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Working in Native Directions (WIND)

The purpose of Working In Native Directions (WIND) is to (1) raise awareness of initiatives across NDSU that involve tribal communities and (2) provide a space for individuals leading these initiatives to collaborate and build potential partnerships. 

Meetings

Agenda

Friday, January 22

  • Introductions – everyone will be given the opportunity to introduce themselves and share any current efforts they are/have been involved in with Native communities. 
  • Presentation – Dereck Stonefish and Pearl Walker- Swaney will give a presentation on Summer Undergraduate Research Program that took place the summer of 2015 and plans for SURP 2016 
  • Get feedback on next meeting date/presentation which will occur in April

Meeting Notes

Presentations

Historical Trauma

Native American Boarding Schools: Education for Cultural Genocide - Dr. Denise Lajimodiere, Assistant Professor, NDSU School of Education

American Indian Public Health Resource Center: Native Interest Group Meeting, February 26, 2015

List-Serv

If you would like to receive emails about WIND, feel free to join the list-serv.

To join send a message from email you would like added to Listserv@listserv.nodak.edu, leave the subject line empty. In the body of the message type SUB NDSU-WIND First Name Last Name; for example, SUB NDSU-WIND John Doe. You will receive a message confirming your subscription.


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Campus address: Research 2
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Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 2662 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
Page manager: American Indian Public Health Resource Center

Last Updated: Wednesday, January 27, 2016 3:12:07 PM
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