Native American Undergraduate Students
are invited to apply for the
2016 Summer Research Opportunity
at the University of Arizona
with projects in
optics and photonics, hydrology, astronomy, soil sciences, atmospheric sciences, and environmental sciences, and more…
Click here for details!
Click here for a complete list of
Spring 2016 classes our department offers.
Sign up today for AIS 105, History of Native American Arts!
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Register now for Spring classes…
Take a look at the list of interesting classes our department is offering:
Spring 2016 Class Schedule
Come join us as we celebrate the
California Indian Day
with special guest, writer/author
Thursday, September 24, 2015
at 12:30 p.m. in room MD-157
AIS 295: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LANGUAGES
DIRECTED STUDY COURSE
PAUMA TRIBAL COMPLEX: LIBRARY
TUESDAY, AUGUST 18TH
WE WILL DISCUSS:
EXPLANATION OF PROTOCOLS
SIGNING OF CONTRACTS
THE COURSE ITSELF BEGINS AUGUST 31ST
AND ENDS DECEMBER 16TH
We still have Fall classes with space available!
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The American Indian Studies and American Studies Department offers a Certificate of Achievement, as well as CSU and UC transferable courses in the areas of
Arts and Humanities
Social and Behavioral Sciences
U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals.
Summer 2015 class offerings:
AIS 100: Intro to American Indian Studies
AIS 101: The American Indian Frontier
AIS 102: Indian/U.W. Political System
AIS 105: History of Native American Arts
AIS 145: American Indian Literature
AMS 100: American Culture and Identity
AMS 105: American West/Images and Identities
There is still space! Click here to register!
Saturday, April 18th, 2015
Don’t miss this opportunity at the San Marcos Community Center!
Sign up by April 1st!
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The Native American Student Alliance (NASA) is still seeking students to participate this semester, and in the coming academic year(s). The “Native club” – as it’s been coined – is open to all students. The Native club normally meets on Thursday afternoons at 2pm in SU-204.
NASA is holding a special meeting this coming Thursday March 12 (2pm, SU-204) as a meet-and-greet, as well as an informational session. It is rumored that “free food” may be available at this meeting!
If interested, please send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an exciting group of Native/non-Native students who are eager to get the ball rolling and be much more visible both on and off campus. It’s supported by the AIS Dept. as well as Palomar College in general. It’s a wonderful way to become more involved with the local Native community and support Palomar College.
Prof. Lechusza Aquallo