13-1 Fall 2001 “Honoring Our Students & Alumni” Table of Contents

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13-1 FALL 2001 HONORING OUR STUDENTS & ALUMNIFeatures

Remembering Jack
Jack Barden was one of the founders of Standing Rock Community College (now Sitting Bull College) and worked with AIHEC from its inception in 1973. Those who knew him share their thoughts on his passing. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Living art, giving art: IAIA alumni share their gifts
By Gussie Fauntleroy
What began as an experiment 30 years ago — a high school for Native American students from 80 tribes nationwide — the Institute of American Idnian Art has produced many award-winning, nationally and internationally renowned artists. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Water wise: Fort Belknap alumni work to restore health of reservation
By Marjane Ambler
Fort Belknap graduates provide continuity and bring a clear sense of purpose to their research on the reservation’s water quality. TCJ PAID CONTENT

TCJ Student Edition

Departments

Dear Readers: Response to Student Edition the Best Yet
By Marjane Ambler

Profile: Waste Win “Good Woman” Devoted to Good Education
Katherine Campbell focuses on principles instilled within her by her parents as she pursues her own education and vision to improve education for all Indian students. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Native Wellness: Woodlands Wisdom: Tribal colleges take action to improve community health

Research: Accreditation survey: Can tribal colleges maintain identity while seeking legitimacy?
By Betsy Mennell Putman, Ph.D.

Tribal College News

Book and Media Reviews

ON THE COVER: “Crow Indian Woman” – Apsaalooke Bia, 1990 – Kevin Red Star

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