News & Events

New assistant director to join the UMD American Indian Learning Resource Center on June 7.

Reflecting on a retiring director’s contributions to students, UMD, and beyond.

Collaborative UMN project connecting Indigenous perspective, humanities scholarship, and community in problem-solving for the environment.

Lea Carr is retiring on September 1 from her position as assistant director of the AILRC after 19 years of service to students at UMD.

Director hired to lead statewide tribal child welfare worker training

UMD celebrates the first graduates of the MTRES program.

UMD’s American Indian Learning Resource Center teamed up with the College of St.

Alumni tell the story of early years of the American Indian Studies program.

UMD Center for Regional and Tribal Child Welfare Studies is a leader in tribal child welfare worker training.

UMD is hosting an event in honor of its recent Land Acknowledgment statement.