21-4 Summer 2010 – “Native American Studies” Table of ContentsMay 15th, 2010 | By tcj | Category: 21-4: Native American Studies, Summer 2010, Archives
Weaving Wisdom with Hard Work – Accomplished student learns, grows, and gives back
By Eleanor Kuhl
College student Linda Taylor inspires readers with her talent as a modern weaver and her dedicated efforts to pass Navajo traditions to her family and community.
Native Views – Tribal college scholars value culture, language
By Kurt Umbhau
Six tribal college American Indian College Fund scholars discuss their tribal college accomplishments, challenges, and thoughts about cultural Native American education.
Protecting Mother Earth – Hartman seeks to instill his passion in science students
By Sarah Dea (Choctaw/Cherokee)
Dr. Kerry Hartman is spearheading the development of an innovative four-year Environmental Science degree at Fort Berthold Community College.
Dear Readers: Landmark Legislation Underlines Obama’s Education Commitment
By Carrie Billy, J.D.
Editor’s Essay: Mainstream Colleges Could Learn From Tribal Colleges
By Kurt Umbhau, M.A.
Profile: Internship builds cadre of Native nutrition experts
By Dr. Gerald Combs, Jr., Susan Sorum, and Dr. Phil Baird United Tribes Technical College partnership with USDA offers real-world complement to academic programs.
Talking Circle: My Cherokee Grandmother’s ‘First Fire Story’
By Pamela Tambornino
Voices: Joining the Journey
By Tom Buckmiller, Ph.D.
By Jerry Worley, Ph.D.