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Big Day for Native Languages in Alaska
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Navajo Technical University Adds Ninth Bachelor’s Degree
Navajo Technical University
Navajo Technical University has added its ninth baccalaureate degree after receiving approval from the Institutions Action Council of the Higher Learning Commission to begin offeri...
Empowering Parents Brings Community Change in Wind River
If you are a parent who has ever thought, “What can I do?” or “I am just a parent,” Clarisse Harris, Northern Paiute, has a program that might interest you...
Mentoring, Nurturing Young Lives at Chickasaw Children’s Village
Dana Lance, Chickasaw Nation
A chance meeting at a high school football game forever changed the lives of one family and dozens of Chickasaw children...
Dartmouth Grad Focuses Master’s Thesis on ‘Pride & Basketball’
Cinnamon Spear, Northern Cheyenne, grew up on the reservation and excelled academically, but always admired the natural athletic ability of others who played basketball with ease...
Student Spotlight Video: Budding Journalist Keenan Stewart
Even though Keenan Stewart is only an 11-year-old 5 th grader at Charles City Elementary School in Virginia, he is no stranger to the spotlight...
American Indians Go Ivy League
Tanya H. Lee
American Indians are underrepresented at most Ivy League schools...
United Tribes Graduates Challenged to Continue Success
This education you have is a tool for you and your family, and much more, says a Lakota/Dakota doctor who grew up at Pine Ridge. Dr...
Boeing Has Jobs for STEM Students
Gale Courey Toensing
Jonathon GreyEyes has one word of advice for Native students interested in pursuing challenging, satisfying and well paid careers: STEM ...
Navajo Technical University Awards First Degrees as University
In spite of a snowstorm that swept the northern border of New Mexico and Arizona, Navajo Technical University awarded its first degrees as a university to over 50 students in a sma...
Tribal Colleges: Changing Lives, Changing Reservations
If you are looking for an espresso in Pine Ridge, you can go across the street from the Piya Wiconi Center of the Oglala Lakota College, near Kyle, South Dakota...
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OSU Makes Effort to Recruit Native Students to Medicine, Science Careers
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