NASPA
2019 NASPA Annual Conference

Beyond Access: Indigenizing Programs for Native American Student Success

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Centered on the book Beyond Access: Indigenous Programs for Native American Student Success, the presenters will highlight models and examples of pathways to success that align with Native American students' aspirations and cultural values. This pre-conference is designed for student affairs practitioners and higher education administrators who seek to increase their understanding of Native American students in higher education.

Additional registration required
When

Sunday, March 10
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Where

304A
LA Convention Center

Presented by

Charlotte Davidson, Independent Scholar
Pam Agoyo, Director of American Indian Student Services and Special Assistant on Indian Affairs for President, University of New Mexico
George McClellan, Associate Professor of Higher Education, University of Mississippi
Robin Minthorn, Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership and Native American Studies, University of New Mexico
Shelly Lowe, Executive Director of Harvard University Native American Program, Harvard University
Heather Shotton, Associate Professor of Native American Studies, University of Oklahoma
Christine Nelson, Assistant Professor of Higher Education, University of Denver
Matthew Makomenaw, College Pathways Administrator, The American Indian College Fund