Reckoning at Standing Rock: An Overview (Information Forum)Reckoning at Standing Rock Event Flyer

Francine Spang-Willis, NAS alum, selected to be one of six voices for National Geographic's text.

A Journey Through America's Wild Heart: Yellowstone

 

 

Kepa Morgan

 

MSU Celebrates Indigenous Peoples DayIndigenous Peoples Day 2016

MSU Honors American Indian Heritage Day (BDC)AIHD 2016

Montana State University took a new approach this year to American Indian Heritage Day, celebrating traditional culture and beliefs with talks by native speakers rather than powwow-style dancing. Read More...

MSU observes American Indian Heritage Day Sept. 23 with cultural and intellectual presentations (MSU News Service)AIHD 2016

 Ve’stahe’m Among the Northern Cheyenne by Gail Small (TCJ)gailsmall

Ve’stahe’m, or volunteerism, among the Northern Cheyenne people is perhaps best understood through story..Read More...

The Challenges of Indigenous Studies: A Voice From Both Sides of the Desk (Red Rising Magazine)http://redrisingmagazine.ca/the-challenges-of-indigenous-studies-a-voice-from-both-sides-of-the-desk/

“In Montana they have Indian Education for everyone in public schools, which I thought was amazing. So when I moved to Bozeman..."Read More...

Family Values (Mountain & Minds Magazine)http://www.montana.edu/mountainsandminds/article.php?article=16136&origin=news 

When Fleming, who holds a doctorate in American Studies from the University of Kansas, first began teaching at MSU as an adjunct instructor...Read More...

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40th Annual MSU AIC pow wow set for April 3-4, 2015

The 40th annual Montana State University American Indian Council Pow Wow will be held April 3-4. The MSU pow wow is one of the largest in Montana. Pow wow events are free and open to all. Dance and drum competitions with cash prizes are always a key feature of the event. Booths around the edge of the dance arena will offer the crafts of traditional artists and artisans throughout the pow wow.

 

Updated: 11/14/2014