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Native Voices in STEM Seminar Series
Rethinking Tribal Resource Governance in an Era of Climate Change
Dr. Andrew Curley, Diné
October 21, 2020
Dr. Andrew Curley is Assistant Professor in the School of Geography, Development & Environment at the University of Arizona. Contact Dr. Curley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Indigenous Ecosystem Stewardship
Dr. Joseph Brewer, Cherokee Nation & Oglala Lakota
September 16, 2020
Dr. Joseph Brewer is Associate Professor of Environmental Studies and the Director of the Indigenous Studies Program at the University of Kansas. He received his PhD in Arid Lands Resources Sciences from the University of Arizona, where he was a Sloan Scholar.
Working with Tribal Nations in Natural Resources & Climate Change
Dr. Casey Thornbrugh, Mashpee Wampanoag
April 28, 2020
Dr. Casey Thornbrugh (Mashpee Wampanoag) is the Tribal Climate Science Liaison for United South & Eastern Tribes, Inc., and Northeast/Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Centers.
Trees, Water, & People
Mr. James Calabaza
March 4, 2020
Mr. James Calabaza is the National Program Coordinator for Trees Water & People. He spoke about the mission of empowering Native communities to move toward a renewable and cleaner world.
Engineering with Leadership in the Indian Health Service-SFC Program
Part of the Alumni Lunch Series
Dr. Peter Littlehat
February 21, 2020
Dr. Peter Littlehat is the District Engineer for the Indian Health Services Sanitation Facilities Construction program. His primary responsibility is to provide safe drinking water and sanitation facilities to Navajo homes.
Dr. Tommy Jones: Native Voices in STEM Seminar
Dr. Tommy Jones
February 5, 2020
Dr. Tommy Jones is an environmental engineer with the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs. His focus is on developing renewable energy projects on tribal lands.
Endocrine Disrupting Pollutants in Wastewater
Dr. Otakuye Conroy-Ben
February 5, 2020
Dr. Otakuye Conroy-Ben is Assistant Professor at the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University (ASU).
Outdoor Industry and the Food, Energy, Water Nexus
Len Necefer, PhD
September 3, 2019
Len Necefer, PhD, American Indian Studies and the Udall Center for Public Policy
Prioritization of potable water infrastructure investments on the Navajo Nation
Ronson Chee, PhD, PE
April 17, 2019
Ronson Chee, PhD, PE; Principle Water Resources Engineer, Riley Engineering
Conducting Business In Indian Country
March 13, 2019
Food-Energy-Water Challenges in a Solar and Wind Powered, Off-Grid School
February 13, 2019
A Navajo Engineer’s Perspective on Walking in Beauty on an Ever-changing Path
January 16, 2019
Arizona Tribal Extension: Supporting Tribal Communities and Extension in Indian Country
November 7, 2018
Indigenous Rights to Water and State Responsibility Under International Law
Jim Hopkins, PhD
October 10, 2018
Jim Hopkins, PhD, Associate Clinical Professor, Indigenous People's Law and Policy Program, Affiliated Professor of American Indian Studies & Latin American Studies
Nexus Thinking, Nexus Tools, Nexus Solutions: Origins and Prospects for Food-Energy-Water Systems
Christopher Scott, PhD
September 12, 2018
Christopher Scott, PhD, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy; Professor – School of Geography & Development; University Distinguished Scholar
Other Talks and Lectures
Nukescape: Uranium Impacts on Diné Lands
Mr. Perry H. Charley, Navajo
November 21, 2019
Mr. Perry H. Charley is Director and Senior Scientist at Diné College Environmental Outreach and Research Institute, and champion of Traditional Ecological Knowledge.
Everyone a Leader
October 17, 2018
Linda Alepin, Executive Professor at Santa Clara University, Retired; co-creator of Everyone a Leader and Start Smart leadership programs; founder and chair emeritus of the Global Women's Leadership Network