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Brown Bag Speaker Series - “Indian Country 101”
Understanding Native American Cultural Perspective in Youth, Families, and Communities - Dr. Joseph Hiller
“Indian Country 101”…A Primer on Indigenous America and Arizona Tribes
Dr. Hiller (Lakota) is the Head of the American Indian Studies Program, Assistant Dean for American Indian Programs, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), Associate Director of the Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, and Assistant Director of Arizona Cooperative Extension. He provides leadership for CALS programs, projects, and activities dealing with Arizona's Indian tribes, nations, communities and tribal colleges including Cooperative Extension, academic programs, and research effort.
Join us on
November 18, 2010
McClelland Park Conference Room 402
650 N. Park Avenue
McClelland Park Building
Bring your lunch!
Light refreshments will be served.
To RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you there.
Released date:Oct 28 2010