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COINTELPRO, Cherokee Freedmen & Survival
St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Ryan Hensley
Fall Chinook 3rd Record Snake River Run
Pronghorns Reintroduced to Colville Rez
Red Horse Is Cracking the Custer Façade
Wab Kinew Runs for Office
Simmons: Racism, Failing School Systems
Navajo Suit Against Urban Outfitters
KivaSun Distributes Bison Through FDPIR
Indian Policy ‘Fraudulent and Brutal’
Searching for the Murdered and Missing
'Burned Over' Region Still Indian-Owned
Diné Athletes Told To Remove Hairstyle
Marijuana Is Not Our Sacrament
2016 World Hoop Dance Championships
El Jefe, The Boss, Master of His Domain
Sanders Announcement at Tribal Meeting
Rosebud Seeking Return of Relatives
Firm's Pro Bono Service Helps Tribes
ASU Students Study Yellowstone Volcano
Thing About Skins
Indian Students Rate State of the Union Address ‘Inspirational,’ ‘Optimistic’
Tanya H. Lee
American Indian college students Lydia Doza, Inupiaq/Tsimshian/Haida, and Carielle Bahe, Navajo, have at least two other important things in common...
Graduate Student to Research Intersection of Science and Traditional Knowledge
Incoming University of Montana graduate student Leanne Falcon was recently awarded a $5,000 Native Science Fellowship, which she will use for her research project during spring sem...
Alaska Native STEM Student to Join First Lady During State of the Union
President Barack Obama will deliver his final State of the Union address on January 12...
Are You Ready to Strive, Rise, Thrive? The 2015 AISES National Conference Is Coming Up
Jason Morgan Edwards
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) has been convening its annual conference since 1978. This year’s will be held November 19-21 in Phoenix, Arizona ...
SACNAS Native American Pow Wow and Cultural Celebration Starts Friday in MD
The Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in STEM (SACNAS) will hold their annual conference Pow Wow on Friday, October 30th...
Klamath Connection: Place-Based Curriculum Puts Students on the River
For thousands of years, indigenous people in Oregon and Northern California have relied on the Klamath River for subsistence, transportation and ceremonies...
Utah STEM Camp Prepares Students for High School, College, Career
Eager for a summer of learning, Native American students arrived at Utah State University Eastern Blanding June 29 for a six-week American Indian Services Pre-freshman Engineering ...
Science Can Set You Free! STEM Program Teaches Sustainable Building
Tanya H. Lee
Eleven high school students and one recent college grad from the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in South Dakota are looking at homes in their community from a new perspective following ...
NTU Graduates 185 Students—7 With Bachelor’s Degrees
In 2013, Navajo Technical University pushed to become a university, it did so to allow more students the opportunity to earn baccalaureate degrees...
Applying 'Diversity in Science Writing' to Native Journalists
This column was originally posted on MinorityPostDoc.org.
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