After more than a half century of adding taped interviews, cabinets full of correspondence, 200 files on specific archaeological sites, hundreds of color photographic slides and books on history, archaeology and anthropology to weigh down the corner office, Little Big Horn College library staff have been slowly hauling the collection to Crow Agency.
As a student at Blackfeet Community College, Ashley Loring was once asked to give a presentation at a college in Bozeman about buffalo, her ex-boyfriend Calvin DeRouche said. Her speech earned her praise across the reservation.
High school students from the Four Corners region and across the Navajo Nation assembled at Navajo Technical University (NTU) to showcase their talents in academic contests and to explore higher education opportunities.
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Rumors of an individual armed with a gun somewhere in the area between Haskell, Broken Arrow Elementary, and South Middle Schools prompted a lockdown at Haskell Indian Nations University.
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Sixteen scholars in programs from the Office for Diversity in Science Training (ODST) participated the 2017 Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science conference earlier this month in Salt Lake City.
“We had reached a point in history where we could not tolerate the abuse any longer, where mothers could not tolerate the mistreatment that goes on on the reservations any longer,” he said. Dennis J. Banks, the militant Chippewa who founded the American Indian Movement.
Cankdeska Cikana Community College on Spirit Lake is one of five tribal colleges participating in the program across the Great Plains.
Enthusiastic participants in the 12th annual Pumpkin Run and Walk didn’t let morning rain showers dampen the spirit and fun of the event this past weekend.
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Almost all the owners interviewed said their pets were fixed and up-to-date on their shots, thanks largely to the nearby Navajo Technical University veterinary clinic.
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The $20,000 grant supports the award-winning MAPS free after-school program serving four county schools, a summer session, work with the Salish-Kootenai College on the reservation, and an expansion to the Blackfeet Reservation.
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"Everything has a story," said Linwood Tall Bull, an instructor at Chief Dull Knife College in Lame Deer. "The only thing I can't find a story for is a Big Mac, even though I like them."
With much of the country still recognizing and celebrating Columbus Day, the College of the Muscogee Nation took its lead from a growing number of cities and colleges across the country in their decision to adopt Indigenous People’s Day.
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Since 2004, the American Indian College Fund has awarded the Mellon Career Enhancement Fellowship to deserving tribal college and university (TCU) faculty who are in the final stages of their doctoral programs so that they can complete the writing process of their dissertations.
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United Tribes Technical College opens “Horror on Harmon” for two terrifying nights Oct. 27-28 on the college campus at 3315 University Drive in south Bismarck.
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It’s time to lace up your running shoes and register for northern Minnesota’s oldest and largest Halloween-themed race! Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College (FDLTCC) will be hosting the 12th annual Pumpkin Run and Walk at 10:00 a.m.
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Black Hills State University in South Dakota honored Dr. Lionel Bordeaux (Sicangu Lakota), president of Sinte Gleska University (SGU) and the longest-serving university president in the United States,
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Guinn, a member of the research faculty at UTTC, where she has taught for nine years, will discuss bat populations in terms of their benefits, economic value and briefly describe ongoing research that is laying a foundation for bat conservation in North Dakota.
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While the numbers above may not seem to be high-leverage bonanza, a better understanding of this community can illuminate tremendous opportunities to hire world class talent from the collective of the first inhabitants of North America.
Dr. John Phillips is executive director of First Americans Land Grant Consortium (FALCON) and the land-grant director at the American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC).
Tetra Tech will work with Navajo Technical University in New Mexico to train Navajos to assess and clean up uranium waste.