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  • The President and the Pipeline

    A Boyd Law School panel on Native Rights, environmental justice, energy policy, presidential power, and the Dakota Access Pipeline.

    October 17, 2016
    12 p.m.–1:30 p.m.
    William S. Boyd School of Law

  • Save the Date

    2016 Native American Welcome Day

    Please join us as we welcome (new & returning) students and their families to campus.
  • AIA Faculty Members Offer Debate-Related Activities

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  • American Indian and Alaska Native Graduation Ceremony

    The American Indian Alliance held its annual convocation on May 13, 2016.

    Honorees included (L to R) Teola Shaw, Phawnn Eske, Jacquelyn Witt, Sara Witt, and Fawn Douglas.

  • The American Indian Research and Education Center

    The American Indian Research and Education Center (AIREC) is a UNLV research center designed to serve tribes and the general public. The center is an independent entity, under the School of Community Health Sciences, focusing on the specific needs of American Indians in Nevada, the region, and the U.S.


The UNLV American Indian Alliance includes employees who are academic and administrative faculty members as well as those who are in classified positions. Our goal is to speak and act as a unified body for UNLV’s Native American population.


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