13-4 Summer 2002 “The Many Faces of Leadership” Table of Contents

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13-4 SUMMER 2002 THE MANY FACES OF LEADERSHIPFeatures

Keeping the circle strong: Learning about Native American leadership
By Dr. Martha McLeod TCJ PAID CONTENT

Politics and the presidency: Tribal college presidents share their thoughts
By Dave Archambault and Tom Allen TCJ PAID CONTENT

Forging the leaders of tomorrow, today
by Dana Grant TCJ PAID CONTENT

Some legends never die: Jack Briggs and his legacy of leadership
By Judy Schultz TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

Dear Readers:  National Media Help Spread the News
By Marjane Ambler

Editor’s Essay: Today’s educators creating the leaders of tomorrow
By Marjane Ambler

Profile: Leadership in action: Jack Fiddler and the making of Turtle Mountain Community College
By Robin Powell TCJ PAID CONTENT

Land Grant: Rita Hiwalker: Confronting the reality of food and hunger
By Marjane Ambler TCJ PAID CONTENT

Resource Guide: Resources for Native education leaders
By Tim Begaye

Research: Crossing the finish line: American Indian completers and non-completers in a tribal college
By Jean E. Ness, Ed.D. TCJ PAID CONTENT

To Montana with love
By Clarena Brockie TCJ PAID CONTENT

Tribal College News

On the cover: These role models were among the Northern Cheyenne and Crow people featured in the Pathmakers Series developed by the Little Big Horn College and Chief Dull Knife College (CDKC) School To Work program. Clockwise from left top corner: Nellie Speelman (Northern Cheyenne, St. Labre Indian School staff), Lynwood Tallbull (Northern Cheyenne, adjunct faculty, CDKC, ethnobotany), Keith Beartusk (Northern Cheyenne, regional director, Bureau of Indian Affairs), Russeli Stands Over Bull (Crow, Ph.D.), Alma Snell (Crow, herbalist), and Angela Russell (Crow, former Montana state legislator). Photos by Ken Blackbird

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