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Multiple Causes Cited for Mayan Demise Including Climate Change
Two recently published studies delve into what caused the collapse of the Mayan empire, a question many archaeologists have tried answering...
NCAIED to Sponsor ASU's First Innovations Initiative to Promote Entrepreneurship in Indian Country
This summer, two student interns for the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) will get hands-on experience in developing and implementing a business ...
Navajo Student Improves American Indian Sustainability Program
Arizona State University News
Fonda Walters’ higher education journey started when she was just 5, a Navajo girl growing up in Tuba City, whose father frequently asked her at dinner, “Where are you going to col...
Construction in Indian Country Conference Addresses the Need to 'Grow Our Own'
The Construction in Indian Country initiative, now approaching its first decade of success, started with a roundtable of a few wise men—former Navajo Nation Chairman Peterson Zah; ...
Native Education Visionary Walks On
Ruth Roessel, who will forever be remembered for her work founding two schools on the Navajo Nation reservation with her husband, Robert Roessel Sr., walked on Friday, April 13 in ...
Tribal Finance Program Now Online
Arizona State University News
Distances stretch for miles on end and Internet access may be virtually nonexistent in many pockets of the nation’s Native American communities...
Navajo Student Crosses the Finish Line
A Native American student was the first in her category to cross the finish line at the First Annual Sparky’s Twilight 5K Dash held October 23 on Arizona State University’s west ca...
Native American Students Learn Entrepreneurial Skills at Arizona State University
17-year-old Jose Martinez wants to give back to his Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community , so he has made education a major goal in his life...
Native American High School Helps Students to Higher Education
Only 17 percent of Native American high school students go to college according to the American Indian Education Foundation...
Arizona State University Grad Brings Understanding of Navajo Culture
Tiffiney Yazzie grew up in northern Arizona immersed in traditional Navajo ways, and she has brought that culture to Arizona State University (ASU) through her photography, especia...
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