Native American Coloring Books

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Native coloring books. Go to our web site to download free coloring book pages from the artists on today’s show bit.ly/2NvSuhl

Native American Center for Health Professions

The Native American Center for Health Professions (NACHP) is pleased to announce the next Distinguished Lecture Series featuring Dr. Annie Belcourt (Three Affiliated Tribes, Mandan, Hidatsa, Blackfeet and Chippewa) from the University of Montana Pharmacy Practice and School of Public and Community Health Sciences Department.  This lecture series is sponsored by the Indians into Medicine (INMED), Indian Health Service grant.

“American Indian Environmental Health:  Risk, Resiliency, and the Role of Traditional Ecological Knowledge”   

Friday, September 28, 2018

Health Sciences Learning Center, Room 1325
750 Highland Avenue, Madison WI 53705

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Lecture, Q&A, and Networking immediately following
(Light refreshments will be served)

CLICK HERE TO RSVP

Please share widely with your networks and colleagues.

We hope to see you there!

Opioid Facts for Teens

Opioid Facts for Teens
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) designed this guide to help teens and their families learn the facts about opioids and make smart, informed decisions. It includes frequently asked questions about opioids, a list of resources, and more. Read more

Honoring Health Newsletter: Suicide Prevention Resources for Native Populations

Honoring Health Newsletter: Suicide Prevention Resources for Native Populations
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) has released the latest issue of itsHonoring Health newsletter, which features suicide prevention resources for American Indians and Alaska Natives. Read the newsletter

Leveraging Program Evaluation and Data to Improve Your Services: Part 2

Leveraging Program Evaluation and Data to Improve Your Services: Part 2
Part 2 of this two-part webinar hosted by the Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center and sponsored by OJJDP is scheduled for Sept. 27 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. EDT. This webinar will provide an overview of program evaluation, discuss the types of evaluation, and cover how to select the best type of evaluation based on specific organizational needs. Register now

Leveraging Program Evaluation and Data to Improve Your Services: Part 1

Leveraging Program Evaluation and Data to Improve Your Services: Part 1
Part 1 of this two-part webinar hosted by the Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center and sponsored by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) is scheduled for Sept. 13 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. EDT. This webinar will provide an overview of program evaluation, discuss the types of evaluation, and cover how to select the best type of evaluation based on specific organizational needs. Register now

Dr. Bowman, First Native American to Receive AEA Award

Every year the American Evaluation Association (AEA) offers awards in eight distinct areas to acknowledge outstanding colleagues and outstanding work. BPC’s very own Waapalaneexkweew Nicole R. Bowman-Farrell is this years winner of the 2018 AEA Robert Ingle Service Award. This is the first time in the history of AEA that a Native American has won any award for the Association. Historic and groundbreaking.  We are so proud of this accomplishment and her continued service to the evaluation profession that influences evaluation globally. Congratulations Dr. Bowman!

Dr. Nicole Bowman

APPLY: Live Your Dream Education Grant- July 1 – Nov 15

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Hiring: Native Nations UW Assistant at UW Madison

NativeNations_UWNelsonStudentHourly8.15.18

 

GRANT: Phillips Fund for Native American Research

Grant

Phillips Fund for Native American Research

American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA/USA

https://www.amphilsoc.org/grants/phillips-fund-native-american-research

 

The Phillips Fund of the American Philosophical Society provides grants for research in Native American linguistics, ethnohistory, and the history of studies of Native Americans, in the continental United States and Canada.

 

The grants are intended for such costs as travel, tapes, films, and consultants’ fees. Grants are not made for projects in archaeology, ethnography, or psycholinguistics; for the purchase of permanent equipment; or for the preparation of pedagogical materials. The committee distinguishes ethnohistory from contemporary ethnography as the study of cultures and cultural change through time.

 

Eligibility

The committee prefers to support the work of younger scholars who have received the doctorate. Applications are also accepted from graduate students for research on master’s theses or doctoral dissertations.

 

It is assumed that appropriate contacts and arrangements have or will be made with communities for ethical access and community guidance.

 

The committee sometimes approves two awards to the same person within a five-year period.

 

Award and Duration

The average award is about $3,000; grants do not exceed $3,500. Grants are given for one year following the date of the award. Grants are taxable income, but the Society is not required to report payments. It is recommended that grant recipients discuss their reporting obligations with their tax advisors. Grant funds are not to be used to pay income taxes.

 

Requirements

Recipients of awards are expected to provide the American Philosophical Society Library with a brief formal report and copies of any field notes, films, audio recordings, transcriptions, etc., produced or acquired in the process of the grant-funded research. The materials will be made available to scholars using the Library’s collections.

 

Deadline: March 1, 2019

 

Contact Info: 

Linda Musumeci

Director of Grants and Fellowships

215-440-3429

 

Contact Email: lmusumeci@amphilsoc.org