The McNickle Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies invites applications to the Newberry Consortium in American Indian and Indigenous Studies (NCAIS) Summer Institute for July 5-28, 2023, which focuses on the theme of “Indigenizing Schools: Struggles of Native American and Indigenous Education” that I (Dr. Farina King, University of Oklahoma) and Dr. Kallie Kosc (Oklahoma State University) will co-teach.
The Newberry Consortium in American Indian and Indigenous Studies (NCAIS) provides essential training for graduate students in Indigenous Studies. Every year, students from member universities [that includes the University of Oklahoma] are invited to hone their research skills at a spring workshop, delve into the Newberry collection during a summer institute, and present their work at a graduate conference.
Applications for the graduate NCAIS Summer Institute should be directed to the NCAIS faculty liaison at the member institution by March 31, 2023. If you are a graduate student at the University of Oklahoma, contact the NCAIS liaison Dr. Warren Metcalf at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested and want to apply for this summer institute.
Learn more about the NCAIS at https://www.newberry.org/research/research-centers/mcnickle-center/consortium. See the flyer for details about the summer institute.
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