Native American - Higher Education
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Emerging Scholar Profile: Spoonhunter Finds Knowledge is Power in American Indian Studies

by Lois Elfman | February 6, 2018 Building mutually beneficial knowledge alliances and driving positive impact for Native America Read more
Trahant Moving Forward With Standing Rock Lecture Series

Trahant Moving Forward With Standing Rock Lecture Series

by | October 30, 2017
Native American journalist and professor Mark N. Trahant will organize a previously denied jour [...] Read more
ETS Survey Aimed at Diversifying Teaching Field

ETS Survey Aimed at Diversifying Teaching Field

by Gia Savage | September 25, 2017
ETS also has partnered with three Tribal Colleges to go even deeper than the survey, conducting [...] Read more
New Report Brings Facts to Light on Minority Serving Institutions

New Report Brings Facts to Light on Minority Serving Institutions

by Gia Savage | September 6, 2017
The Penn Center for Minority Serving Institutions report, backed by a campaign that utilized 52 [...] Read more
Yale to Remove Carving with Gun Pointed at Native American

Yale to Remove Carving with Gun Pointed at Native American

by Dave Collins, Associated Press | August 22, 2017
Yale University said it will remove a “problematic” doorway stone carving that depicts a Pu [...] Read more
Improved Advising Cited as Invaluable Tool for Tribal College Students

Improved Advising Cited as Invaluable Tool for Tribal College Students

by Tiffany Pennamon | August 3, 2017
On the final day of the Tribal College and University (TCU) Presidents’ Convening, several Ed [...] Read more
Leaders Turning to Data, Cultural Strategies to Boost Tribal Students’ Success

Leaders Turning to Data, Cultural Strategies to Boost Tribal Students’ Success

by Tiffany Pennamon | August 2, 2017
The American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) and the American Indian College Fund ho [...] Read more
Judge Dismisses Most of Title IX Lawsuit Against Haskell

Judge Dismisses Most of Title IX Lawsuit Against Haskell

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LAWRENCE, Kansas — A federal judge has dismissed most of a Title IX lawsuit filed against Has [...] Read more
Experts: Colleges’ Media Messages Need Diverse Appeal

Experts: Colleges’ Media Messages Need Diverse Appeal

by Catherine Morris | June 27, 2017
As the U.S. looks ahead to a “majority-minority” future, colleges and universities ought to [...] Read more
Montana State U., Tribal College Students to Seek Answers Together

Montana State U., Tribal College Students to Seek Answers Together

by Monica Levitan | May 22, 2017
Montana State University researchers have received a $282,000 grant from the U.S. Department of [...] Read more
‘New Life’ Initiative to Recruit American Indian Students

‘New Life’ Initiative to Recruit American Indian Students

by James Nord, Associated Press | May 21, 2017
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — South Dakota State University President Barry Dunn says he can see a futu [...] Read more
University of Wyoming to Open Native American Student Center

University of Wyoming to Open Native American Student Center

by Associated Press | March 30, 2017
LARAMIE, Wyo. — University of Wyoming officials are opening a center for Native American stud [...] Read more
Law School Program Provides Free Wills to Native Americans

Law School Program Provides Free Wills to Native Americans

by Associated Press | March 26, 2017
UPPER FRUITLAND, N.M. — A University of Denver program is helping Native Americans draft will [...] Read more
Ponca Tribe’s History Played Key Role at Conference

Ponca Tribe’s History Played Key Role at Conference

by Lydia Lum | March 20, 2017
Educators and stakeholders of two-year institutions shared best practices, along with new and d [...] Read more
University of Wyoming President Reaches Out to Reservation Schools

University of Wyoming President Reaches Out to Reservation Schools

by Associated Press | March 5, 2017
RIVERTON, Wyo. — University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols visited Wind River Indian Res [...] Read more
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