13-2 Winter 2001 “The Power of Partnerships” Table of Contents

Nov 15th, 2001 | By | Category: 13-2: The Power of Partnerships, Archives

13-2 WINTER 2001 THE POWER OF PARTNERSHIPSFeatures

Crossing the Border
By Jeffrey Hamley, Ed. D.
How the First Hemispheric Conference on Indigenous Education demonstrated the universality of indigenous issues, fostered understanding, and promoted collaborations. TCJ PAID CONTENT

OLC Partners with the People
By Laura M. Dellinger
Through its partnerships, Oglala Lakota College is fulfilling the goals of its founders 30 years ago. TCJ PAID CONTENT

South Meets North
By Judy Pehrson
A visiting scholar from Ecuador found common ground and important differences between North and South American Indians. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Partnerships Offer Promise and Perils
By Timothy J. Nichols, Ph.D.; Phil Baird; and Diane Kayongo-Male, Ph.D.
The highlights of a qualitative research study on the dynamic of collaboration between tribal colleges, state universities, and other non-tribal entities give a clearer picture of what works and what does not. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

Dear Readers: Thanks For Your Patience With Our Growing Pains
By Marjane Ambler

Editor’s Essay: We Are All Related
By Marjane Ambler

Voices of the Students: Students Speak Out Against AIDS, Drugs & Alcohol TCJ PAID CONTENT

Voices of the Presidents: Global Networking: Sharing what we know TCJ PAID CONTENT

Research: Survey of tribal colleges reveals research’s benefits, obstacles
By Margaret Mortensen, Claudia E. Nelson, and Dr. Jay Stauss TCJ PAID CONTENT

Resource Guide
By Timothy J. Nichols

Three student stories: Leadership springs from the heart of families
By Robin Powell TCJ PAID CONTENT

Tribal College News

Book and Media Reviews

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