Celina Gray, a Salish Kootenai College student, has been awarded the $5000 George Lea Founders Scholarship provided by the Public Lands Foundation. Gray, majoring in wildlife and fisheries biology, will begin her senior year in the fall of 2018.
More than 80 respected leaders from tribal colleges, Alaskan Native-serving and Native Hawaiian-serving institutions from across the U.S. attended the forum.
In the wake of the incident, the Marymount California University has issued a formal statement and the MCU President has apologized to Rojas.
Salish Kootenai College hosted its annual Powwow and graduate honoring last week at the Joe McDonald Health and Wellness Center. Friday’s opening was lead by the Veteran’s Warrior Society who carried US, Canada, and Confederated Salish Kootenai tribal flags.
Founded in 1880 as Indian University, Bacone College is affiliated with the American Baptist Church of the United States and is located on land donated by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. Since 2010, it has been the accreditation partner for Pawnee Nation College, one of Oklahoma’s two remaining tribal colleges.
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The solar arrays will next be installed on the other Twin Eagle building—Red Lake Nation College—followed by the three Seven Clans Casinos at Red Lake, Thief River Falls, and Warroad.
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The funding covers workforce training for Colstrip and other communities in Eastern Montana affected by coal-related layoffs, including the Northern Cheyenne, Crow, and Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux reservations.
Navajo Technical University (NTU) welcomed an at-capacity crowd to its Wellness Center, as over 2,000 friends and family members witnessed the commencement of over 200 graduates earning a GED diploma,
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More than 700 family members and friends packed the Tsaile campus on May 11 for the 50th anniversary graduating class at Diné College. The commencement also featured a record number of bachelor’s degree recipients,
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The recent incident of racial profiling and harassment of two Native students at Colorado State University is a wakeup call to be active in working towards a safer, more inclusive society.
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When it comes to education, giving back to the community is just as important as acquiring formal education itself. And, in some cases,
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As institutions responsible for helping to educate an ever more diverse population,
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Colorado State University is taking a barrage of flak after two Native American students who'd signed up to tour the campus were detained by police after the mother of another potential CSU attendee dialed 911 because their appearance disturbed her.
Bacone College, a private college located in Muskogee, Oklahoma that is affiliated with the American Baptist Churches USA and serves as accreditation partner for Pawnee Nation College, announced on Tuesday that it will be suspending operations beginning Monday due to major financial shortfalls.
As the 2018 spring semester concludes at Navajo Technical University, 11 welding technology majors will earn their certification with the American Welding Society (AWS), proving their competence in the highest industry standards for professional welders.
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The Cultivating Resources, Opportunity, Prosperity and Sustainability (CROPS) for Indian Country Act (S. 2804) would authorize tribes to exercise greater self-governance for U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) programs, such as forestry and nutrition, and update several other key USDA authorizations to better serve Tribes.
The American Indian College Fund is urging education institutions to take steps to make their campuses welcoming environments for Native people and other people of color.
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A team of business students from Oglala Lakota College won the chapter of the year award at the American Indian Business Leaders' 2018 conference in Phoenix last month.
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The teens saved their own money to take the family’s only car and drive 7 hours from New Mexico to Fort Collins, Colorado, to visit the campus Monday.
The project, which will more than double the number of beds available to students, comes with an overall price tag of $27.6 million. Navajo Housing Authority has committed $9.3 million to the project while Navajo Technical University (NTU) will contribute $4 million.
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