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