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The Public Policy & International Affairs Fellowship Program (PPIA) offers Junior Summer Institutes, which is a seven-week summer program that focuses on preparing students for graduate programs in public and international affairs. LEARN MORE

Resources to assist students in learning python coding language. Examples and instructions included in attached documents.

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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Deadline 13-Apr-2018

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.