The Udall Center Fellows Program, entering its 28th year, announces the selection of four UA faculty members as 2017-18 Fellows. This year’s Fellows come from three colleges: Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS), the College of Science, and the James E. Rogers College of Law
Two University of Arizona units—the Udall Center’s Native Nations Institute and Climate Assessment for the Southwest, which is housed at the Institute of the Environment—convened a policy forum on Indigenous cultural uses of water April 11- 13, 2017. Twenty-five tribal leaders and staff, Indigenous graduate students, and university faculty exchanged ideas for one and a half days to identify processes that Indigenous communities have used to strategically advance their water priorities via governance, policy, and programmatic actions.
The Honorable Fran Ulmer of the U.S. Arctic Research Commission Chair will be speaking on April 17, 2017, 4:00 – 5:00 pm, at the Student Union Ventana Room. The talk is co-sponsored by the Institute on Science for Global Policy, the University of Arizona College of Engineering, and the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy.
The University of Arizona Office of Research, Discovery and Innovation, in collaboration with the Institute of the Environment and the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, invites applications for 3-4 two-year research appointments in the recently established postdoctoral cluster hire, Bridging Biodiversity and Conservation Science (BBCS): Forecasting Future Operating Environments.
Christopher Scott, PhD, has been appointed to head the Udall Center by the UA Senior Vice President for Research, Kimberly Andrews Espy. Dr. Scott brings leadership, networking, and a strong scholarly record that will strengthen the Center’s innovative policy research, outreach, and engagement.
How physically active are you may depend, in part, on the design of your neighborhood. Udall Center researcher Adriana Zuniga-Teran and her coauthors examined the effects of four different neighborhood designs on physical activity and wellbeing...
Udall Center is cosponsoring conference, “Global Challenges: Science Diplomacy and Policy with Focus on the Americas.” Researchers and diplomats from around the world will converge on the University of Arizona to discuss science diplomacy and share concerns about the new administration
Since 2013 the Udall Center has been one of three institutional partners in the International Water Security Network (IWSN), a five-year program funded by the U.K.-based Lloyd’s Register Foundation.
IWSN is managed by the University of the West of England, in Bristol. The third partner is Monash University South Africa, in Johannesburg. The Udall Center is responsible for activities in the arid Americas and in South Asia.
The Udall Center’s work is featured in a series of colorful blogs at http://www.watersecuritynetwork.org/category/university-of-arizona/.