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Fall 2018 Event Schedule

  • August

    Tuesday, August 14th

    Social Mixer for Interested Mentees
    5:00 pm
    Kohl House

    Friday, August 17th

    Walmart Trip
    12:00-2:00 pm and 3:00-5:00 pm

    Sunday, August 19th

    Welcome Reception
    4:00-6:00 pm
    Kohl House

    Thursday, August 23rd

    7 Strong Pool Party
    5:00-7:00 pm
    Campus Rec Center

  • September

    Wednesday, September 5th

    Welcome Extravaganza
    4:00-6:00 pm
    Cesar Chavez Cultural Center

    Wednesday, September 19th

    BBQ and S’mores Social
    5:00 pm
    Kohl House

  • October

    Wednesday, October 24th

    Pumpkin Carving and Cider Social
    5:00 pm
    Kohl House

  • November

    Wednesday, November 7th

    Dallas Arcand Dance Showcase
    5:00-7:00 pm
    Lindou Auditorium

    Thursday, November 8th

    Dallas Arcand Dance Showcase
    5:00-7:00 pm
    Lindou Auditorium

    Wednesday, November 14th

    Friendsgiving
    5:00 pm
    Kohl House

    Friday, November 30th

    End of the Year Party
    5:00 pm
    Kohl House

Programs

Native American Innovative Leadership (NAIL)


NAIL is a two-year Interdisciplinary Masters of Arts degree program in Educational Leadership and Special Education with dual licensure as a principal and special education director. The 39 credit hour program is delivered online and focuses on preparing Native American educators to successfully lead schools that promote student achievement in a culturally responsive context, particularly schools serving Native American youth and communities.

National Institute for Native Leadership in Higher Education (NINLHE)


The NINLHE is an alliance of higher education professionals committed to building strong Native communities by affecting meaningful change in higher education policies and practices that support and improve the educational experiences and success of Native students. Our Annual Institute provides culturally relevant and evidence based professional development in areas that enhance the knowledge of Native and non-Native administrators, faculty, and professional staff who work with Native student populations.