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The American Indian Studies Program is committed to the in-depth study of cultures, values, history and contemporary life of Indigenous nations and peoples of North America. Through a blend of courses of various disciplines, interactions with American Indian professionals, elders, and peers, students will develop abilities and enhance their knowledge and understanding of the issues.
Joelle Edwards, AIS and psychology major,'16My capstone examined learning communities, in the hopes of establishing as Inter-Tribal LLC at UW-Eau Claire. I am currently a graduate student at Northern Arizona University in the Counseling- Student Affairs Program and I work for Housing and Residence Life as a Graduate Assistant for Residential Learning Communities.
The American Indian Studies Program is committed to the in-depth study of cultures, values, history and contemporary life of Indigenous nations and peoples of North America. This interdisciplinary program allows students to tailor the specifics of their plan to thier interests in multiple academic and social avenues.A program with wide application
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