    The University of Arizona’s Climate Center for Adaptation Science and Solutions (CCASS) serves vulnerable populations in the Southwest through its Haury Native Nations Adaptation Program.

  • A Scholarship to Build Needed Services on the Navajo and Hopi Nations

    Molita Yazzie of the Navajo Nation is the first Haury Native American/First Nations Oxford Scholarship recipient. She will complete a Master of Science in Social Anthropology in England starting in Fall 2016.

  • Investing in university-community projects to promote adaptability and resilience.

    The Haury Program announced the selections for its 2016 competitive grants to support partnerships between communities and University of Arizona researchers to work on solutions to social and environmental challenges.

  • COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP LAUNCHES PROMOTORA WORKSHOP IN CLIMATE CHANGE

    In March 2016, Haury Program seed grant recipients, SERI and UA, began preparing promotoras to work in southern Tucson communities on issue of climate change. Dr. Monica Ramírez-Andreotta of the Department of Soil, Water and Environmental Science leads a class activity during the promotora workshop. 

  • COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP LAUNCHES PROJECT TO BUILD ON YAQUI RESILIENCY

    Maribel Alvarez, Associate Professor, UA School of Anthropology, and executive director of the Southwest Folklife Alliance launched a collaborative project with traditional Yaqui authorities in March 2016.