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Bad River Youth Learn About Their Culture Through Summer Programs

Fox 21 News | September 4, 2017

School of Nursing receives grant to expand Native American enrollment

UW News | July 12, 2017

$1M grant to boost engineering education at College of Menominee Nation

UW News | June 1, 2017

First cohort of Native students to graduate from UW-Madison college pipeline program

UW News | May 30, 2017

SSFC debates, approves Wunk Sheek budget

The Daily Cardinal | Dec. 6, 2016

Bird Bear calls for critical examination of the Wisconsin Idea to improve campus climate

The Daily Cardinal | Nov. 30, 2016

UW-Madison/Native Nations Summit

Kalihwisaks | April 2, 2015

UW summit brings Wisconsin tribal leadership back to campus

Mazina'igan: A Cronicle of the Lake Superior Ojibwe | April 2, 2015

Century-old connection in Wisconsin moves forward

A Digital Native American: Views of a Ho-Chunk | March 24, 2015

Tribal Leaders Partner With UW Researchers To Confront Environmental Challenges

Wisconsin Public Radio | March 12, 2015

UW-Madison/Native Nations Summit on Environment and Health: Highlighting the Importance of Collaboration

Captial City Hues | March 19, 2015

Sovereign partners: UW, native nations build collaborative relationships

In Common | Fall/Winter 2014

"Their own system of the world": Ojibwe culture revitalized through contested fish harvest

In Common | Fall/Winter 2014

Sovereign counsel: For professor Richard Monette, Indian law is his life's work

In Common | Fall/Winter 2014

Keeping their word: UW scholars help preserve Native languages

In Common | Fall/Winter 2014

Community-academic partnership works to improve tribal health: University-community support can improve health equity and reduce childhood obesity

In Common | Fall/Winter 2014

Good waters, good life: Community-based research with the Bad River Ojibwe

In Common | Fall/Winter 2014

Framing climate change with culture

In Common | Fall/Winter 2014

STUDENT REFLECTIONS

UW-Madison/Native Nations Summit on Environment and Health highlights importance of collaboration

By Jennifer Estes, Rubén Franco, Kevin Mauer, Joshua Rodriguez, William Voinot-Baron, Selah Agaba

UW/Native Nations Summit on Environment and Health: A Reflection

By Jacob Merten