TRIBAL COLLEGE JOURNAL

NASA Competition Held at Tribal College and University Student Conference

This four-day Tribal Colleges and Universities event at Bismarck Event Center, North Dakota, will offer students the opportunity to interact with NASA engineers and others professionals under the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) program, where students learn about careers in science and engineering.

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The Next Generation of Agriculture at the Ag Outlook Forum

Among those representing the future of American agriculture were this year’s USDA Student Diversity Program winners, students from the Virginia chapter of the National FFA Organization, and students from the 1994 Tribal Colleges and Universities. These special guests shared their impressions of the event.

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Ilisagvik Student Spends College Semester in Arctic

Marceau's Arctic adventure started with a flyer he saw at his home college for the Semester in the Arctic program, through Iḷisaġvik College. Since the emphasis of the program was to do a cross-cultural exchange, Marceau said he looked at the opportunity as "an epic way to experience my brothers and sisters in the far north."

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Five Questions for Rosalyn LaPier on Native Americans in Science

The Willow AGEP Alliance--a joint effort of the University of Montana and two tribal colleges, Salish Kootenai College in Montana and Sitting Bull College in North Dakota — began this past August. The four-year program, funded by the National Science Foundation, focuses on mentorship and includes a research component to examine variables that might support or hinder professional development among Native Americans in STEM.

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Leech Lake Tribal College STEM Department Is Hosting the 4th Annual “Across the Universe” Event

On Thursday, March 22, the Leech Lake Tribal College STEM department is hosting the 4th annual Across the Universe event. Across the Universe opens a window into the world of science,

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American Indian College Fund Names Cynthia Lindquist Honoree of the Year and Announces Students of the Year

The American Indian College Fund honored Dr. Cynthia Lindquist, president of Cankdeska Cikana Community College (CCCC) in Ft. Totten, North Dakota, for her outstanding contributions to American Indian higher education as its Tribal College and University Honoree of the Year.

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Navajo Technical University Culinary Arts Director Inducted into Distinguished Honor Society

The world’s largest chefs’ association, the American Culinary Federation (ACF), inducted Navajo Technical University (NTU) culinary arts director Robert Witte into its distinguished American Academy of Chefs.

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