Honors Native American Summer Research Program
All Native American students (Honors and non-Honors) 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.
We celebrate the HNASRP 2022 Cohort!
Beyonce Bahe, White Mountain Apache. Honors College Biomedical Sciences Major. Winner of the 2022 Udall Undergraduate Scholarship, the 2021 Cobell Indigenous Scholarship, and Peer Mentor for HNASRP 2022. Read more about Beyonce in the NAU Review.
Matthew Greyeyes, Navajo. Honors Biomedical Sciences Major. Second Year Winner of the 2022 Cobell Indigenous Education Scholarship Honorable Mention in the 2021 Udall Scholarship , and Researcher in Insulin Resistance for HNASRP 2022.
Kaly Arvizu, Navajo. Social Work Major and Community Engagement Minor. President of the NAU Council of Indigenous Ambassadors. Researcher in Indigenous Gardens for HNASRP 2022.