Environmental Research in Tribal Communities Training Series-Sign Up For a Spot
The Indigenous Resilience Center, in partnership with AIR, will host a six-part interactive workshop series in which a cohort will receive training and learn wise practices on environmental research with tribal communities. These workshops are designed to engage student, faculty, and staff researchers in learning about working with our tribal partners. The workshops, described on the attached flyer, will be led by colleagues from across campus who work with various communities. Each session will have an interactive dialogue, lunch, and breakout sessions where attendees can engage in exercises.
This training is sponsored by UArizona Provost Investment Funds and the TRIF Water, Environmental and Energy Solutions (WEES) Initiative, administered by the Arizona Institute for Resilience.
The IRes team is asking that members of the cohort prepare to join in for all sessions. There will be no registrations for individual sessions. These will also be in-person workshops and food will be provided.
You can register to join the cohort here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf4L-J21Vr-h5XHgecSUUfRst9hjmY-aQbpzH9bt7pcqI2VOA/viewform
For more information or questions, please feel free to contact Daniel Sestiaga, IRes Program Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information about the location for the trainings in ENR2 will be sent to participants.
This year’s program is intended to be a pilot program, with the possibility of expanding to an annual training series in future years. Please share this opportunity with relevant colleagues and sign up today to join IRes for this unique training opportunity!
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Feb. 7, 2023