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Working with Native American Students

When: Apr 23, 2013 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Location: Jim Dan Hill Library, Room 231

Learn more about Native American students, including the Native American cultural continuum and differences in world view. Native American students sometimes face unique challenges. How can we as a campus community help them succeed?

This session is being organized by the Distance Learning Community of Practice, but it will be of interest to all faculty and staff.

The presenters will be Gary Johnson, Director of the First Nations Center and Assistant Professor; Chip Beal, Student Services Diversity Coordinator and Assistant Professor; and Dixie Dorman, Senior Lecturer. All three teach First Nations Studies, in the Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity Department. Mary Lee-Nichols, Assistant Professor in the Educational Leadership Department, will facilitate.

Please join us!

Event Contact: Karen Plass | 715-394-8499 | kplass{atuws}
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