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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
Professor Charlotte Cote Charlotte Coté to Present 16th annual Samuel E. Kelly Distinguished Faculty Lecture February 13, 2020
Owen Oliver at the UW Intellectual House AIS student, Owen Oliver, becomes a 2020 Champion for Change January 29, 2020
Auston Jimmicum at the UW Intellectual house Auston Jimmicum, AIS minor, reflects on how he's grown at the UW January 29, 2020
Living Breath of welebaltx Indigenous Foods Symposium banner The Living Breath of wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ - Call for Presenters December 19, 2019
American Indian Studies bookcase with faculty research UW Graduate School to Get First Indigenous Studies Program December 17, 2019
Vancouver coastline view out of bookstore window Living in Place: an Indigenous student’s perspective abroad — Corbett scholar Owen Oliver November 19, 2019
Professor Holly Barker with several of her students Public Statement in Support of Dr. Holly Barker's Scholarship October 23, 2019
Iisaaksiichaa Braine and Jean Dennison speaking about CAIIS at the welebaltx intellectual house Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies receives $1.8M Mellon Foundation grant September 23, 2019
Some of the titles read by the Indigenous Studies Graduate Student Research Cluster this year: Our History is the Future by Nick Estes; Native American DNA by Kim TallBear; Beyond Settler Time by Mark Rifkin; As We Have Always Done by Leanne Simpson Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies Turns 1 year old May 23, 2019
"Raven's Journey" by Marvin Oliver, in the UW HUB AIS Professor Emeritus Marvin Oliver to Receive UW’s 2019 Odegaard Award January 23, 2019
the Willapa Spirit honor canoe American Indian Studies class, "Engaging with the Waterways," featured in UW Daily November 27, 2018
University Launches New Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies October 25, 2018
Scott Pinkham Scott Pinkham Receives Distinguished Alumni Award October 9, 2018
Stephanie Fryberg Dr. Fryberg appointed Gerberding University Professor September 25, 2018
Canoes landing on Alki Beach during the Tribal Canoe Journeys, July 2018 Professor Coté Takes Students Beyond the Classroom September 12, 2018
Cover of the Spring 2018 Issue of Daedalus Dr. Stephanie Fryberg showcases her work in the Spring 2018 issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences April 18, 2018