From Scholar Orientation to the Udall Alumni Association to the Stewart L. Udall Parks in Focus program, there are
many ways for scholars and alumni to stay connected to each other and the Udall Foundation.
The Udall Scholar Orientation takes place each August in Tucson, Arizona and brings Udall Scholars, alumni, faculty
representatives, Udall family members, and Foundation staff together to network, share ideas, hear from distinguished
leaders, and see, first hand, what it means to be a part of the Udall legacy. Visit our
Scholar Orientation page for more information,
and ways that alumni can be involved.
Scholar and Native Network Listservs
The Udall Foundation maintains two listservs: the scholar listserv is for Udall Scholar alumni and Honorable Mentions;
the Native network listserv is for American Indian alumni of the Foundation’s scholarship and internship programs. Alumni
use the listservs to share employment, internship, and scholarship opportunities in the areas of the environment, health
care, and Native American public policy; arrange regional alumni get-togethers; and discuss "best practices" for the
environment and tribal sovereignty. If you're an alumnus of the scholarship, internship or fellowship programs, and you’d
like to sign up for one or both listservs, contact Jane Curlin.
Udall Alumni Website
Log in to the alumni website to update your profile and browse through
updates from other alumni, our quarterly all-alumni newsletter, and photos from the internship and scholarship programs
(2004-present). Forgot your password? Contact Jane Curlin.
Udall Alumni Association
All alumni of the scholarship, internship and fellowship programs are members of the Udall Alumni Association (UAA). The
UAA sponsors biennial alumni reunions, regional networking, such as get-togethers and potlucks in cities and countries
around the world, and brown-bag discussions and webinars. If you'd like to be involved with the UAA, email
email@example.com. To stay up-to-date on alumni events and network with
other Udall alumni, connect with the UAA through
Parks in Focus
The Stewart L. Udall Parks in Focus program connects youth from underserved
communities to nature through photography. Our staff work with youth organizations to provide
middle-school youth with outdoor adventures, photography lessons, and environmental education through field trips to
local natural areas, and on excursions to state and national parks.
Support Parks in Focus by sharing our stories on
Twitter; comment on our
blog; or volunteer for one of our current program locations:
Tucson, Arizona; San Francisco, California; Missoula, Montana; Newago and Flint, Michigan.