A new $3 million NSF grant will support recent graduates seeking research opportunities and career training in Southwest climate adaptation. Primarily from Indigenous and Hispanic/Latine backgrounds, fellows will work on a research project co-developed with Tribal communities, as well as engaging in mentoring, networking, and career development activities. The grant is co-awarded to NAU (the Center for Adaptable Western Landscapes) and Navajo Technical University (Environmental Science and Natural Resources). At NAU it is led by PI Amy Whipple (Biological Sciences) and Co-PIs Anita Antoninka (Forestry), Sara Souther and Rebecca Best (School of Earth and Sustainability), and Cathy Propper (Biological Sciences). Read more at NAU News or visit the RaMP website to apply!