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Wicked Water Problems

Many people and programs at the University of Arizona used the disruption of the coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to reflect and refocus. The Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice is one such program. It shifted from addressing a broad range of environmental and social justice issues to narrowing its scope exclusively to a new Tribal Resilience Initiative

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Finding Navajo History in the Trees

Chris Guiterman feels an urgency to help uncover knowledge about culturally modified trees on the Navajo Nation.


At Nearly $335M, Giving to UA Foundation Breaks Record

For the second year in a row, alumni and friends broke the record for philanthropic support of the University of Arizona, giving $334.6 million to the UA Foundation during fiscal year 2019. The previous fiscal year, the total for gifts, pledges and realized bequests topped $300 million for the first time, coming in at $317 million.