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Montana Values Tribal Colleges—And May Back Them with Money
Tanya H. Lee
Montana’s seven tribal colleges serve more than 5,000 students, an estimated 339 of whom are not American Indian or Alaska Native and therefore are not eligible for the $5,850 the ...
Recognizing the Contributions of African American Teachers at Indian Schools
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
In recognition of Black History Month, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and the African American Museum & Cultural Center of New Mexico will explore an often overlooked chapte...
Video: Heitkamp Helps Dedicate the Week of February 8 to National Tribal Colleges
Office of Sen. Heidi Heitkamp
Perseverance Pays Off for Lumbee Graduate of Public Health Doctoral Program
UNC Chapel Hill
Lisa Huggins Oxendine graduated the University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill Gillings School Of Global Public Health’s Executive Doctoral Program in Health Leadership in December 2...
From Walking in Space to Walking at Graduation: Astronaut Gets His PhD
Herrington Aerospace Limited, Co.
Commander John B. Herrington, the world’s first indigenous astronaut, has added a new title to his name—Doctor of Philosophy...
President Obama Wants $1 Billion for Indian Education
Tanya H. Lee
President Barack Obama’s 2016 budget request includes $1 billion to transform American Indian education, a $138 million increase from the current funding level...
Measuring the World the Yup’ik Way: New Math Curriculum Adds Up to Success
Seated on a couch in their house in Manokotak, in Alaska’s southwestern Bristol Bay region, Yup’ik elders Mike and Anecia Toyukak paged through a notebook of mathematics lessons ba...
Lecture Series: Professor Explores Cultural Standards for Education Curricula
Bemidji State University
Cultural standards for educators, students, schools, curriculum and communities all across the board have been brought forward by Minnesota Native educators...
Johnson Scholarship Foundation Commits $1M to Native Entrepreneurship MBA
The Johnson Scholarship Foundation has pledged $1 million to Gonzaga University’s MBA in American Indian Entrepreneurship program to create an endowment for student scholarships in...
Colonial-Era College Works on Recruiting and Supporting Native Students
Fewer than one in 1,000 students at Rutgers University’s three campuses is Native—a disparity a grassroots group of students, professors and a Native chaplain from Canada is trying...
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