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The University of Pow Wow: Arizona Schools Welcome Spring in Style

The University of Pow Wow: Arizona Schools Welcome Spring in Style

Spring is student pow wow time, especially in the west where milder winter weather allows comfortable outdoor events. In the state of Arizona, home to 22 federally-recognized tribes as well as three state universities, there’s lots of planning currently underway for upcoming events. The largest and longest-running of those student-sponsored and...
Conference looks at student development

Conference looks at student development

Moscow, Idaho – Native instructors, persons working in student affairs and Native students gathered on the University of Idaho campus for a two-day “American Indian Student Development Conference.” It was an opportunity to exchange ideas and look for ideas that might improve existing programs at schools throughout the of...

Two graduate from UA American Indian studies program

Professor, former program director also honored TUCSON, Ariz. - On May 15, two students earned their doctorate in philosophy from the University of Arizona American Indian studies program. Sharon Milholand is one of those who completed the degree requirements. Her dissertation is titled ;'Native Voices and Native Values in Landscape...

Two graduate from UA American Indian studies program

Professor, former program director also honored TUCSON, Ariz. - On May 15, two students earned their doctorate in philosophy from the University of Arizona American Indian studies program. Sharon Milholand is one of those who completed the degree requirements. Her dissertation is titled ''Native Voices and Native Values in Landscape...

Scholarships

There are scores of college scholarships, many of them specifically geared toward American Indians and some for American Indians in specific fields of study. A sample of some of these scholarships and eligibility criteria are listed here. ABC New Talent Development Scholarship/Grant Program American Indian Artists (AMERINDA), Inc. and ABC, Inc. c/o AFSC Diane Fraher-Thornton 15 Rutherford New...

Montana tribal aide resigns abruptly, health a factor

HELENA, Mont. ? Tribal officials say they plan to move quickly to nominate candidates for the state coordinator of Indian affairs post opened by the abrupt resignation of G. Bruce Meyers. Citing "health and family reasons," Meyers submitted his resignation on Feb. 22, effective immediately. He was appointed to job...

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