21-3 Spring 2010 – “Tribal College Faculty” Table of ContentsFeb 15th, 2010 | By tcj | Category: 21-3: Tribal College Faculty, Spring 2010, Archives
Medaling in Education – Elder of the Year teaches TCU students to walk on both sides
By Luella Brien (Crow). Joseph Medicine Crow inspires students with his groundbreaking achievements and service as a Little Big Horn College adjunct instructor and lifelong educator.
Under the IAIA Dome – Acclaimed filmmaker inspires students to tell stories with new media
By Janet Freeman. J. Carlos Peinado envisions the new dome at the Institute of American Indian Arts as a fantastic storytelling device, a “virtual kiva.”
To Publish or Not to Publish – Some faculty choose not to publish while others see advantages
By Joanna Vance, Ph.D. Do tribal college faculty members need to publish research papers in academic journals? The author surveys faculty, researchers, and administrators to examine this question.
Heart to Heart, Student to Student
By Marjane Ambler. For too long, federal agencies have imposed their own solutions on tribal colleges – and young people. This peer-to-peer project attempts to change that.
Scenes from the American Indian College Fund 20th Anniversary Gala
Photos by Zach Singer, Jaime Aguilar, and Kurt Umbhau. This photo compilation of the 20th Anniversary Gala celebrates the College Fund’s success.
Dear Reader: International Doors Opening for TCU Students
By Carrie Billy, J.D.
Editor’s Essay: Faculty Find Ways to Stimulate, Encourage Students
By Kurt Umbhau
Profile: From the Frozen Wind, a Charging Bull Appears
By Jerry Worley, Ph.D.
Talking Circle: Haskell Librarian Tackled Challenges with Creativity
By Pamela Tambornino
Voices: Culture Gives Meaning to Hawaiian Children’s Relationships
By U.S. Sen. Daniel Kahikina Akaka