Trainee Nikki Tulley, WRRC 2020 Photo Contest Winner
Pioneering Navajo Hydrologist Karletta Chief Honored by American Geophysical Union from December 7, 2020
Indige-FEWSS partners with the Navajo Nation in COVID-19 response from December 3, 2020
Indige-FEWSS wins People's Choice Award for Video from Thursday, May 21, 2020
NSF Indige-FEWSS presents Native Voices in STEM Seminar Series from Monday, February 3, 2020
Indige-FEWSS Spring Break Immersion in Navajo Country from Monday, March 25, 2019
UA Food-Energy-Water Research Teams With AZ Navajo College from Thursday, December 21, 2017
Navajo Hydrologist Aims to Safeguard the Resources of Her People
Dec 7, 2020
Inspired by her family and traditional upbringing on the Navajo Nation, PhD student Nikki Tulley dedicates her life to restoring balance and tackling water insecurities among Indigenous communities by studying to be one of only a few female Navajo hydrologists in the world.
Indige-FEWSS: Restoring Harmony & Resources
Sep 25, 2019
A National Science Foundation-funded collaboration between the University of Arizona and Dine Community College, the Indige-FEWSS program has enabled students to build an off-the-grid water filtration system with the ability to serve 50 families on the far-flung Navajo Nation. The goal of Indige-FEWSS is to teach the next generation of STEM professionals how to confront food, energy and water challenges in indigenous communities while letting traditional Navajo values and knowledge guide their work.