3-3 Winter 1992 “Math, Science and Medicine” Table of Contents

Nov 15th, 1991 | By | Category: 3-3: Math, Science and Medicine, Archives

3-3 WINTER 1992

Features

Healing the Earth
Environmental restoration programs are being created by tribal colleges.
By Carlos Cordero TCJ PAID CONTENT

Looking After the Land
Navajo Community College researches environmental issues for the Navajo nation.
By Steven C. Semken TCJ PAID CONTENT

Making Math Relevant
Montana State University helps make math meaningful for Indian students and their teachers.
By Lyle Anderson and Wayne Stein TCJ PAID CONTENT

Turtle Mountain’s College for Kids
The Turtle Mountain Reservation becomes a laboratory for Indian children.
By Steve A. Davis and Debbie Jerome TCJ PAID CONTENT

Teaching Minds, Healing Bodies
Preparing students for careers in health is a priority of Saskatchewan Indian Federated College.
By Rahael Jalan TCJ PAID CONTENT

Nursing Education in Indian Country
Salish Kootenai College makes nursing education accessible for Montana’s Indian communities.
By Jacque Dolberry TCJ PAID CONTENT

Building a College That Builds Science
New buildings and faculty strengthen math and science at Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College.
By Debra Anderson TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

Editor’s Essay: Nation of Scientists
By Paul Boyer

Research: Human Services Training in Tribal Colleges
By Rodger Hornby and Richard H. Dana TCJ PAID CONTENT

Academe: American Indian U.?
By Paul Boyer TCJ PAID CONTENT

Tribal College News

ON THE COVER:  In many native American communities throughout North America, the bear is a powerful symbol of health and healing. Using the power of tradition to meet the needs of the future is the goal of math, science and medical programs at tribal colleges. Illustration by Bob Lynchfor In Cahoots, Inc.

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