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Established in 1987, the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy sponsors policy-relevant, interdisciplinary research and forums that link scholarship and education with decision-making.


The Center specializes in issues concerning: (1) environmental policy, primarily in the Southwest and U.S.-Mexico border region (2) immigration policy of the United States (3) Indigenous nations policy.

The Native Nations Institute, founded in 2001 by the Morris K. Udall Foundation and The University of Arizona, is an administrative unit of the Udall Center and serves as a self-determination, governance, and development resource for Indigenous nations.

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Udall Center building   UDALL CENTER FELLOWS PROGRAM, 2014-15

Call for Applications | Due: March 28, 2014

The Udall Center invites applications for its Fellows Program for 2014-15, the 25th year of the program's operation. Since the program's inception in 1990, the Center has selected and hosted 131 Fellows representing 40 departments and units across ten colleges at the UA.

For details, click here.
 
 
environmental research letters   STUDY LOOKS AT CLIMATE, ELECTRICITY, & WATER

An article in the online journal Environmental Research Letters, authored by Christopher Scott, associate professor at the Udall Center and the School of Geography and Development, examines the influence of electricity supply and pricing on groundwater irrigation, and related CO2 emissions, in Mexico.

To see more about this article, click here.
 
 
Udall Center Update Aug 23 2013   RECENT UDALL CENTER-NNI PUBLICATIONS

The August 23, 2013, edition of Udall Center Update presents more than 20 publications and educational resources produced recently by the research and outreach staff of the Udall Center and NNI. Topics include groundwater governance, U.S.-Mexico border environment, water-energy nexus, ecosystem services, and Indigenous nations self-determination, constitutions, and institution-building.

To see a list of these publications, click here.
 
 
2013 fisher prize report cover   2013 FISHER PRIZE PAPER

The Udall Center has awarded the 2013 Lillian S. Fisher Prize in Environmental Law and Public Policy to Caylin J. Goldey Barter, a recent graduate of the UA James E. Rogers College of Law this year. Barter's prize-winning paper, Defining the Necessary Role and Appropiriate Level of Risk in Helicopter-Accessed Wilderness Skiing, has been published by the Udall Center.

To see the paper, click here.
 
 
  ECOSYSTEM SERVICES OF MIGRATORY SPECIES

In an article published in the April 2013 issue of International Journal of Wilderness, Laura López-Hoffman, assistant professsor of environmental policy at the Udall Center, and colleagues calculate the spatial subsidies that come from protected areas' support of migratory species that provide benefits elsewhere.

To obtain a copy of the article, click here, or contact López-Hoffman at lauralh@email.arizona.edu.
 
 
  BROCHURE ON COLORADO RIVER DELTA

A new brochure, The Colorado River Delta: An Invaluable Resource for People and Wildlife, written for a broad public audience, describes the value of the Colorado River Delta's ecosystem services to people in the local region and elsewhere.

To see a pdf copy of the brochure, click here (for English) or here (for Spanish).

 

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Water Security & Transboundary Environmental Policy

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Review of applications to begin March 1, 2014.


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