4 Apr 2016

Lushootseed Research Presents The Earth is Our First Teacher- Saturday, April 23, 2016

This one day conference will offer Language & Research Resources, Language Immersion, National & Local Tribal Presenters, and much more! Early Registration $50 Student & Elders Discount Some Scholarships Available For more information visit us at www.lushootseed.org or contact Jill@lushootseed.org Lushootseed Language Registration 2016 (3)  
6 Jul 2016

11th Annual Vine Deloria, Jr. Indigenous Studies Symposium – July 7-9, 2016 – Agenda Available

This year’s Deloria Symposium agenda ia available for download HERE Kick-starting a second decade of the Deloria Symposium, this year’s theme honors Deloria basics in Power and Place (2001),   Relationality ~ Indigenous Knowledge ~ Self-Determination Visit the Vine Deloria, Jr. Indigenous Studies Symposium website for more information, including online registration, hotel information, agenda, proceedings, and updates as...
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6 Jul 2016

Unangax Culture Camp- July 5-13, 8:00-5:00

Join us and come and celebrate Unangax culture and history and learn traditional skills. Learn how to carve an Aleut Bent Wood Hat and make a beautiful Bering Sea style drum. We will share history, songs and dance of the Unangax people, more commonly known as Aleuts. Free workshop open to the public @ Northwest...
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22 Jun 2016

Early Childhood Education hosts a Family Engagement Event at NWIC and attended the Annual Convening of Grantees in Denver

Restorative Teachings ECE Initiative Recently, members of the Restorative Teachings ECE Initiative’s Coordinating Team (Alicia Allard, ELC Director; Alexis Ballew, CARE graduate and Parent Representative; Anna Somerville, ECE graduate and Lead Preschool Teacher; and myself) hosted a Family Engagement Event at NWIC and attended the Annual Convening of Grantees in Denver.   Convening of Grantees...
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14 Jun 2016

NWIC takes First Place in First Nations Launch National Rocket Competition

The Northwest Indian College Space Center competed in the 7th Annual First Nations Launch (FNL) National Rocket Competition held in Wisconsin. There are two challenges at FNL – the Tribal Challenge and the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) Challenge. The Tribal Challenge was to construct a dual-deployment high-powered rocket with a scientific payload that collects...
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12 Jun 2016

Commencement 2016- JUNE 17th, 2016 @ 5:00 PM Wex’liem Community Building – Northwest Indian College will host its commencement ceremony for all student graduates

PARTICIPATION The deadline to apply for commencement is June 1st.  Participation in commencement is not guaranteed if you apply after June 1st. Northwest Indian College holds one ceremony per year at the end of spring quarter to honor those who have graduated the previous summer, fall, winter, and spring quarters. Students must complete an online...
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1 Jun 2016

NWIC Students and Faculty Join UW & NOAA Scientists in Deployment of Oceanographic Instrumentation to Detect Harmful Algal Blooms off Washington’s Coastline

Four students from Northwest Indian College (NWIC) participated in an oceanographic cruise that deployed an underwater instrument called the Environmental Sample Processor (ESP) to detect harmful algal blooms, also known as red tides. Placed off the coast of La Push, WA on May 23rd, the ESP measures the abundance of harmful algal bloom species and...
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19 Apr 2016

NWIC chapter of American Indian Business (AIBL) Leaders took their original business plan to competition in Phoenix, AZ and awarded third place!

The NWIC chapter of American Indian Business Leaders (AIBL) worked hard to create their original  business plan for ‘Salish Credit Union’ and represented Northwest Indian College at the 2016 American Indian Business Leaders Annual Leadership Conference in Phoenix, AZ. The team, Luke Heaton, Stephanie Charlie, Melissa Naeimi, and Lily Roberts competed in the Tribal College...
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