The Native Nations Institute’s Indigenous Leadership Fellows Program is designed to broaden Native nations’ awareness of what it takes to exercise effective self-governance and achieve sustainable community and economic development by documenting the experiences and perspectives of key leaders of breakaway Native nations. To date, five Indigenous Leadership Fellows have been selected.
Each year, full funding for three January In Tucson courses is offered to a small group of tribal professionals (10 or fewer) living and working in Arizona. This carefully selected Tribal Professionals Cohort is interested in educating themselves on how to strengthen tribal governments and tribal governance.
The Lillian S. Fisher Prize in Environmental Law and Public Policy was presented annually between 1997 and 2013 by the Udall Center to a student in the UA James E. Rogers College of Law or to a UA graduate student studying law and public policy for an essay addressing an environmental law or public policy topic. A list of Fisher Prize winners since 1997 appears below.