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Center for Native American Research & Collaboration Provides Resources, Support

by Ken Lokensgard, Assistant Director, Center for Native American Research & Collaborations

 

The Center for Native American Research & Collaboration (CNRC) continues its work in the area of ethical research and other collaborations, with the focus of meeting tribal needs and supporting Indigenous scholars and scholarship. Such work, during the Spring Semester of 2020, has included faculty trainings on Indigenous Research methods, ongoing collaboration with the Institutional Review Board in the Office of Research Assurances, and more. » More …

Native Interests Represented on the Institutional Review Board

by Ken Lokensgard, Assistant Director, Center for Native American Research & Collaborations

 

Among the aims of the Center for Native American Research and Collaboration (CNRC) is to promote quality collaborative research that meets Tribal needs. The CNRC works toward achieving this in several ways. These include participating on the WSU Human Subjects Institutional Review Board and also offering trainings to faculty, staff, and others engaged in work related to the Tribes. » More …

Native Research Focused on by WSU CNRC

The Center for Native American Research and Collaboration (CNRC) continues its efforts to promote the importance of Indigenous knowledge and to facilitate collaborative research. While such needs are great, we benefit from the support of the administration and from many faculty members and staff throughout WSU and beyond. We remain committed to our work, and we’re initiating new policies, workshops, and other activities that help us meet these needs. » More …

Individuals Interested in Native Research Invited to Affiliates and Associates Program

by Ken Lokensgard, Assistant Director, Center for Native American Research & Collaborations

 

A primary focus of the Center for Native American Research & Collaboration (CNRC) during the 2019/2020 School year is the revitalization of the Affiliates and Associates Program. Affiliate members of this program include WSU faculty, administrative professionals, and staff, as well as members of various tribes. Associate members are scholars at other academic institutions.  Together, the Affiliates and Associates will focus their expertise, experience, and engagement on topics related to collaborative research, teaching, and outreach involving Native American communities. » More …