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QEM TCUP EAGER “Native Languages and Technology” Program: Using Technology to Support the Documentation and Preservation of Native Languages

The QEM Network received support from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to investigate the effects of collaborative technology-enabled, hands-on language research projects on the recruitment into, and retention of, American Indian males in Computer Science or Information Technology (CS/IT) courses and majors. During the academic year, project participants will be provided opportunities to take on-line technology courses, attend information-sharing training webinars, and develop/implement language-focused research projects. Participating faculty-student teams will be invited to discuss their research ideas or results, benefits of the QEM EAGER project, and lessons learned at a Summer 2018 follow-up symposium. They also will discuss dissemination, recruitment, and sustainability strategies to expand interest among American Indian males in CS/IT overall, and computational linguistics, in particular. LEARN MORE

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Reclaiming Our Voices is the first ever state-wide needs assessment for Native Two-Spirit communities, published in 2015.

The Red Circle Project provides culturally sensitive HIV/AIDS resources, referrals; group level interventions for Native Gay men, bisexual men, Two-Spirit men and Native transgender individuals; and mobile HIV testing to Native communities at outreach events such as powwows and cultural events.

RedHawk Native American Arts Council teaches AI/AN dance, music, craft and regalia making.

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The National Strategy for Suicide Prevention creates and reports a 17-page summary version. From the Suicide Prevetion Resource Center