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Professor Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse Surveying the Native art of the Pacific Northwest April 6, 2021
artist Joe Seymour in front of his installed salmon artwork AIS Instructor Joe Seymour Brings Coast Salish Salmon to Olympia Waterfront March 3, 2021
Profile of Miranda Belarde-Lewis Miranda Belarde-Lewis featured as part of #UWInnovates March 1, 2021
Short Talks banner Full Recording of Short Talks: Home February 5, 2021
Owen Oliver at the UW Intellectual House Owen Oliver featured in College's Newsletter for his Indigenous Walking Tour January 26, 2021
Laura De Vos smiling at camera AIS Lecturer Publishes Article for Indigenous Sovereignty December 16, 2020
Kyra McFarland Transfer Student Update December 9, 2020
Sierra Campbell 2020 Udall Scholar Sierra Campbell Named 2020 Udall Scholar November 23, 2020
Book Cover Reclaiming the Reservation with photo of Professor Harmon Dr. Alexandra Harmon Awarded Western History Association Robert G. Athearn Award in 2020 November 23, 2020
Group photo all ocean nexus fellows MEET THE OCEAN NEXUS INDIGENOUS OCEAN ECOLOGIES FELLOWS November 19, 2020
Black Lives Matter on Indigenous Lands article cover photo AIS Graduate Publishes Article - BLM on Indigenous Lands in California November 4, 2020
Statement of Support for Our Sipekne’katik Relatives and All Mi’kmaq Fishers November 2, 2020
Stephanie Masterman pic Arctic minor participates in UArctic course October 19, 2020
Statement of Support for our Māori Colleagues and Staff at the University of Waikato September 15, 2020
AIS logo UW American Indian Studies Stands in Solidarity with the Movement for Black Lives June 8, 2020
Alumni Update: Calvin Smith June 4, 2020
Alumni Update: Amanda Hayes May 27, 2020
AIS student, Stuart Heslop wins  Thomas A. Lederman Endowed Scholarship May 26, 2020
Tami Hohn AIS Lecturer Tami Hohn- The Language of the Land May 4, 2020
Owen Oliver Owen L. Oliver featured on podcast- Native Stories May 4, 2020
Sierra Red Bow and Reidar Kelstrup, Phi Beta Kappa invitees and AIS majors American Indian Studies Students Honored as Phi Beta Kappa Invitees April 13, 2020
Center staff at an open house in 2019 CAIIS Offering Emergency Student Grant April 6, 2020
Resources for dealing with COVID-19 March 24, 2020
Sample shot of new website identifying Coast Salish art in King County New Tool Helps Locate Coast Salish Art in King County March 2, 2020
Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs, from left, Rob Alfred, John Ridsdale (Na'Moks) and Antoinette Austin, rally in support of the Wet’suwet’en Nation in Smithers, B.C., on Jan. 10, 2020. AIS Stands in Solidarity and in Support of the Wet’suwet’en People February 13, 2020

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