- Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
- Meet UA/Sloan Scholars and Alumni!
Chad Auginash (Red Lake Band of Ojibwe), MS, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Lydia Jennings (Pascua Yaqui), PhD, Soil, Water, and Environmental Science
Tommy Jones (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma & Naknek Village Council), PhD, Natural Resources and American Indian Studies
Advice for American Indian and Alaskan Native Graduate Students
Challenges [& overcoming them] for American Indian and Alaskan Native Graduate Students
"Field Guide to Optics" by Dr. Julius Yellowhair, Optical Sciences, 2007 Graduate. Published 8/12/2020.
Water is Life Interview: The Water Solution to COVID-19 on Navajo Nation featuring Ronson Chee, Navajo, Ph.D., P.E. of Riley Engineering LLC, May 2020.
Otakuye Conroy-Ben, Ph.D. - 2019 AISES Technical Excellence Awardee, October 2019.
Next Hopi Scientist; featuring Carrie Joseph, Hopi, Ph.D., October 2019.
Lydia Jennings: 2018 American Indian Science and Engineering Society Rising Leadership Awardee.
- The University of Arizona Graduate College Application Fee Waiver: UA/Sloan applicants are eligible for a Graduate College Application Fee Waiver. Please contact Donna Treloar, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
- UA Resources & Native community connections
- New & Current Students Campus Resources
- Technical Assistance with 24/7 IT Support
- Native American Student Affairs
- Asian Pacific Student Affairs
- Native Student Clubs - note, some clubs have moved to social media for primary communications, contact Donna if you need assistance or additional information - email@example.com.
American Indian Alumni Club, Native American Research & Training Center - Student Action Advisory Board (NARTC-SAAB), etc.
- American Indian Language Development Institute (AILDI)
- Native Nations Institute
- Indige-FEWSS Fellowship - Indigenous Food, Energy, Water Security and Sovereignty
- Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy
- Arizona State Museum - American Indian Relations
- Native American Research & Training Center (NARTC)
- Women In Science and Engineering
Tucson Community Resources
- Indian Health Service in Tucson
- Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System - Arizona's Medicaid agency that offers health care programs to serve Arizona residents. Individuals must meet certain income and other requirements to obtain services.
- Tucson Indian Center
- Tucson Community Food Bank
- Tohono O'odham Farm Co-op
Internal Funding Opportunities
- The University of Arizona Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA)
Native American Scholarship Funding
- Arizona Financial Aid Trust (AFAT) Scholarship for graduate students ($3,000) - apply through Scholarship Universe (filter search for AFAT). Online programs are not eligible. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have any questions: 520-621-1959 or visit https://financialaid.arizona.edu/contact.
OSFA Tribal Liaison: Ordell Joe, 621-1858 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- American Indian Alumni's "TRIBAL NATIONS SCHOLARSHIP" is open to graduate students. Deadline to apply is March 13, 2020 for 20-21 academic year. Application for this scholarship is also through Scholarship Universe (filter on "Alumni Association" as the orgnaization and "American Indian Alumni Club" for department.
- Native American Student Affairs (NASA) has some scholarship funding for graduate students. Visit their website and click on "scholarships" for more information.
- Graduate College - The Graduate College has a variety of scholarships, visit: https://grad.arizona.edu/funding/opportunities
Helen Roberti Scholarship Fund is a Scholarship for Native American graduate students. Apply directly to the Graduate College as instructed.
_ Cobell Scholarship
- American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC)
- American Indian Scholarship Fund (AISF) - Full Circle Scholarship Fund
National Societies with UArizona Chapters
- American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)
- Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS)