Honors Native American Summer Research Program
All undergraduate 1st, 2nd, and 3rd students (Honors and non-Honors) who identify with Native American, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or Alaska Native heritage have an opportunity to live on the Flagstaff Mountain Campus during the summer first 5-week session. This grant includes the cost of tuition for independent research with a faculty mentor, a single room in the Honors Residential Hall, a meal plan, and regular activities and guidance with the research cohort and a peer mentor.
Online Application for the Researchers will re-open in January 2024
Sample Researcher Application
Online Application for the Peer Mentor will re-open in January 2024
Sample Peer Mentor Application
We welcome the HNASRP 2023 Cohort and celebrate past Cohorts!
Kaylin McLiverty, BS Mathematics May 2023, first-year Graduate Student in Statistics. Winner of the 2018 AISES Scholarship, 2023 Gold Axe Award, and Indigi-Peer Mentor for NAU Office of Indigenous Student Success. Read more about Kaylin in NAU Stories.
Cole Catron, Business Economics Major. Winner of the 2023 CCC2NAU Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Student of the Year. Faculty Mentor, Nancy Baca, Director of the Franke College of Business Economic Policy Institute and Faculty, Economics.
Kaya Dickson, Music Education Major with Minor in Psychology. Winner of the 2022 Flinn Foundation Scholarship. Faculty Mentor, Karin Hallberg, Emeritus Faculty Kitt School of Music and Faculty, College of Education.
Kayden Vicenti, Double Major in Applied Computer Science-Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering. Faculty Co-Mentors, Jeffrey Meilander and Greg Caporaso of the Pathogen and Microbiome Institute.
Ryan Gilbert, History Major with Minors in Geology and Museum Studies. Faculty Mentor, Marcus Macktima, Faculty, Department of History.
Inaugural HNASRP 2022 Cohort: Beyonce Bahe, Peer Mentor; Matthew Greyeyes, Kaly Arvizu, Kaylin McLiverty, Researchers: Building an Interdisciplinary Community!