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  • Faculty and Staff - Native American Studies Program
    American Studies Faculty and Staff Menu Menu Faculty and Staff Native American Studies Our faculty and staff are enthusiastic and accessible Please reach out with any questions or interests you have in our department Learn more about our university faculty and their accomplishments Anthony Tony Aveni Russell Colgate Distinguished University Professor of Astronomy and Anthropology and Native American Studies 410 Ho Science Center P 315 228 7214 aaveni colgate edu Michelle Bigenho Professor of Anthropology and Africana Latin American Studies 428 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7030 mbigenho colgate edu Melissa Kagle Assistant Professor of Educational Studies 12 Persson Hall P 315 228 6156 mkagle colgate edu Jordan Kerber Professor of Anthropology and Native American Studies 421 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7559 jkerber colgate edu Laura Klugherz Professor of Music Africana Latin American Studies and Director of Chamber Music 104 James C Colgate Hall P 315 228 7643 lklugherz colgate edu Carol Ann Lorenz Associate Professor of Native American Studies Director Native American Studies Program 415 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7184 clorenz colgate edu Edith Edie MacPherson Administrative Assistant in the Peace Conflict Studies Native American Studies and Africana Latin American Studies Departments 221 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7806 emacpherson colgate edu Jenna Reinbold Assistant Professor of Religion 318 Lawrence Hall P 315 228 6466 jreinbold colgate edu Heather Roller Assistant Professor of History 322 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7563 hroller colgate edu Christopher Chris Vecsey Harry Emerson Fosdick Professor of the Humanities and Native American Studies and Religion 303 Lawrence Hall P 315 228 7277 cvecsey colgate edu Sarah Wider Professor of English and Women s Studies 312 Lathrop Hall P 315 228 7781 swider colgate edu Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Africana and Latin American Studies Art and Art History Asian Studies

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/departments-and-programs/native-american-studies/faculty-and-staff (2016-02-01)
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  • Student Resources - Native American Studies - Colgate
    studies As a Native American studies student you can apply for fellowships in one or more of these divisions depending on the research topic Each fellowship normally supports eight to ten weeks of research on campus Research topics may be generated by faculty members or they may be based on students individual interests though faculty sponsorship is required Learn more about summer research fellowships College Bound Program for American Indian Youths Native American students and those in the Native American Studies program are eligible for a one week paid assistantship serving as mentors and guides in this community outreach program that invites Native American students from area middle schools and high schools to the Colgate campus for a one week program of classes taught by Colgate faculty and visiting Iroquois specialists The program presently organized with the assistance of the Title IX coordinator in the Syracuse school district and the North American Indian Project NAIP is designed to acquaint youths with college life and expand their future goals to include attending college Contact the department for more information The Iroquois Study Group Colgate is set among the historic lands of the Iroquois or Haudenosaunee People of the Longhouse one of the most powerful and famous confederacies of American Indians These peoples the Senecas Cayugas Onondagas Oneidas Mohawks and Tuscaroras live on seven different reservations throughout New York state several other reservations are located just beyond the borders in Quebec and Ontario This on campus study group of four varied yet complementary courses about the Iroquois goes off campus to observe and participate in festivals and social celebrations and to meet with such prominent figures as clan mothers artists museum administrators environmentalists NAGPRA Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act committee members and faithkeepers Throughout the semester Native American studies programming fosters Iroquois presence on campus The Longyear Museum hosts an exhibition of Iroquois art Iroquois speakers visit classes and speak in public forums Native American Student Association NASA Membership in Colgate s NASA is open to students of Native American heritage students in the Native American studies program and all other students with a sincere interest in Native American cultures Learn more about NASA ALANA Cultural Center The African Latin American Asian and Native American ALANA Cultural Center serves Colgate as a learning center and focal point for students and organizations belonging to those cultures or who wish to learn about them Learn more about ALANA Summer Archaeology Program Advanced students with a background in archaeology may gain additional experience by assisting in ongoing summer excavations at local Native American sites Professor Jordan Kerber and his students supervise Onondaga Nation students at an Archaeology Camp run by teachers from Fayetteville Manlius High School The project focuses on limited archaeological excavation of the Broadfield site in Manlius N Y which was settled by the Onondaga around 550 years ago PAPAC Copan Honduras The Proyecto Arqueologico para la Planificacion de la Antigua Copan PAPAC or in English The Copan Urban Planning Project

