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


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.



Check in and Light Breakfast – Room 108


Welcome & Introductions – Room 108

Marie Schaefer, Indigenous Graduate Student Collective


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


Question and Answer Session – Room 108




Key Note Speaker

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

1:30- 1:45



Afternoon Discussion Groups – Room 41

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


Closing Remarks – Room 41

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