TRIBAL COLLEGE JOURNAL

UW Bothell School of Business, Muckleshoot Tribal College Offer Program in Operations Management

The partnership between UWB School of Business and Muckleshoot Tribal College is a commitment to providing the Muckleshoot community with an integrative learning program, helping improve local organizations with project recommendations, and creating innovative educational opportunities for business professionals.

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Salish Kootenai College Developmental Leadership Program Concludes

The “Leadership Flathead Reservation” developmental program is ending its first nine-month series. A group of over 20 students attended nine courses on local leadership initiative topics including: history and government, health and human services, and public safety to name a few.

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American Indian College Fund Seeks to Build Teacher Pipeline, Promote STEM in Early Childhood Education

Research has shown that children of color are more likely to succeed when they have a teacher of the same race. Yet Native children are much more likely to have a White teacher than a Native teacher.

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Navajo Technical University Inducts Students into National Technical Honor Society

Thirteen Navajo Technical University (NTU) students were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) during a candle light ceremony in NTU’s Hospitality Center. The ceremony also saw the installation of NTU’s new NTHS officers.

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Pendleton Introduces 2018 American Indian College Fund Blankets

The American Indian College Fund and Pendleton Woolen Mills are introducing two new, exclusive blankets to the American Indian College Fund Collection for 2018. The Butterfly blanket and the Future of the Plains blanket both honor the Lakota leader Chief Sitting Bull,

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The Andrew Mellon Foundation and American Indian College Fund Partner to Invest in Tribal College Faculty Development

The Trustees of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation have approved a grant of $2.024 million to the American Indian College Fund to continue support for graduate degree completion fellowships for tribal college and university (TCU) faculty.

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STEM Showcase: Leech Lake Tribal College Holds Science Gathering for Community

Goodwin's tutorial was one of several at the tribal college's third annual "Across the Universe" science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) showcase, which organizers said was designed to pique the Leech Lake community's interest in science and show that the field doesn't have to be shut away in a lab or classroom.

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