UDALL FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES 2019 UDALL SCHOLARS
The Udall Foundation is pleased to announce that 55 students from 50 colleges and universities have been selected as 2019 Udall Scholars. A 14-member independent review committee selected this year's group of Udall Scholars on the basis of commitment to careers in the environment, Native health care, or Tribal public policy; leadership potential; record of public service; and academic achievement. The review committee also awarded 55 Honorable Mentions.
JOB OPPORTUNITY: PROGRAM ASSOCIATE
The Udall Foundation’s U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution (U.S. Institute) is seeking a skilled professional to serve as a Program Associate. This job is a full-time, permanent, Federal position in an Excepted Service Appointment. The location for this position is Tucson, Arizona.
UDALL FOUNDATION AWARDS 2019 NATIVE AMERICAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERNSHIPS
The Udall Foundation and Native Nations Institute are pleased to announce that 12 students from 10 Tribes and 10 universities have been selected as 2019 Native American Congressional Interns.
Parks in Focus featured on December 20th, 2018 edition of Arizona Spotlight (segment starts around the 3 minute mark)
BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS AND UDALL FOUNDATION CELEBRATE 20 YEARS OF CONNECTING TUCSON YOUTH TO NATURE THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY
TUCSON, ARIZ. [October 29, 2018] – This fall, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson (BGCT) and the Morris K. Udall
and Stewart L. Udall Foundation (Udall Foundation) celebrate 20 years of partnership on the Stewart L. Udall
Parks in Focus® Program—an education program of the Udall Foundation that connects youth from underserved
communities to nature and our nation’s public lands through photography and outdoor learning.