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Scientists Calling for True Diversity in STEM at SACNAS Conference
Thousands of Chicano/Hispanic and Native American scientists will gather at the Long Beach Convention Center for the largest multicultural and multidisciplinary diversity in STEM e...
Teaching Culture at Soboba
Being able to have your students share with the public what they have learned is the sign of true success for any teacher...
AIGC Appoints Joan Currier Interim Executive Director
The American Indian Graduate Center has appointed Joan Currier as interim executive director...
Building Education Nations: NIEA Annual Convention Coming Up
The 2016 National Indian Education Association’s 47th Annual Convention & Trade Show will be held October 5 to 8 in Reno, Nevada at the Grand Sierra Resort & Casino ...
Karletta Chief Receives AISES Professional of the Year Award
Karletta Chief , an assistant professor and extension specialist of hydrology at the University of Arizona, has been named Professional of the Year by the American Indian Science a...
New Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School Finally Being Built
Last April, Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School Superintendent Mary Trapp made a long, long, long awaited announcement to students and staff...
Education Is a Family Affair: Mother and Daughter Graduate Together
Carol Painte Walker couldn't be more proud of her two children—30-year-old Steven, the elder of the two, graduated from United Tribes Technical College (UTTC) in Bismarck, North Da...
NMU Awarded $300K Grant to Increase Native Women in STEM
Northern Michigan University
Northern Michigan University has received nearly $300,000 from the National Science Foundation to launch a two-year pilot project designed to increase the number of American Indian...
‘Gunner’s Journey’ Video: The Long Commute to School
Getting to and from school can be a challenge for a lot of reservation kids. Gunner, 13, is a sixth grader at Black Mesa Community School on the Navajo Nation...
3 Native Students Receive $10K Scholarships from Morongo Band
Three Native American students from across California have each received a $10,000 scholarship from the Morongo Band of Mission Indians as part of the 12th Annual Rodney T...
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