​2018-19 Udall Center Fellows Welcomed

09/19/18 07:03:am

Four University of Arizona faculty were welcomed as Udall Center Fellows at a reception on September 17th attended by faculty colleagues, University leadership, and Udall Center staff.

This year’s Fellows are:

  • Christopher Weber, School of Government and Public Policy
  • Melanie Hingle, Department of Nutritional Sciences
  • Kevin Anchukaitis, School of Geography and Development
  • Corey Abramson, School of Sociology

The Fellows program — the longest standing such program at the University — selects only a handful of University of Arizona faculty each year, ranging from many different disciplines around campus. During this time, the Fellows will be conducting research on various topics including co-production of environmental knowledge in Guatemala, using novel social scientific methods to address health disparities, developing a model of diet-sensitive disease prevention for food insecure populations, and authoritarianism, populism, and the partisan policy divide. The Udall Center Fellows program also offers a semester off from normal teaching, thus allowing for creative scholarship and pursuit of funds.

For further details, see all about the Udall Center Fellows Program

Udall Center Fellows and guests enjoy the reception.

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