Welcome to the newsletter of Washington State University’s Office of the Tribal Liaison. This monthly publication features people and events of interest to WSU’s Native community, alumni, and supporters.
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|Robbie Paul Creates Opportunities for Native American Students in Health Sciences
For young Natives interested in pursuing a career in the field of health and sciences, WSU’s Native American Health Sciences (NAHS) program offers a plethora of resources to help them reach their goals.
Na-ha-shnee Provides High School Students Health Career Experiences
|Speech and Hearing Sciences Remembers Visionary Leader
The Washington State University Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences (SHS) is developing a scholarship to honor the life of an influential Professor.
Daniel Zamora-Morales Strives to Help Other
Speech and Hearing Sciences Preparing Leaders for More than 25 Years
|RECRUITMENT CORNER: Your chance to visit WSU!
Lots of opportunities to visit WSU are coming up. Make your plans early!
5:30-7:30 p.m., Cleveland Hall 21B
Discussion of new Native Student Leadership Program. Sponsored by Tribal Liaison's Office. All WSU students welcome! Pizza served.
NAWA Talking Circle
6-9 p.m., Native American Culture House, 975 B Street
Dinner sponsored by WSU Native American Women's Association
First Friday Feed
12 - 2 p.m., Cleveland 21B in the Plateau Center
Free lunch sponsored by WSU Tribal Liaison's Office. Everyone welcome!
37th Annual Pah-Loots-Pu Powwow
Grand Entries 7 pm Friday, 11 am and 7 pm Saturday
ASWSU Ku-Ah-Mah's annual event!
7:30 p.m., Beasley Coliseum
Join author, poet, screenwriter, WSU alumnus and part-time comedian Sherman Alexie for an evening at Beasley Coliseum.