American Indian Studies Program
Greetings or hello in Ojibwe / Ho-Chunk / Potawatomi / Mohican / Menominee / Oneida
The American Indian Studies Program exists primarily to assist with the implementation of the curricular requirements in the areas of American Indian history, culture, and tribal sovereignty. The program is also responsible for American Indian Language and Culture Education.
- Provide training opportunities
- Present at conferences and workshops
- Develop and disseminate materials
- Provide general consultation on issues related to American Indian Studies and the education of American Indian students
- Serve as liaison to tribal education departments, Wisconsin Indian Education Association (WIEA), and Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council (GLITC), and Special Committee on State-Tribal Relations
American Indian Students and Items of Religious and Cultural Significance
2018-2019 Applications for American Indian Language Revitalization Grants
There are a variety of local, regional, state and national organizations that sponsor conferences, meetings, and trainings that may be of interest to those working in the area of American Indian studies or education. These professional development opportunities range from one day to a week long, the items listed on the icon or the Calendar of Events section above provide a rich diversity of events and opportunities for those interested in this work.