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  • PRESIDENT MASON SAYS “ HAPPY BIRTHDAY FORT BERTH OLD COMMUNITY COLLEGE . ”
    May 3, 2013
    Happy Birthday Fort Berthold Community College. Thirty nine years ago a door of opportunity opened and some visionary people chose to act on it. Mr. Leonard Bear King wrote a proposal to the Department of Education under the Title III division to strengthen developing institutions.
  • Shell offers support for education at Ilisagvik College
    May 3, 2013
    In addition to being Alaska's only tribal college, Ilisagvik College is also a nonprofit organization, which means that the College needs community support in order to provide the great education and trainings that it does. "Though of course we would not exist without the vision and the support of the North Slope Borough," commented Ilisagvik President Pearl Brower, "in recent years we have really tried to partner with more statewide organizations to increase our sustainability and economic diversity."
  • Crows enjoy a look around newly purchased ranch
    May 2, 2013
    The Crow Tribe reclaimed a piece of its past Wednesday. The tribe took ownership of the 1,933-acre Hairpin Cavvy Ranch, which it purchased at auction in March for $989,400. Hundreds of tribal members came out Wednesday for a picnic and the opportunity to explore the grounds.
  • Winona LaDuke to speak at Fort Berthold
    May 2, 2013
    Winona LaDuke, author and executive director of Honor the Earth, which raises money for Native environmental groups, will make a public presentation at noon Monday at Fort Berthold Community College in New Town.
  • Haskell School of Education gains national accreditation
    May 1, 2013
    The School of Education at Haskell Indian Nations University has gained national accreditation, becoming the first teacher-education program at a tribal college to do so.
  • Sarah EchoHawk Takes Over at AISES
    May 1, 2013
    Sarah EchoHawk got her start in nonprofit work more than 15 years ago when she took a part-time job answering phones at the American Indian College Fund.
  • Haskell first tribal college to receive national education accreditation
    April 30, 2013
    The School of Education at Haskell Indian Nations University has recently been NCATE (National Council of Teacher Education) accredited. Haskell is the first tribal college in the United States to receive this type of accreditation.
  • NWIC student poem wins national recognition
    April 30, 2013
    “We Are Red and Vibrant,” a poem by Northwest Indian College student Desiree Pulido, received an honorable mention in the Tribal College Journal’s recent student writing contest. The poem will appear in the August edition of the Journal and on its website.
  • NWIC students’ ‘Traditional Journeys’ business plan wins national competition
    April 30, 2013
    At the beginning of April, Northwest Indian College (NWIC) students headed to Scottsdale, Arizona with a business plan concept in their hands that they hoped was creative enough and put together well enough to out-compete the business plans of tribal college students from across the nation.
  • Three local colleges graduate more than 2,000 students
    April 30, 2013
    Three local colleges graduate more than 2,000 students