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/departments-and-programs/native-american-studies/student-resources (2016-02-01)
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  • Off-Campus Study - Native American Studies - Colgate
    Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Departments and Programs Native American Studies Off Campus Study Menu Menu Off Campus Study in Native American Studies We strongly encourage Native American studies students to expand their global perspective by studying off campus and abroad Check out some of these great opportunities Colgate has to offer Colgate Semester Programs Our off campus study office offers full semester off campus study opportunities all over the world In these programs you will travel live and study with your Colgate classmates and a Colgate faculty adviser whilst simultaneously immersing yourself in the culture of your temporary home Of particular interest to Native American studies students is the Santa Fe Study Group which is offered in alternating years This unique program allows you to take a full course load while studying off campus and immersing yourself in Native American life and culture Learn more about the Santa Fe Study Group Extended Study Programs Some courses across disciplines include an extended study opportunity in which course participants continue the class off campus for two or three weeks after the conclusion of the semester Check out the current extended study opportunities from all departments Colgate affiliated Programs As a university we also are directly affiliated with several other off campus study programs you may find interesting Check out all affiliated off campus study programs Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Africana and Latin American Studies Art and Art History Asian Studies Biology Chemistry The Classics Computer Science East Asian Languages and Literatures Economics Educational Studies English Environmental Studies Film and Media Studies Geography Geology German History International Relations Jewish Studies LGBTQ Studies Linguistics Mathematics Medieval

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/departments-and-programs/native-american-studies/off-campus-study (2016-02-01)
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  • Events - Native American Studies - Colgate University
    Center Details Spring 2014 Dr Mari Lyn Salvador Public Lecture The Art of Being Kuna Layers of Meaning Among the Kuna of Panama April 7 2014 4 30 p m Persson Auditorium Opening Reception Layered Meanings Kuna Indian Mola Textiles from Panama April 7 2014 5 30 p m Longyear Museum Details PDF Joanna Radin Public Lecture Off the Rez How Indigenous Bodies Became Big Data March 13 2014 4 30 p m 101 Ho Science Center Details PDF Orlando White Poetry Writing Workshop March 12 2014 4 30 p m ALANA Lounge Poetry Reading To See Letters March 11 2014 4 30 p m Persson Auditorium Details PDF Dennis Banks Public Lecture State of the Affairs of Indian Country March 3 2014 7 00 p m 101 Ho Science Center Details PDF Scatter Their Own Oppression and the Struggle for Identity February 20 2014 3 00 p m ALANA Lounge Details PDF Susan Burch Public Lecture Discovered Pasts Revisiting the Canton Asylum for Insane Indians 1902 1934 February 6 2014 4 15 p m 207 Lathrop Hall Details PDF Fall 2013 Native American Student Association Presents Brown Bag The True Story of Thanksgiving November 21 2013 11 30 a m 110 Alumni Hall Details Ed Cavanagh Public Lecture How Companies Got Their Land and Natives Lost It The Corporate Foundations of Settler Colonialism in the USA and South Africa November 13 2013 7 00 p m Persson Auditorium Persson Hall Details John Trudell Public Lecture Intelligence as Alternative Energy November 7 2013 4 30 p m Golden Auditorium Little Hall Film Screening Trudell the Documentary November 8 2013 5 p m Golden Auditorium Little Hall Details PDF Pottery of the Native American Southwest ARTS ANTH 250 Class Exhibition Catered reception during Family Weekend October 26 2013 3 00 4 30 p m 111 Alumni Hall Details PDF John MacDonald Public Lecture Inuit Astronomy More Than Meets The Eye October 23 2013 4 30 p m Ho Tung Vis Lab Details PDF Native American Arts and Culture Festival October 19 2013 9 30 5 00 p m Sanford Field House Details PDF Leah Shenandoah Exhibition O whahsa Protection Comfort Healing September 2 to November 1 2013 Longyear Museum Alumni Hall 2nd floor Reception Thursday September 19 2013 4 30 6 00 p m Longyear Museum Alumni Hall 2nd floor Details PDF Jack Rossen Public Lecture Longhouse Cookhouse Smoking Pipes Eclipse Archaeology of the Cauyga Heartland and the Origins of Confederacy September 18 2013 at 4 30 p m Ho Tung Vis Lab Details PDF Spring 2013 Sunny Dooley Navajo Storyteller April 18 2013 4 15 p m ALANA Cultural Center Multipurpose Room Details Brown Bag Working with the Oglala Lakota Nation Presented by Project PEACE and Native American Studies Program April 11 2013 12 20 p m COVE Lounge 109 Lathrop Hall Fall 2012 Local Legacies A Look at the Material Culture of Indigenous Peoples in the Hamilton NY Area November 29 2012 4 30 6 00 p m Hamilton

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  • Photos - Native American Studies - Colgate University
    LGBTQ Life Career Services Distinctly Colgate Distinctly Colgate Overview Intellectual Engagement Global Perspective Success After Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Departments and Programs Native American Studies NAST Photos Menu Menu Native American Studies Program Photos Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Africana and Latin American Studies Art and Art History Asian Studies Biology Chemistry The Classics Computer Science East Asian Languages and Literatures Economics Educational Studies English Environmental Studies Film and Media Studies Geography Geology German History International Relations Jewish Studies LGBTQ Studies Linguistics Mathematics Medieval Renaissance Studies Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Music Native American Studies Academic Program Course Offerings Faculty and Staff Student Resources Off Campus Study Events NAST Photos Class Projects Neuroscience Peace and Conflict Studies Philosophy Physics Astronomy Political Science Psychology Religion Romance Languages and Literatures Russian and Eurasian Studies Sociology and Anthropology Theater

