24-3: “The Science of Place” Table of ContentsFeb 25th, 2013 | By tcj | Category: 24-3: The Science of Place, Archives
Power of Place
By Joshua Zaffos
At tribal colleges and universities, emerging programs give Native students opportunities to study science at home— and to share knowledge among elders and communities too.
By Margaret Porter
At the Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute, students are monitoring the impacts of climate change across Indian Country.
Waiting for Water
By Jorie Lamson-Nussbaum
Watching rain turn to runoff, the author contemplates the soil and seeds washing past her. Special to TCJ!
Dear Readers: Busy TCJ Welcomes New Editor
By Rachael Marchbanks
Editor’s Essay: Homeland Science
By Laura Paskus
Talking Circle: Improving Student Assessment
By Kelly Sassi
By Dr. Jurgita Antoine, Mary Annette Pember, Michael W. Simpson, Ryan Winn, Thomas M. Disselhorst
Voices: Wild Rice and the Anishinaabe Scientist
By Michael Price
ON THE COVER: We often associate science with laboratories andcontrolled spaces. But for students at tribal colleges and universities, science and scientific experimentation takes place in their myriad homelands, including deserts, prairies, and wetlands. Bison photo courtesy of Ken Blackbird; wetlands photo courtesy of Dianne Kier.