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TCJ Wins Media Award

Jul 3rd, 2015 | By | No Comments »

Tribal College Journal was presented with the Silver Award for best magazine cover illustration at the Associated Media and Publishing’s annual Excel Awards Gala in Washington, DC. The contest drew over 1000 entries. The winning illustration appeared on the cover of TCJ’s winter 2014 issue on workforce development. The cover features the painting entitled Evening (more)

Sundance and IAIA Screenwriters Announced

Jun 30th, 2015 | By | No Comments »

Sundance Institute’s Native American and Indigenous Program and the Institute of American Indian Arts’(IAIA) Department of Cinematic Arts and Technology selected six Native American screenwriters, Gabe Abeyta (Taos Pueblo and Navajo), Katie Avery (Iñupiaq), Kelly D’Angelo (Haudenosaunee), Felicia Nez (Navajo), Blue Tarpalechee (Muscogee), and Kaherawaks Thompson (St. Regis Mohawk), to take part in the opening (more)

Jurassic Thought: Combating Gender Prejudices in Science and Film

Jun 30th, 2015 | By | No Comments »
By Ryan Winn

June was an infuriating month for women in both real and fake science. At the World Conference of Science Journalists in Seoul, South Korea, the English biochemist Tim Hunt said, “Let me tell you about my trouble with girls…three things happen when they are in the lab…You fall in love with them, they fall in (more)

UTTC Students Strive for Success at National AIBL Conference

Jun 26th, 2015 | By | No Comments »

Students from United Tribes Technical College (UTTC) attended the national American Indian Business Leaders (AIBL) conference held at the Sandia Resort and Casino in Albuquerque, New Mexico this past April and were triumphant in their competing categories. UTTC placed first in the Portfolio competition. The students were awarded a trophy and received $1,000 for future (more)

Current and Past TCU Leaders Honored at ANC

Jun 17th, 2015 | By | No Comments »
By Rebecca Bishop-Goss

Al Chandler had a vision of recognizing five Native leaders who have worked to improve and promote American Indian higher education. In a unique honoring ceremony held at Aaniiih Nakoda Community College in Harlem, Montana, Chandler’s vision was realized. On May 16, at the college’s Ekib Tsah Ah Tsik Cultural Center, Chandler honored #Dr. Ferlin (more)

Shakopees Fund OLC Immersion School

Jun 15th, 2015 | By | No Comments »

Oglala Lakota College (OLC) president Thomas Shortbull has announced that the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, a federally recognized Indian tribe located southwest of Minneapolis, has awarded the college a $25,000 grant to assist with the operation of the Lakota Woglaka Wounspe Lakota Immersion School. “This is the second grant we have received from the Shakopee (more)

College Fund Receives Clinton Global Initiative Commitment

Jun 10th, 2015 | By | No Comments »

The American Indian College Fund announced a Clinton Global Initiative America (CGI America) “Commitment to Action” for its partnership with the Brazelton Touchpoints Center today at CGI America’s annual meeting in Denver, Colorado. The organizations will work together to provide early childhood training for teachers and service providers in underserved, rural Native American communities. Both (more)

Navajo Freshman Earns Spot at College National Finals Rodeo

Jun 5th, 2015 | By | No Comments »
By Lori Tapahonso

By all accounts, Delvecchio Kaye (Navajo) is just like any other first semester Diné College student, balancing his studies and personal life. What sets this 22-year-old freshman apart from his peers is that he is a rising star in the national collegiate rodeo arena. Delvecchio, a member of the Diné College rodeo team and first (more)

Sheep Is Life Celebration to be Held at Diné College

Jun 3rd, 2015 | By | No Comments »
By Lori Tapahonso

Dine Be’ Iiná Inc. and Diné College are partnering to host the 19th Annual Sheep is Life Celebration. The weeklong event will be filled with workshops and lectures focused on the Navajo sheep culture and spirituality. Sheep Is Life will be held June 15-20, 2015 at the Diné College campus in Tsaile, Arizona. Sheep is Life (more)

Crazy Bull to Head Rafting Retreat

May 28th, 2015 | By | No Comments »

Cheryl Crazy Bull (Sicangu Lakota), president and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, will be the featured guest on a six-day rafting retreat through the canyon country of southeastern Utah. The event will take place September 20-27, 2015, along the Green River, beginning and ending in Moab, Utah. Joining Crazy Bull will be author (more)