Check Out Nicky Bowman’s Panel at WIEA on Indigenous Resiliency Stories tomorrow!


Tomorrow at WIEA, Nicole Bowman along with panelists Geraldine Sanapaw, Monique Tyndall, Adrienne Thunder, and Nicole Fish will present “We Are NOT an Asterisk! Indigenous Resiliency Stories: Evidence-Based Strategies/Supports for Success in Higher Ed”.

Panelists will share their stories of resiliency and success in navigating, persisting, and graduating from academia. Blending family, cultural, and western strategies these panelists will provide what worked best for them and lessons learned. Audience discussion will help participants consider how these strategies and supports can be applied to their context(s). Panelists represent graduating from online graduate programs, public universities, private universities, and partial residency programs.

The panel starts at 11:15am in the Koshkonong room at the WIEA conference. See you there!

One of BPC’s Consultants Featured in the Tribal College Journal!


Photo credit to Tribal College Journal.

We’re excited to share that one of BPC’s consultants, Linda Sue Warner, has been featured in the Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education. We’re so honored to have Linda on our BPC team and truly admire her expertise in American Indian education. Click here to read the full article.

BPC Works with Tennessee Technological University

Project Summary:

BPC provides external grant evaluation to the Tennessee Technological University’s (TTU) National Science Foundation (NSF) STEP grant.  This 5 year and $2.5 million dollar project helps to create a pipeline of better educated secondary math students to TTU so they are prepared as they enter and are successful as they attend TTU as Math majors.  K-12 and Univeristy partnership articulation agreements, professional development, and curriculum development sessions are utilized to create pathways that are educationally rigorous as well as responsive to the private sector workforce needs.  BPC has worked with the TTU NSF grant leadership on IRB protocols, instruments, and data collection systems.  Capacity building work sessions as well as data retreats to discuss and utilize project and evaluation data are part of BPC’s work at TTU.  BPC also generates an annual external evaluation report and assists TTU with required NSF reports (STEP-April annually and Fast Lane-May annually).

Client Sector:

Higher Education

BPC Services:


Project Term:

2010 – 2015

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