Friday, February 22, 2019
January in Tucson 2019 welcomed 74 participants from around the world a three-week, intensive Indigenous governance education session. Now in its seventh year, JIT offered 14 of its 15 course catalogue to attendees, and provided complimentary access to NNI’s online Rebuilding Native Nations: Strategies for Governance and Development Introductory Course.
In addition to the three week program, six individuals were selected to be a part of the Tribal Professionals Cohort, a selective group open to tribal professionals at any level who work with federally recognized Native Nations and Indigenous... Read More
Thursday, September 20, 2018
Registration is now open for our sixth annual January in Tucson (JIT) event. This year, we are offering fourteen courses on topics ranging from Native Economic Development to Comparative Indigenous Governance. Participants can earn a Continuing Education Certificate from Native Nations Institute after completing six JIT courses.
Since its inception in 2012, JIT has attracted participants representing more than 50 Indigenous nations from 6 continents, who combined earned over 600 continuing education, or academic credits through IGP course offerings. Program Manager Tory Fodder (Taos Pueblo)... Read More
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
This past spring, Indigenous Governance Program faculty member, and Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program co-founder, Robert A. Williams was named a Regents Professor at the University of Arizona - the highest distinction for tenured faculty offered by the State of Arizona.
Watch Professor Williams discuss what makes the January in Tucson experience unique, and reflect on over thirty years of teaching:
Thursday, April 26, 2018
On April 5th and 6th, Indigenous Governance Program (IGP) staff attended the Federal Bar Association 43rd Annual Indian Law Conference (FedBar) at the in Scottsdale, AZ. Our staff met and spoke with some of the best and brightest legal practitioners, students, elected tribal leaders and tribal citizens in Indian Country. Our annual outreach at FedBar provides us tremendous opportunities to explore how conference presenters and attendees can join our growing network of “January in Tucson” (JIT) participants.
Dr. Torivio Fodder and Verónica Hirsch
A seminar at the conference
At our recruitm... Read More
Saturday, January 20, 2018
January in Tucson (JIT), the annual intensive education session in Indigenous governance offered by the University of Arizona (UA) Indigenous Governance Program, kicked off last week by welcoming an international group of tribal leaders, citizens, legal practitioners, scholars, and other professionals, including members of the competitive “Tribal Professionals Cohort.”
The UA Indigenous Governance Program is an educational partnership between two units, the Native Nations Institute (NNI) at the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy and the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy (IPLP) Program ... Read More