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UA Graduate Students selected as a finalist for MIT Solve Indigenous Communities Fellowship!
UA graduate students Chantel Harrison and Jaymus Lee were recently selected as a finalist for this year's prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Solve Indigenous Communities Fellowship with their project called Indigeponics: Resiliency & Economic Development.
University of Arizona Indigenous Resilience Center (IRes) is hiring a Senior Assistant to the IRes Director!
The Senior Assistant to the IRes Director will provide general administrative support and assistance in a dynamic and critical role within the Center. This position will support the Director through Federal, Tribal, private, and foundation funding opportunities.
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.
Virtual consultation with the Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples on Tourism and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
The Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples will hold a virtual consultation to inform his annual report to the United Nations General Assembly on Tourism and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The Special Rapporteur wishes to receive inputs by way of response to the questions that
Call for inputs: Green financing, a just transition to protect Indigenous Peoples’ rights
The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples requests inputs from Member States and inter-governmental entities, UN agencies, Indigenous Peoples and organizations, particularly Indigenous women’s organizations, civil society actors, humanitarian and development organ
American Indian Youth Wellness Camp is Hiring a Research Assistant!
The UArizona Family & Community Medicine's American Indian Youth Wellness Initiative is hiring a Research Assistant responsible for contributing to day-to-day research activities and contributing to research progress and evaluation, providing critical project updates to the study team.
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.