1st Annual Little River Institute Indigenous Education Conference 

April 28-29, 2016

Featured speakers

The Little River Institute Indigenous Education Conference is intended to showcase personal experiences, recent research, and current events that impact the lives of Native American students, their families, and their communities in Montana and across Indian Country.  
 
The Conference will be organized into three different tracks: 
 
  • Student projects, including research, storytelling, and performances in a variety of presentation formats. 
  • Support services, especially understanding the impact of modern and historical trauma on Native American students.
  • Faculty presentations, specifically research and practice in effective pedagogy and curriculum development within the context of Indian Education For All.
 
The Little River Institute is dedicated to improving the retention and completion rates of American Indian students in higher education.

SUPAMAN

DR. PEARL YELLOWMAN

DR. CASSANDRA MANUELITO-KERKVLIET

MANDY SMOKER BROADDUS

ANGELA MCLEAN

DENISE

JUNEAU

Contact  

For more information about the Little River Institute or the conference, contact:

     Erica McKeon-Hanson

     Program Director for the Little River Institute

     Montana State University-Northern Extended University

     (406)265-3713

     erica.mckeonhanson@msun.edu

Conference Materials 

TERRY BROCKIE

Montana State University-Northern · P.O. Box 7751 · 300 13th St West · Havre, MT 59501 · 800.662.6132

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