Washington State University

December 2013

Native American Programs News

Welcome to the newsletter of Washington State University’s Plateau Center for Native American Programs.  This monthly publication features people and events of interest to WSU’s Native community, alumni, and supporters.

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December 2013

Barbara Aston

Letter from the Director/Tribal Liaison

Native Youth Sports Summit

Native Students Learn from Collegiate Athletes
If you want to be a college athlete, it’s going to take a lot of discipline and hard work, and you should start developing those qualities now.  That was the resounding message students attending the Native American Youth Sports Summit received.

Greg Urquhart

WSU Welcomes Society of Indian Psychologists Chapter to Campus
When clinical psychology student Greg Urquhart first heard of the Society of Indian Psychologists, he was immediately intrigued.


Rounddance a Fun and Educational Evening for WSU and Community
ASWSU Ku-Ah-Mah, WSU's Native student organization, held its annual rounddance Saturday Nov 2, 2013 at the SEL Event Center.  Several hundred people shared a meal and danced the evening away, socializing with friends new and old.

Representative John McCoy WSU Students Meet Native Legislator, John McCoy
Washington State House Representative John McCoy visited the WSU campus November 4th and 5th and met with students, staff, and faculty for a dinner hosted by WSU Native Programs, and a lunch hosted jointly by Multicultural Student Services and WSU Native Programs.
NAAB Meeting
Native American Student Center

Stop In the NASC for Quiet Study Space and Snacks!
This week, December 2nd through 6th, the center will be open extended hours to accommodate study tables and individual quiet studying areas will be provided for those who want a place to study.

Autumn Jones RECRUITMENT CORNER: It's Application Season!
As winter weather approaches, upcoming travel will slow down for the next few months and I will be focused on assisting new applicants for fall 2014 and planning events for the upcoming year.
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