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Udall Center Fellows, 2014–15

With financial support from the University of Arizona's Institute of the Environment and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy chose four UA faculty members as Udall Center Fellows for 2014–15, the 25th year of the program's operation.

The Udall Center Fellows Program allows faculty members and researchers at the UA, with release from their teaching and other major responsibilities, to engage in research on any topic related to public policy.

Since 1990, the Udall Center has hosted 136 fellows from 42 departments and centers across ten colleges at the UA. The fellows and their projects for 2014–15 are:
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Christopher Cokinos, Associate Professor, Department of English
supported by the Institute of the Environment

As a Udall Center Environmental Policy Fellow, Cokinos will create several essays as part of a collection he titles tentatively, Tomorrow Mountains: Six Heresies to Keep a Planet Running.
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Sapana Doshi, Assistant Professor, School of Geography and Development
supported by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

As a Udall Center Fellow, Doshi will undertake a new research project on social mobilizations around corruption and accountability in two Indian cities, Mumbai and Delhi, and will prepare several scholarly articles and a research proposal.
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Don Falk
, Associate Professor, School of Natural Resources and the Environment
supported by the Institute of the Environment

As a Udall Center Environmental Policy Fellow, Falk will produce a policy working paper and a scientific article that examine the role of resilience ecology in ecosystem management and policy, specifically in the context of climate change.
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Tracey Osborne
, Assistant Professor, School of Geography and Development
supported by the College of Social and Behavioral Science

As a Udall Center Fellow, Osborne will prepare a research proposal and write a scholarly paper about climate change mitigation in forest ecosystems of southern Mexico, and will expand her work on the theory and practice of "public political ecology."
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For more information, contact Jenny Neeley at jlneeley@email.arizona.edu or 520-626-4393.

 

 

Udall Center Fellows
1990–2014

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2015–16