Tag: Northwest Indian College
The American Indian College Fund honored 34 American Indian students attending tribal colleges March 19 at the Coca Cola Award Banquet.
Tanya H. Lee
While completing a NASA internship, Native American student Matilda Brooks made a prototype of a knee brace using a 3-D printer. She now wants to perfect the design and make it available to all.
Julie Johnson, Lummi, was named Committee Member of the Year at the Washington State Democratic Party’s 23rd annual Warren G. Magnuson Awards Banquet.
Representatives of the Lummi Nation and Saanich First Nation will dedicate a Reef Net Captain Totem Pole and two Salmon Story Boards at Pe’pi’ow’elh.
Four tribes have received a total of $1 million in Brownfields grants from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to clean up contamination.
A Native student asked Sherman Alexie what he thought about Indian gaming and the author didn’t mince words.
Margaret Agnes Cagey-Greene is being remembered as a great traditional leader who was a voice for her people and was mentor to many.
Setting Sun Productions continues to break ground in building understanding of Native American cultures and histories.
The College Fund has partnered with the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and five tribal colleges to launch an early childhood education program.
Darrell Hillaire’s Setting Sun Productions is making an educational film on climate impacts for the U.N. Summit on Climate Change in Paris.
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