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)  
29 Apr 2016

NWIC Hosts 11th Annual Vine Deloria, Jr. Indigenous Studies Symposium – July 7-9, 2016 – Call for Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS!! Please share far and wide across Indian Country! 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 Click here to view the Call for Papers flyer Visit the Vine Deloria, Jr. Indigenous Studies Symposium website for...
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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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18 Apr 2016

NWIC Alumnus and Lummi Tribal Member Victor “Turtle” Johnson was the Graduation Speaker at Western Washington University – March 19, 2016

Congratulations to Northwest Indian College alumnus, Victor “Turtle” Johnson, who gave the commencement speech at Western Washington University’s graduation ceremony on March 19, 2016.  View the video of the commencement speech by clicking here (Photo by Dan Levine / for WWU) Turtle graduated with a two-year degree in Native Environmental Science in 2008 and then matriculated at...
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18 Apr 2016

NWIC and WWU host the Salish Sea Speakers Series on April 28 with Larry Campbell and Jamie Donatuto speaking about Indigenous Health Indicators

*** You may view the video of this presentation by clicking here *** NWIC and WWU will host the second Salish Sea Speakers Series on April 28. Larry Campbell and Jamie Donatuto who will speak about using Indigenous Health Indicators to explain why including natural resources in Coast Salish health assessments is key to more accurate...
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4 Apr 2016

Weavers Teaching Weaver’s Gathering Nez Perce

An annual event to bring together experienced Native American Weavers to teach and learn from one another.Participants age 16+ can earn 1.4 CEU for attending both days. Registration Fee: Register by May 27 @ $75 for adults age 18-49, $40 for seniors age 50+ years young, $15 for youth or $20 for 2 youth. Registration...
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30 Mar 2016

13th Annual Weavers Teaching Weavers Gathering March 31-April 1

Northwest Indian College will host the 13th annual Weavers Teaching Weavers gathering scheduled for March 31-April 1 from 9:00am-4:00pm at NWIC’s Lummi campus Cultural Learning Center (Log Bldng #7A). The purpose of this event is to allow experienced Native American weavers to learn from one another and to share their techniques. Elaine Grinnell, weaver, storyteller, and...
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14 Mar 2016

Swinomish newspaper, Keeyoks – Now available online

Caroline Edwards, Keeyoks editor: (360)466-7258 Submit any articles, announcements, celebrations and pictures for the Keeyoks issues. Please send your submissions to qyuuqs@swinomish.nsn.us or to: Caroline J. Edwards Editor- qyuuqs (Kee yoks) Newsletter Work 360-466-7258 Email: cedwards@swinomish.nsn.us & keeyoks@gmail.com http://www.swinomish-nsn.gov/News.aspx
2 Mar 2016

Northwest Indian College is invited to participate in the AICF Tribal College & University Early Childhood Education Initiative: Restorative Teachings.

Northwest Indian College has been invited to participate in a new American Indian College Fund Tribal College & University Early Childhood Education Initiative entitled, Restorative Teachings.  Restorative Teachings focuses on strengthening systems of care and learning for Native children and families served by TCUs.  This is a two year initiative building upon the success of...
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