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  • College of Menominee Nation - The Sustainable Development Institute
    July 19, 2014
    The Sustainable Development Institute (SDI) is dedicated to examining sustainability issues and applying them to the Menominee model of sustainable development.
  • AIHEC is the Collective Spirit and Unifying Voice of Our Nation's Tribal Colleges and Universit
    July 17, 2014
    In response to a report released by the Institute for College Access and Success (TICAS) on federal student loans and community colleges, the nation's tribal colleges and universities, which collectively are the American Indian Higher Education Consortium, reiterate remarks issued earlier this week by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC).
  • Dine College on Navajo Nation to offer degree in tribal business
    July 15, 2014
    Diné College on the Navajo Nation is offering a new bachelor's degree program in tribal business and administration.
  • Navajo Technical University’s Wellness Center Site of Navajo Presidential Forum
    July 15, 2014
    When the Navajo Nation Presidential Forum takes its traveling tour to the Navajo Reservation, it will stop in Crownpoint on July 21, 2014 at the Navajo Techical University’s newly constructed comprehensive wellness center. The forum will be the first event held in the 23,537-square-foot facility, which is expected to open its doors to students and the community permanently on August 30th uses and will include a multi-purpose center and weight room, men’s and women’s locker rooms, and a two story gymnasium.
  • NTU touts technical talents at SkillsUSA National Leadership Conference
    July 14, 2014
    Navajo Technical University showcased its talents at the 50th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference by medaling seven students competing in their respective trade and skill occupations at the Kansas City Convention Center from June 25-26, 2014.
  • Blackfeet Community College Churning Out Chess Champions
    July 12, 2014
    Blackfeet Community College Churning Out Chess Champions July 14, 2014 | Vol. 10, No. 222 The Blackfeet Community College Chess Team won first place at the 2014 American Indian Higher Education Consortium National Chess Championships held this March in Billings, Montana.
  • Dartmouth College partners with The Institute of American Indian Arts for Native Studies
    July 12, 2014
    Dartmouth College is offering an off-campus program in New Mexico through its Department of Native American Studies starting in 2015. The program in Santa Fe will concentrate on Native American art, tribal law and government.The Institute of American Indian Arts will host the program and its students will be able to enroll in Dartmouth's classes. will host the program and its students will be able to enroll in Dartmouth's classes.
  • Video Vault: Listen to Lakota Elder Talk About Education
    July 12, 2014
    Sinte Gleska University features this video on its Spotlight on Lakota Studies page, and we thought it was worth highlighting. Laura Black TomaHawk’s message about education is no less relevant today than it was when she spoke at Sinte Gleska University.
  • Blackfeet launch new language website
    July 11, 2014
    Starting today, people on the Blackfeet Reservation as well as the general population can access interactive information on the Piikani language and culture through a new website developed by Blackfeet Community College.
  • Cheryl Crazy Bull on Higher Education, Institutional Racism, and Tribal College Difference
    July 11, 2014
    Cheryl Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, provided the keynote address for the 27th National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education in Indianapolis, Indiana. She addressed institutional racism against Native Americans in higher education; the value of a tribal college education in eliminating barriers to Native people in achieving a higher education; and her own inspirational journey through higher education as a Lakota woman.