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Dr. Vigil-Hayes Named Maxwell-Lutz Fellow

Dr. Vigil-Hayes and her colleagues Dr. Darold Joseph (College of Education) and Dr. Alisse Ali-Joseph (Applied Indigenous Studies) were named Maxwell-Lutz Fellows for AY 20-21. Their project will investigate the challenges and opportunities associated with designing behavioral mHealth apps for Hopi youth.

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