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  • Class Projects - Native American Studies - Colgate University
    Center LGBTQ Life Career Services Distinctly Colgate Distinctly Colgate Overview Intellectual Engagement Global Perspective Success After Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Departments and Programs Native American Studies Class Projects Menu Menu Native American Studies Class Projects We challenge our students to not only do high level academic work but to be excellent communicators teaching them to effectively share their work and its significance with others Rising from the Subsoil By Michael Newberg 11 Rising from the Subsoil is a video created by Michael Newberg 11 that focuses on the relationship between avocational and professional archaeologists working on Native American sites in Central New York Projects from Other Departments Faculty across the university are encouraging their students to create multimedia projects such as the one above Check out the archives to see more student work Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Africana and Latin American Studies Art and Art History Asian Studies Biology Chemistry The Classics Computer Science East Asian Languages and Literatures Economics Educational Studies English Environmental Studies Film and Media Studies Geography Geology German History International Relations Jewish Studies LGBTQ Studies Linguistics Mathematics Medieval Renaissance Studies Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Music Native American Studies Academic Program Course Offerings Faculty and Staff Student Resources Off Campus Study Events NAST Photos Class Projects Neuroscience Peace and Conflict Studies Philosophy Physics Astronomy Political Science Psychology Religion Romance Languages and Literatures Russian and Eurasian Studies Sociology and Anthropology Theater Women

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  • Directory - Colgate University
    Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Colgate Directory Last Name First Name Everyone Faculty Staff Students Select Department Or Office All Accounting and Control Admission Africana and Latin American Studies ALANA Cultural Center Art and Art History Asian Studies Athletics Biology Bookstore Budget Decision Support Campus Safety Career Services Center for Leadership and Student Involvement Center for Learning Teaching and Research Center for Outreach Volunteerism and Education COVE Chapel House Chaplain Chemistry Classics Colgate Camp Communications Community Affairs Computer Science Counseling Center Dean of the College Dean of the Faculty Provost Dining Services Document Services East Asian Languages and Literatures Economics Education Electronics English Environmental Health Safety Environmental Studies Equity and Diversity Facilities B G Film and Media Studies Finance Administration Financial Aid Geography Geology German Greek Life Health Services History Human Resources Humanities Information Technology Institutional Advancement Institutional Planning Research International Relations International Student Services Jewish Studies LGBTQ Initiatives LGBTQ Studies Library Linguistics Mail Services Mathematics Medieval and Renaissance Studies Middle Eastern Studies and Islamic Civilization Music National Fellowships Native American Studies Natural Sciences Neuroscience Off Campus Study Outdoor Education Peace and Conflict Studies Philosophy Physical Education Recreation Sports Physics and Astronomy Picker Art Gallery Political Science President s Office Psychology Purchasing Registrar Religion Residential Life Romance Languages Russian Eurasian Studies Shaw Wellness Institute Social Sciences Sociology and Anthropology Summer Programs Sustainability Theater Thought into Action Institute Undergraduate Studies University Studies Upstate Institute Women s Studies Writing and Rhetoric All 2016 2017 2018 2019 A B C D E F

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  • Success After Colgate Results
    Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Distinctly Colgate Success After Colgate Success After Colgate Results Success After Colgate Native American studies Choose a Major Africana Latin American studies Art and art history Asian studies Astrogeophysics Astronomy physics Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Chinese Classical studies Classics Computer science Computer science mathematics Economics Educational studies English Environmental biology Environmental economics Environmental geography Environmental geology Environmental studies French Geography Geology German Greek History Humanities International relations Japanese Latin Mathematical economics Mathematics Molecular biology Music Native American studies Natural sciences Neuroscience Peace and conflict studies Philosophy Philosophy and religion Physical science Physics Political science Psychology Religion Russian and Eurasian Studies Social sciences Sociology and anthropology Spanish Theater Women s studies SUCCESS AFTER COLGATE RESULTS ALUMNI SPOTLIGHTS Teacher Global History Geography Shenendehowa CAD 1998 graduate Adjustment Specialist Oppenheimer Funds Inc 1999 graduate Regional Manager Southern Maine American Indian Association 2010 graduate Residence Hall Director Cornell University 2004 graduate Preservation Officer Maryland State Historic Preservation Office 1996 graduate Systems Integration Test Analyst Deloitte LLP 2007 graduate Owner Interior Designer Wainwright Designs 1996 graduate Attorney Real Estate Law Center at Williamsville 2004 graduate PhD Student University of Wisconsin 2004 graduate Attorney US Department of Energy 2000 graduate Legislative Director National Indian Health Board 1996 graduate Operations Administrator at Center for Community Engagement St John Fisher College 1999 graduate Lead Occupational Therapist Life Care Center of Greeley 1999 graduate Associate Cassidy Turley 2011 graduate Postdoctoral Fellow Cincinnati Children s Hospital Medical Center 2002

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