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Tribal Administration and Governance Program Becomes a Reality
University of Minnesota Duluth
What started as a simple phone call has evolved into a four-year program with a nation-wide reach...
50 Years Later Native American Studies Still Evolving: 6 New Programs
Tanya H. Lee
Native American and American Indian Studies have been part of the landscape in higher education for half a century...
Memory & Culture in Native Portraits of Art at Tweed Museum
ICTMN caught up with Amber-Dawn Bear Robe to talk about her work on the exhibit “Blood Memoirs: Exploring Individuality, Memory, and Culture through Portraiture,” which is currentl...
M.A. Program in Tribal Governance Goes Online in 2014
On May 16, 2013, the University of Minnesota Duluth graduated its first 22 students from the master of tribal administration and governance (MTAG) program...
Mastering Tribal Governance
Tadd Johnson Think of it as GPS for those working in or for tribal government ...
University of Minnesota Duluth Approves Tribal Administration and Governance Program
Tadd Johnson, chair of the American Indian Studies Department and MTAG program director at UMD...