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Native Tribal Scholars Program Hopes to Increase Graduation Rate
August 17, 2011
A group of 38 tribal teens spent six weeks over the summer at Regis College, in Weston, Massachusetts instead of relaxing or going to summer school...
Science Careers for Native Americans Touted
August 18, 2011
Among benefits for aspiring scientists at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS) is the Native American Science Scholarship Program, with an annual application deadline of ...
230 First Nations Pull Out of National Education Panel
August 11, 2011
At least 230 First Nations in Saskatchewan, Quebec and Ontario have pulled out of regional meetings being held by the national panel that was formed to map out a new education syst...
NARF Pushes Native American CLASS Act
August 11, 2011
The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) is refocusing attention to the testimony of NARF staff attorney Amy Bowers before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs last month in suppor...
Into the Nations: Native Peoples of Arkansas and Oklahoma, 1800-1870
August 10, 2011
The Fort Smith Historical Society , in Fort Smith, Arkansas is looking for papers, displays and living history presentations covering the Native American tribes of Arkansas and Okl...
University Students Excavate Native American Historic Site
August 05, 2011
The Vore Buffalo Jump is "one of the most important archaeological sites of the late-prehistoric Plains Indians," according to VoreBuffaloJump.org ...
American Indian College Fund Promotes One of Its Own
August 04, 2011
Born and raised on the Flathead Indian Reservation in northwestern Montana, Casey Lozar , of the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, will continue his career in Native Ameri...
Intertribal Youth Trip to Northern California
August 06, 2011
From July 20 to 24 the Intertribal Youth organization held a Northern California Education Adventure that took the group from Berkeley, to the Klamath River, to the Hoopa Reservati...
First Nations Development Institute Awards Native Youth and Culture Fund Grants
July 31, 2011
A total of 23 tribes and Native American nonprofits will share in $400,000 of Native Youth and Culture Fund (NYCF) grants awarded by the First Nations Development Institute (FNDI),...
New Software Brings Hopi History to Life
August 01, 2011
A view of the landscape using the 3D software developed by Wes Bernardini...
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