22-4 Summer 2011 “Honoring Student Success” Table of Contents

May 13th, 2011 | By | Category: 22-4: Honoring Student Success, Archives

Features

Circles of Strength
By Mary Annette Pember As tribal colleges aim to retain Native male students, they’re finding that talking, drumming, construction, and spirituality may keep men in school.

Boosting Underprepared Students
By Stacey Sherwin, Ph.D. Researchers at Salish Kootenai College are studying why some students don’t succeed—and are learning how best to take action.

Retention through Research
By Jeremy E. Guinn, Ph.D. Sitting Bull College’s Environmental Science Program encourages and empowers students with research-based training.

Departments

Dear Readers: “Proposed Congressional Cuts Would Hit TCUs Disproportionately”
By Carrie Billy

Editor’s Essay: “Retention Strategies Rely Upon Tradition, Innovation”
By Laura Paskus

Profile: Lucy Barrett: From grandma to graduate to professor
By Dan King

Talking Circle: “Supporting Non-Native Faculty Members”
By Sharon Fredericks

Voices: “Why Many Students Should Begin College Close to Home”
By Paul Zolbrod

Tribal College News

Media Reviews
By Bradley Shreve, Michael W. Simpson, and Ryan Winn

Resource Guide
By Stacey Sherwin, Ph.D.

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