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New Outreach Coordinator Advocates for Higher Education

by Shana Lombard, Communications Assistant

 

Anthony (Tony) Brave is settling into his new position as outreach coordinator after only being on the job for five months. Having come from another higher education institution, Brave said the transition was easy for him and he was eager to work directly with youth again.

Brave comes to WSU via The Evergreen State College where he taught undergraduate and graduate courses. He also taught classes at Northwest Indian College’s Nisqually site. Brave is a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe located in South Dakota. He earned his master’s in public administration with emphasis in tribal governance from The Evergreen State College. » More …

“Water is Life” 2nd Annual Free the Snake Flotilla: Restoring America’s Greatest Salmon River

By: Sue Gilchrist, WSU Native American Programs’ Principal Assistant

 

It all started with an event at Moscow’s Kenworthy Theatre. The showing was the award winning documentary film “Return of the River” which brings to light a successful dam removal project in Washington State on the Elwha River. About a minute into the film, Kay Kay Weso, co-worker at WSU Native American Programs, and I knew we were “in” and registered for the 2nd annual Free the Snake Flotilla! » More …