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  • Sustainable Indigenous Forestry
    September 27, 2014
    The Menominee People are known world-wide for their stewardship of the Menominee forest. “Sustainability” is not just a keyword or business objective, but a way-of-life. Prompted by Menominee’s long tradition of sustainable forestry practices, tribal leaders created the Sustainable Development Institute to encourage, promote, and build upon Menominee approach to sustainable development. Please continue to the Center for First Americans Forestry page for more information.
  • Central Michigan University to partner with Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe to work on improving
    September 25, 2014
    The Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort is looking to conduct a zero waste event next year after a multi-year collaboration with Central Michigan University’s Great Lakes Institute for Sustainable Systems. The collaboration, said Tom Rohrer, GLISS director and CMU professor, will target areas in which the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe can improve its waste management practices at the casino.
  • Tribal college, USDA partner to open Head Start building on North Dakota reservation
    September 24, 2014
    FORT TOTTEN, North Dakota — The U.S. Agriculture Department is partnering with the Spirit Lake Tribe in North Dakota to open a new Head Start educational facility on the tribe's reservation.
  • Haskell University inaugurates new president
    September 23, 2014
    LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) – Haskell Indian Nations University is celebrating its 130th anniversary this year and has inaugurated a new president, Venida Chenault – the first alumna to lead the school. Chenault, a member of the Prairie Band Potawatomi and Kickapoo tribes, became the seventh president of the university in Lawrence during a ceremony Wednesday. She was named president in January after serving in several positions at Haskell since 1991, The Lawrence Journal-World reported.
  • ‘Nation to Nation’: Full of the intriguing, often maddening details of history
    September 23, 2014
    When the National Museum of the American Indian opened a decade ago this month, the tone, design and scholarship of the exhibitions were unlike anything else in Washington.
  • United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck awarded 2 federal grants worth nearly $600000
    September 22, 2014
    BISMARCK, North Dakota — Two federal agencies have awarded the United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck nearly $600,000 in grants. U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer says the grants come from the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Justice. One grant is meant to help the college improve educational opportunities for Indian children, while the other award is expected to assist the school reduce domestic and dating violence, sexual assault and stalking on campus. Cramer says reducing violent crime is vital to improving communities in Indian reservations.
  • SGU Graduation
    September 20, 2014
    The theme of the Commencement exercises was: “Sharing the Sicangu Oyate and Sinte Gleska University Founders’ Vision and ‘Now We Make the Promise to Fulfill the Vision’.” Before the actual handing out of the diplomas to the grads, the morning of Graduation is a special one with a flurry of activities. Beginning at 8 am, Chief Leonard Crow Dog, Sr., Lakota Instructors, Duane Hollow Horn Bear and Francis Cutt, and SGU President, Lionel Bordeaux conducted the Anpe Wi Hoyekiyapi (Calling on the sun to bring good energy and health to all creation) ceremony. All of SGU’s faculty, instructors, administration, students, and the public were invited to attend the ceremony.
  • CCCC Prepares for Children's Symposium and Anniversary Celebration
    September 18, 2014
    CCCC Prepares for Children’s Symposium and Anniversary Celebration Sep 18th, 2014 | By tcj | Category: Online TC News, Tribal College News, Web OnlyCelebrating its 40th anniversary, Cankdeska Cikana Community College (CCCC) in Fort Totten, North Dakota, is preparing for an event-filled week September 23-26. The festivities will begin on Tuesday, September 23 in the CCCC amphitheater with the Spirit Lake Children’s Services Symposium. Featured speakers include CCCC president Dr. Cynthia Lindquist, Tim Hathaway of Prevent Child Abuse North Dakota, tribal chairman and CCCC graduate Leander “Russ” McDonald, Dan Orr and Randy Mittleider of the U.S. Marshals Service, and U.S. Attorney Tim Purden among others. Tuesday’s activities will conclude with a two hour training seminar entitled “Wakanyeja Tewicahila Pi (Cherishing the Children),” which Ethleen Iron Cloud-Two Dogs will lead.
  • Haskell Indian Nations University inaugurates seventh president, celebrates 130 years
    September 17, 2014
    Haskell Indian Nations University held it's Presidential Inauguration Wednesday morning in Haskell Auditorium. This year the university welcomes its seventh president, alumnae, Dr. Venida Chenault.
  • Haskell looks to future with inauguration of new president
    September 17, 2014
    Venida Chenault was inaugurated as the seventh president of Haskell Indian Nations University on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, at Haskell. Dr. Chenault, a member of the Prairie Band Potawatomi and Kickapoo tribes, is the first student of Haskell to become its president.