NAS Instructor Opens a Native-Owned Business Consulting Firm
Instructor Maunka Morgan, a member of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, has opened a consulting firm to assist Native business owners. Chick here to learn more.
NAS Programs and Projects Highlighted in UNO Magazine
Articles in the current issue of UNO Magazine foucus on Ed Zendejas' effort to create a FEMA certificate for tribal emergency management (page 19). A second story discusses the use of Native American names for school mascots. Click on either item to read the associated story.
Wellbound Storytellers Launched: A Blog for Sharing the Journey to Wellness
Wellbound Storytellers was created by Dr. Teresa Lamsam as a way for Native peoples to share their journeys to good health. It can be accessed here.
NAS Welcomes its New Workstudy Assistant
Gretchen Carroll, President of the Inter-Tribal Student Council, will be working part time each week in the Native American Studies office, ASH 106.
Remembering Dr. Judy Boss
Native American Studies honors the memory of colleague Judy Boss. Click to learn more.
Acoma Pot - The pottery exhibited on his page was crafted by Lucy Lewis. Born and raised in Acoma Pueblo, Lucy Lewis was instrumental in reviving the designs of eleventh-century, Mimbres-style pottery.