MSU Indigenous Graduate Student Collective Hosts First Conference Today

About the Indigenous Gradate School Collective (featuring several MSU law students).

Conference materials here:

Anishinabeg e-maawizijig gizhiikamoowad akinoowamaadiwinan

First Annual Indigenous Graduate Student Collective Symposium

Building Campus and Community Bridges

Friday, March 15, 2013

9am-3:30pm

Kresge Art Center, Rooms 41 and 108

 Register for the Symposium Here

Symposium Flyer

Parking Map

There are a few handicap parking places right next to the building otherwise the map can direct you to visitor parking.

Schedule

9:00-9:30am

Check in and Light Breakfast – Room 108

9:30-10:00am

Welcome & Introductions – Room 108

Marie Schaefer, Indigenous Graduate Student Collective

10:00-11:30am

Morning Panel & Discussion on Programs and Opportunities for Indigenous Students – Room 108

  • Dr. Le Anne Silvey, Director of the American Indian Studies Program
  • Dr. Gordon Henry, Director of the Native American Institute
  • North American Indigenous Student Organization Member – TBA
  • Adam Haviland – Indigenous Graduate Student Collective founding member and

Anthropology graduate student

11:30-Noon

Question and Answer Session – Room 108

12:00-12:40pm

Lunch

12:45-1:30pm

Key Note Speaker

Dr. Matthew Fletcher, Director of the Indigenous Law and Policy Center – Room 108

1:30- 1:45

Break

1:45-3:15

Afternoon Discussion Groups – Room 41

  1. Education
  2. Law
  3. Environmental Issues
  4. Ojibwe  Language

3:15-3:30

Closing Remarks – Room 41

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