Jeri Jasken

Transforming Child Welfare

May 15, 2020

Director hired to lead statewide tribal child welfare worker training
sprit tree stands out amongst the fog

Protecting Tribal Natural Resources

May 14, 2020

UMD celebrates the first graduates of the MTRES program.
Students at the MN Capitol with Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan

Native Student Leadership Tour

March 27, 2020

UMD’s American Indian Learning Resource Center teamed up with the College of St. Scholastica’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion to offer a... more
1973 several young American Indian dancers at Anishinaabe week on the UMD campus

Anishinabe Days

March 18, 2020

Alumni tell the story of early years of the American Indian Studies program.
An American Indian family, smiling

Using an Indigenous Lens

January 28, 2020

UMD Center for Regional and Tribal Child Welfare Studies is a leader in tribal child welfare worker training.
white pine tree branches as seen from the ground looking upward

Recognizing an Enduring Relationship

October 22, 2019

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

Ojibwe Lessons

October 15, 2019

It took four generations and over 150 years for a powerful history to come to light.
CEHSP Dean Jill Pinkney Pastrana, Dr. David Beaulieu, and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan at the NIEA Convention

Professor Honored for Dedication to American Indian Education

October 9, 2019

UMD Professor David Beaulieu was recognized at a national event this month for his career-long commitment to improving educational... more
American Indian mother and children reading a book together

Federal Grant to Train Tribal Child Welfare Workers

September 3, 2019

American Indian children in Minnesota are 18.5 times more likely to be placed in foster care than their white peers.
James Clark

Curing Cultural Ignorance

April 1, 2019

UMD undergraduate discusses the museum role in accurately representing history.


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