Papers and Presentations

Relationality and Student Engagement: Connecting Teaching and Learning at a Tribal College

The following article was published in Tribal College and University Research Journal —— Volume 1, Issue 1, Fall 2016. The authors are Brian Compton and Ted Williams, NWIC, and Cheryl Crazy Bull, President of the American Indian College Fund and former NWIC president. Click here to download a PDF version of the article Institutions... »

Strategies for Student Success – In-Service March 5, 2015

On March 5, 2015 we had a faculty in-service presentation and discussion that built upon a talk at the 2014 Vine Deloria, Jr. Indigenous Studies Symposium by Dr. Daniel Wildcat. Dr. Wildcat’s talk was followed by a presentation by Don McCluskey on how the ideas and principles in Dr. Wildcat’s talk apply at NWIC.... »

5th Annual Teaching and Learning Institute – Dan Wildcat

Dr. Daniel WIldcat was the Keynote presenter at the 5th Annual Teaching and Learning Institute.   A video of his keynote presentation is available by following the link below 218 »

Orientation to Indian Education – Presentation by Cheryl Crazy Bull 2011

Cheryl Crazy Bull made a presentation to NWIC faculty and staff on the history and purpose of Indian Education. The audio of her presentation, which lasts about 71 minutes, is available to down;pad at the following link –> Indian Education Presentation by Cheryl Crazy Bull 2011 »

Writing Across the Curriculum In-Service 3/4/2014

On March 4, 2014, Rebecca Saxon made an in-service presentation to faculty as pon Writing Across the Curriculum. Based on material gathered from the 2013 Conference on College Composition and Communication and from interviews with NWIC faculty, Saxton facilitated a discussion focused on concepts from Writing Across the Curriculum and a selection of Best... »

Peter Cole and Pat O’Riley Presentation at the Faculty Pre-service Jan. 6, 2014

Peter Cole and Pat O’Riley presented at the NWIC faculty pre-service on January 6, 2014 as part of our ongoing discussion of what it mean for NWIC to be a 4 year tribal college and how can faculty support the development of indigenous research and scholarship. Click here to watch Peter and Pat’s presentation Here is  a... »

4th annual Teaching and Learning Institute – Sept. 9 and 10, 2013

The Journey of Scholarship: Connecting Teaching and Student Scholarship The purpose of the annual Teaching and Learning Institute is to build the capacity of faculty to teach at a four year tribal college. The theme of the 4th annual institute was – The Journey of Scholarship: Connecting Teaching and Student Scholarship. Our keynote presenter was Dr.... »

The NWIC Teaching and Learning Initiative Plan – 2012-2017

Introduction The Teaching and Learning Initiative Plan sustains and builds upon the goals and accomplishments of the Woksape Oyate grant which funded the Teaching and Learning Initiative from 2007 through June 2012. In addition, this plan supports and aligns with the NWIC Assessment Plan (2012-2017), the Achieving the Dream Implementation Plan (2012-2016), the Strategic... »

Publication and Dissemination Workshop with Marjane Ambler – Jan. 4, 2013

Handouts Here is the PowerPoint used by Marjane  Ambler, former editor of the Tribal College Journal, at the faculty pre-service publications workshop on Jan. 4, 2013. Her handouts used at the presentation are also available below. Publication and Dissemination Workshop PowerPoint Presentation Handout on academic writing Handout on Writing tips for publishing Handout on... »

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn discusses Native Studies at the 2012 Teaching and Learning Institute

Note: Unfortunately, this video is no longer available to view Here is the video of Elizabeth Cook-Lynn, Professor Emerita from Eastern Washington University, discussing the what is Native Studies and the foundational principles that underlie NWIC’s Bachelor of Arts in Native Studies Leadership. Elizabeth Cook-Lynn speaking at the 2012 Teaching and Learning Summer Institute »


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