You are here
News-making student achievements include wins in national and international competitions; triumphs over personal adversity; and inventions and research with regional, national, global, and intergalactic impact.
Civil rights and Native American sovereignty rights seem to be moving toward a head on collision.
Drawing on community partnerships developed with Yup’ik Eskimo villagers, a new book combines research with indigenous perspectives to create a comprehensive understanding of colonialism in Alaska.
UNLV is a host site for the federally-funded Journey program, which puts Native American and other minority high school students interested in health research into college labs.
Native American master's student Ka-Voka Jackson is working to protect the environment and preserve her Hualapai culture.
Former UNLV basketball player Gwynn Hobbs Grant encourages Native American youths to create their own success.
Historian William Bauer chronicles the expeditions of American Indian leaders to Washington D.C. in a free public talk Oct. 5.
One of this year's Calvert Award winners for undergraduate researchers on how to avoid getting overwhelmed by massive amounts of research materials.
Historian Laurie Arnold dove into UNLV Libraries documents to learn how Native American leaders collaborated to overcome the obstacles in bringing tribal gaming to their communities.
William Bauer Jr. and Julia Sun-Joo Lee Named Emerging Scholars Under 40 by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Magazine.
- 1 of 2
- next ›
An expert on Native American history.