Posts tagged: American Indian - Diverse

Tribal Officials: Indian Education Needs Money

by Chet Brokaw, Associated Press | August 9, 2010
American Indian students could achieve more academically if their crumbling schools are fixed, [...] Read more

Award-Winning Journalist Recalls Intervention by College Professor

by William J. Ford | August 2, 2010
With assistance from a caring professor, CBS news correspondent Byron Pitts overcame illiteracy [...] Read more

American Indians Grow Wary of Genetics Research

by Mary Annette Pember | June 23, 2010
In the wake of the Havasupai-Arizona State University genetics research dispute, some tribes ha [...] Read more

Climate Change-Themed STEM Curriculum Developed for Tribal Colleges

by Mary Annette Pember | March 29, 2010
An AIHEC partnership helps tribal colleges build capacity to sustain science and technology edu [...] Read more

Preserving a Native Language and Culture

by Mary Annette Pember | March 11, 2010
With the Myaamia Project at Miami University, the Miami Tribe seeks to rediscover its language [...] Read more

JACKSON TIPS HIS CAP TO AMERICAN INDIAN COLLEGE FUND

| November 26, 2009
Los Angeles Lakers coach Phil Jackson is donating the proceeds from his \"X\" cap, which commem [...] Read more

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan at the Tribal Nations Conference

| November 11, 2009
Duncan addresses reasons why students struggle and proposes ways to help Native American studen [...] Read more

Tribal Leaders: ‘We Need to be Respected’

by Karen Shih | November 6, 2009
Before the largest gathering of tribal leaders in U.S. history Thursday, President Barack Obama [...] Read more

Obama To Host Nation-To-Nation Conference

by Diverse Staff | November 4, 2009
President Barack Obama on Thursday will host the White House Tribal Nations Conference, meeting [...] Read more

U of ND Faces Deadline on Fighting Sioux Name

by Dave Kolpack, Associated Press Writer | September 28, 2009
Unless the University of North Dakota gets the support of the state's two Sioux tribes by [...] Read more

SPECTRUM:A POINEER FOR AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION

by MARY ANNETTE PEMBER | July 9, 2009
In 1978, Joe McDonald of the Confederated Salish Kootenai tribes dreamed of a decent building f [...] Read more

Yale’s Skull and Bones Society Sued Over Geronimo’s Remains

by Stephanie Reitz, Associated Press | February 24, 2009
HARTFORD, Conn. — Geronimo's descendants have sued Skull and Bones — the secret society at [...] Read more

Course Gets Teachers Ready for Reservations

by Jasa Santos for Reznetnews.org | January 26, 2009
The University of Wyoming has developed a new graduate course designed to help educators who ar [...] Read more

Arizona Tribe’s Suit Over Research Revived

by Associated Press | December 4, 2008
An Arizona appeals court panel ruled that the Havasupai American Indian tribe can proceed with [...] Read more

A Steward of American Indian Education

by Mary Annette Pember | November 27, 2008
David Gipp has been involved in the tribal college movement from the beginning and continues to [...] Read more