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NSU, Cherokee Nation Partner to Train and Hire Language Instructors
Students hoping to major in Cherokee Language Education at Northeastern State University will receive much-needed support thanks to a new grant relationship between the Cherokee Na...
Allegations of Racism at NSU Recall Indian Education’s Darker Days
Dr. Leslie Hannah, Cherokee, believes education has taken a serious turn against Natives at Northeastern State University in Oklahoma...
First Cherokee Promise Scholar Graduates from NSU
A program started in 2011 by the Cherokee Nation to ensure more Cherokees attain college degrees graduated its first student at Northeastern State University on Saturday, May 10...
Principal Chief Baker Honored as ‘Centurion’ by NSU
Cherokee Nation Release
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker was among 10 recipients to receive this year’s Centurion Award by Northeastern State University...
Northeastern American Indian Symposium Focuses on Technology
The theme for this year’s 41 st Annual Symposium on the American Indian at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma is “Technology Future, Technology Past: A Woven Link...
NSU Native American Sorority Named Undergrad Chapter of Year
Even though the Northeastern State University Theta Chapter of Alpha Pi Omega (APiO) is a small one—only six members—they were recognized at the organization’s national convention ...
State of Sequoyah Conference To Address Native American Issues
The State of Sequoyah Conference—scheduled for September 1 and 2—will address a number of Native American issues including economic development, history, contemporary studies, as w...
Oklahoma State University Leads the Nation in Native American Graduates
A recent report published by Diverse Issues in Higher Education says Oklahoma State University (OSU) tops the nation in Native Americans who graduate with a bachelor’s degree for t...
NSU’s Yellow Ribbon Program renewed by VA for Second Year
Since the introduction of the Post-9/11 GI Bill many colleges around the country have incorporated programs to assist United States military veterans achieve academic success...
39th Annual Symposium on the American Indian at Northeastern State University
The 39th Annual Symposium on the American Indian theme will be “Hands Across Nations: Smart Legacies. Strong Spirits,” which focuses on traditional knowledge and community spirit...