Friday, September 15, 2017
We are excited to announce a new partnership with the Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) to offer our “January in Tucson” (JIT) Indigenous governance education curriculum during “October in Sydney 2017.” The Jumbunna Institute will convene its Indigenous Nation Building International Workshop Series from October 19 – November 4, 2018, and replicate several of our Native nation-building, Indigenous governance, and Indigenous data education sessions.
Image courtesy University of Technology Sydney
Six of our regular JIT faculty... Read More
Tuesday, August 29, 2017
The Indigenous Governance Program (IGP) is expanding our tribal governance education curriculum and will offer a new, 4-part Tribal Business Series (TBS) during our upcoming “January in Tucson 2018” (JIT 2018) flagship event.
The new TBS was carefully designed to provide Indigenous leaders, administrators, and program managers with innovative, tribal governance education that supports Native nation building via economic development. Each of the four TBS courses demonstrates how institutions of governance can help Native Nations grow sustainable tribal business enterprises, foster effective tri... Read More
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
The Indigenous Governance Program at the Native Nations Institute, University of Arizona is pleased to announce that it will begin accepting registrations for the upcoming January in Tucson 2018 intensive educational session.
For three weeks each year, the January in Tucson event provides an opportunity for students, tribal leaders, community members, and interested individuals to come together and learn from top experts in the field of Indigenous governance and Indigenous rights. Participants are able to explore a wide selection of course options ranging from Native Economic Development to ... Read More
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
We extend heartfelt congratulations to renowned January in Tucson faculty member and friend, Professor Robert A. Williams, Jr. (Lumbee).
Prof. Williams was recently awarded the 2017 “Lawrence R. Baca Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Federal Indian Law,” by the national Federal Bar Association Indian Law Section. He will be honored at the upcoming 42nd Annual Federal Bar Association’s Indian Law Conference on April 7, 2017, in Scottsdale, Arizona. Professor Williams has served as JIT faculty since the program’s inception in 2012, and is the E. Thomas Sullivan Professor of Law and... Read More
Thursday, February 23, 2017
This year’s JIT welcomed a record-setting 90 students to Tucson for Indigenous governance-focused intensive, 3-day classes, providing over 300 university and continuing education credits to participants. The event is the largest of its kind in the United States.
Founded in 2012, January in Tucson is an annual effort to provide Indigenous leaders, students, tribal professionals, and others working with Indigenous nations around the world with access to cutting-edge research tools on Indigenous rights and governance.
During January in Tucson, courses such as Native Economic Development and Const... Read More