Hopi NARCH (Native American Research Center for Health)

Hopi NARCH  (Native American Research Center for Health) is a collaboration between the Hopi Tribe and the University of Arizona. Dr. Francine C. Gachupin is the UA Principal Investigator.

Primary components specific to Hopi students include:

Scholarly Engagement

Hopi Scholars Speakers Series, Fall 2019

Sheila Nicholas, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Teaching, Learning and Sociocultural Studies
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Jeremy Garcia, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Teaching, Learning and Sociocultural Studies
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Matthew Sakiestewa Gilbert, PhD, Professor and Head, Department of American Indian Studies
click to see video

 

Research Education and Training

There are opportunities available to participate in ongoing tribal research projects focused on behavioral interventions, community based participatory research and outreach.
 

 

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For information, please contact:

Francine C. Gachupin, PhD, MPH, Hopi NARCH co-PI  |  520.621.5072  | fcgachupin@email.arizona.edu
Royce Jenkins, Director, Hopi DHHS  |  (928) 734-3401  | RJenkins@hopi.nsn.us
Beatrice Norton, Hopi NARCH PI   |  (928) 734-3551  | BNorton@hopi.nsn.us