TRIBAL COLLEGE JOURNAL
The word “okay” comes from which tribal language?
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WETCC will be partnering with White Earth Head Start and the University of Minnesota Crookston to offer educational opportunities for Head Start staff to obtain their associate of arts (AA) degree with WETCC or a bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota Crookston.
To win, Bullock needs every vote he can get from Montana’s traditional Democratic coalition, which is composed of seniors and conservationists and, above all, Native Americans and union workers.
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Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College (FDLTCC) is among the 30 colleges and seven universities of Minnesota State waiving application fees in October for all or part of College Knowledge Month,
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“We are also excited that Ms. Pratt has joined our team as we continue on our mission to educate Native American students. She brings a steady and expert skill set to improve Bacone College’s financial status as we transform into a tribal college.”
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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families has awarded White Earth Tribal and Community College (WETCC) a $500,000.00 grant per year for five years.
NASA’s Indigenous Peoples Pilot and the United Tribes Technical College (UTTC) are partnering to offer the virtual course "Introduction to Remote Sensing on Indigenous Lands."
Registered participants complete a five-kilometer course of their own choice between October 15 through November 1. No overall, age-group or best costume awards will be handed out this year, although participants will be encouraged to submit individual results online to be included in the official results record for 2020
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A Case-Study in Community Needs-Based Research: Sitting Bull College’s Lakota Language Capacity Building Initiative
Sitting Bull College’s Lakota Language Capacity Building Initiative is an NSF-Funded project geared toward turning a corner in Lakota language revitalization while at the same time contributing to the documentation of Indigenous languages in the United States.
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Results from the research showed that the choice of monomers and crosslinks affects the ability of the solution to form a solid gel. Increasing crosslinks allowed for more charge-discharge cycles, which translated to a higher capacity of the battery. It also allowed the battery to perform better at various temperatures, something useful in everyday application.
Red Lake Tribal leaders announced plans to begin a solar project capable of powering every casino and government building, in addition to the Red Lake Nation College campus in Northern Minnesota.
BMCC’s New Bachelor’s Program in Childhood Education Helps Schools as Michigan Faces Teacher Shortage
Bay Mills Community College (BMCC) continues to shape their educational programs to meet the needs of the job market and local students. With a shortage of teachers throughout the state of Michigan,
Thomas Atcitty, the third president of Navajo Community College (NCC), passed away October 11 of natural causes. Atcitty, who was from Shiprock, New Mexico,
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“I cannot believe that the President would not condemn [W]hite supremacy, I cannot believe the President told a [W]hite supremacist group to stand by, and I cannot believe the President tweeted afterwards for his supporters to watch the polls. I can easily believe Trump could do these things, but it’s absurd that he is the President which apparently represents the American people.
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Incoming president thanks Dr. Pearl Brower for her 13 years of service.
One of the key internship goals is, "Native American students are encouraged to share their Native American history and business knowledge to support KCATA's employee diversity and leverage vendor diversity and DBS/SBE Certification of Native firms."
The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival, in partnership with the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA), presents a program of eight feature films and 17 short films, highlighting the most exciting Indigenous themes and filmmakers of 2020.
The ultimate goal was to become a tribal college recognized under the American Indian Higher Education Consortium, which would provide federal funding to the school for its primarily Native American student population.
The new degree program will provide students the opportunity to become installers, technicians and operators of both solar and wind technologies.
Navajo Technical University’s Transportation Department Helps Students Persist with ‘Homework Express’
When COVID-19 hit the Navajo Nation in early March, Navajo Technical University’s (NTU) Transportation Department played a critical role in helping students persist by operating a homework delivery service known as the Homework Express.