Announcing the UArizona Native American Advancement, Initiatives, and Research web portal

We are excited to announce that the UArizona Native American Advancement, Initiatives, and Research web portal for Indigenous programs, research, partnerships and pathways is now live

High school playgrounds turning green thanks to Glasgow University

A PROJECT inspired by an American university to plant the seeds of climate awareness and action through gardening is branching out across Glasgow high schools.

Water Solutions on Navajo Nation: A UArizona Partnership with Sixth World Solutions

To promote sustainable solutions for marginalized communities in Arizona, the Indigenous Food, Energy & Water Security and Sovereignty (Indige-FEWSS) program partnered with Sixth-World Solutions, and together they received funding from AIR for a project that brings solar-nanofiltration systems to homes on Navajo Nation.

UA, Diné College Receive $500K USDA Grant To Train Navajo Water Scientists

The University of Arizona and the Navajo Nation’s Diné College were awarded a $500,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for training and research on water scarcity and challenges on the reservation. 

Climate change causing young adults to question having kids

Bethany Wilcox has always wanted to have kids.

“Seeing my parents and how much satisfaction and fulfillment they seemed to have from raising my sister and me, I always wanted that," Wilcox said. "I always thought that was an amazing thing.”

Diana Liverman speaking at podium in ENR2 building

Honoring Diana Liverman for her leadership in environment

The Arizona Institutes for Resilience (AIR) honors Diana Liverman with the announcement of a new undergraduate scholarship program, the Diana Liverman Scholars Program.