- Student Research Showcase Native Science Report’s 2019-2020 Student Research Showcase is featuring the work of four students from tribal and Native-serving colleges. We begin with a paper by Kimberlee Blevins, a student at United Tribes Technical College.
- Distance Manufacturing In Navajo Technical University’s Advanced Manufacturing Summer Institute, the learning is virtual, but the results are 3D
- Closed But Not Quiet Faculty workshops and student research experiences move online as most tribal college campuses remain closed over the summer.
- Healing Our Own Rapid spread of the coronavirus in many Native communities reflects longstanding social, economic, and political inequalities. Lack of data and widespread mistrust of the health care system exacerbates the problem. Tribal college educators say their nursing and public health programs are part of the solution.
- STEM Educators Discuss NSF Grant Opportunities In a virtual meeting of TCUP-funded institutions, NSF announces extended deadlines for proposals and offers advice for proposal writing and grant management.
- Speak Truth, Teach Compassion, Build Communities With the nation at a crossroads, the larger purpose of higher education must be remembered and restored. Tribal colleges can help lead the way.
- Printing Protection Two tribal colleges are using their 3D printers to manufacture protective face masks for local health workers.
- Coronavirus Updates The latest news related to COVID-19 responses at tribal colleges and within Native communities: Colleges celebrate graduations online; number of cases on Navajo Nation exceed 6,000; colleges maintain online instruction though summer [Updated June 9]
- Tribal Colleges Prepare for the Coronavirus Multiple colleges are now restricting travel. Northwest Indian College closed for a day of staff training. Conferences are canceled as concern grows. [Story updated March 13]
- Building Pathways to STEM On the journey from college to career, Native students need “support, support, support,” argues a new report released by the University of Hawaii.