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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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arizona public media   STUDY EVALUATES TRIBAL YOUTH CONNECTIONS

July 2014

NNI researchers Jennifer Schultz, Stephanie Rainie, and Aurora Trujillo discuss in a segment on Arizona Public Media a study they are conducting to learn how young Native adults (age 18–29) who do not live on their tribal reservations stay connected to their culture and tribe. more >>
 
 
monarch butterfly   RESEARCH PROMOTES BUTTERFLY CONSERVATION

June 2014

Laura Lopez-Hoffman
, an assistant research professor at the Udall Center and an assistant professor in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment, is working with researchers, agencies, non-governmental organizations and grassroots movements to design and implement a North American recovery plan for the monarch butterfly. more >>
 
 
Indian Country Today logo   ESSAY CALLS FOR IMPROVED DATA FOR TRIBES

June 2014

NNI researchers Jennifer Schultz and Stephanie Rainie assert in a recent essay in Indian Country Today that the availability of more and better data about Native nations ultimately will lead to an improved capacity for decision making by tribal leaders. more >>
 
 
Regional Science and Urban Economics journal cover   STUDY LOOKS AT TRIBAL LAND OWNERSHIP

May 2014

NNI research director Miriam Jorgensen is co-author of a study that examined whether the form of land ownership on tribal lands (held in trust by the Federal government) might limit economic investment on American Indian reservations as compared to non-Indian lands held in fee-simple status. more >>
 
 
Udall Center building   UDALL CENTER SELECTS FELLOWS FOR 2014-15

May 2014

25th Year of the UC Fellows Program


The Udall Center has selected four UA faculty members as Fellows for 2014–15: Christopher Cokinos (English), Sapana Doshi (Geography & Development), Don Falk (Natural Resources & the Environment), and Tracey Osborne (Geography & Development). more >>
 

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UA Job Number: 55537
Review date: 6/30/2014

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