Partnering for Resilience

How universities can help break cycles of recurrent crisis: An interview with University of Arizona Research, Innovation and Impact’s Greg Collins and Eric Bergthold.

Surrounded By Desert Beauty, The Trail Leading Up Arizona’s Tumamoc Hill Is A Hiker’s Paradise

Tucson is an outdoor adventurer’s paradise, with a seemingly endless array of hiking trails to choose from. One of our very favorites is Tumamoc Hill, both for its unparalleled city views and relative ease – it’s a straight shot from the base to the summit! This hike is a real treat, and it’ll quickly become one of your favorite spots to enjoy nature without straying too far from home.

Chomsky and Pollin: COP26 Pledges Will Fail Unless Pushed by Mass Organizing

Robert Pollin and Noam Chomsky share their insights about the upcoming global climate summit and what must ultimately be done to save humanity and the planet from a global climate catastrophe.

UArizona-Led Team Finds Nearly 500 Ancient Ceremonial Sites in Southern Mexico

The discovery shifts researchers' understanding of the relationship between the Olmec civilization and the subsequent Maya civilization.

University of Arizona launches program to work with tribes on sustainability

The University of Arizona (UofA) has launched the Indigenous Resilience Center, a new initiative to support national and international Indigenous communities’ abilities to respond to environmental challenges such as climate change, droughts, flooding and pandemics.

Christopher B. Yazzie, Diné College, Class of 2012

Christopher B. Yazzie is a member of the Navajo Nation. He is Tó’adheedlíinii (Water Flows Together clan), born for Bííh Bitoodnii (Deer Spring clan). He was born and raised in the Navajo Nation and is from Tuba City and Dinebito Dam, Arizona. Yazzie is currently pursuing a PhD in chemical and environmental engineering at the University of Arizona (UA), but his higher education began at Diné College nearly a decade after graduating from Tuba City High School