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Randall, Monte – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2022
The Native American Leadership Model is a source for understanding leadership styles through a lens of tribal core values and Indigenous learning methodologies. This model can serve as a tool to reclaim and assert the Indigenous perspective on Native American leadership that was dismantled over centuries through U.S. assimilation policies. The…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, American Indians, Leadership Styles, Leadership Role
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Martin, Robert – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2022
Traditional tribal leadership manifests qualities reflected in the "servant leadership" model coined by Robert K. Greenleaf in 1970. Servant leadership focuses on one's service to the community and the creation of an environment where everyone can realize their full potential. The priority is ensuring that community members' needs are…
Descriptors: Leadership, Leadership Styles, Indigenous Personnel, Strategic Planning
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Crazy Bull, Cheryl – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2022
In recent years, many Native scholars and leaders explored leadership from an Indigenous perspective by situating it in place and within tribal values reflective of that place, with an understanding that for Native people, place and identity are entwined. Tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) operate in a multifaceted web of social, educational,…
Descriptors: Minority Serving Institutions, Tribally Controlled Education, Tribal Sovereignty, Leadership
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Friskics, Scott; McClain, Elizabeth – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2022
After serving more than 20 years as president of Aaniiih Nakoda College (ANC) in Montana, President Carole Falcon-Chandler leaves behind a long list of accomplishments, a legacy of compassionate and visionary leadership. This article examines President Falcon-Chandler's life and contributions to the college and that of her successor, Dr. Sean…
Descriptors: College Administration, College Presidents, Community Colleges, Tribally Controlled Education
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Williams, Richard B.; Gavazzi, Stephen M.; Roberts, Michael E.; Snyder, Brian W.; Low, John N.; Hoy, Casey; Chaatsmith, Marti L.; Charles, Michael – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2022
The Stepping Out and Stepping Up (SOSU) Native American Racial Justice Project initiative, developed in partnership with First Nations Development Institute (FNDI), was designed to address the dispossession and sale of tribal lands used to establish the Ohio State University. This work was inspired by the publication of the "Land Grab…
Descriptors: Land Grant Universities, Tribally Controlled Education, Minority Serving Institutions, Land Settlement
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Johnson, Caitline A.; Parisien, Tyler J. – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2022
As a result of historical trauma, it is an important step for Indigenous communities to take control of the research taking place with Indigenous populations. This is imperative due to the historical dehumanization of Native American people. Decolonizing research happens when researchers work together to foster the idea that they are with…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Tribally Controlled Education, Minority Serving Institutions, American Indian Education
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Tsosie, Ranalda L.; Grant, Anne D.; Harrington, Jennifer; Wu, Ke; Thomas, Aaron; Chase, Stephan; Barnett, D'Shane; Hill, Salena Beaumont; Belcourt, Annjeanette; Brown, Blakely; Sweetgrass-She Kills, Ruth Plenty – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2022
Our purpose is to develop and propose a conceptual framework based on respect, relationship, representation, relevance, responsibility, and reciprocity (the Six Rs), to be applied in studies using Indigenous research methodologies (IRMs). This conceptual framework builds upon the extensive work of numerous Indigenous scholars who brought this…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Critical Theory, Research Methodology
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Stewart, Derek A. – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2022
Research findings have shown that Native students succeed academically when culture is integrated into the school (Apthorp, 2014). However, most teachers working on reservations are non- Native and have limited knowledge of American Indian history (Martinez, 2013). Moreover, there is a gap in the literature about effective cultural integration…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Classroom Techniques, American Indian History, American Indian Students
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DiMare, Cara – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2021
Traditionally, care for the environment has always played a role in the Dakota-Lakota way of life, which includes taking care of the air. As a tribal college originally chartered by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Sitting Bull College (SBC) takes seriously its role as an institution guided by Lakota-Dakota culture, values, and language. These…
Descriptors: Tribally Controlled Education, American Indian Education, American Indian Students, Conservation (Environment)
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Britton, Karla Cavarra – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2021
Tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) across North America are located in communities grappling with the economic devastation caused by the coronavirus outbreak. The pandemic has intensified the stress on many Native communities already struggling with issues of economic sustainability and public health. Yet COVID-19--or "Dikos…
Descriptors: Minority Serving Institutions, Tribally Controlled Education, Navajo (Nation), American Indian Culture
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McClain, Liz – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2021
Students at Aaniiih Nakoda College (ANC) are determined to utilize their education to help combat the looming climate change crisis and the effects it will have on their Fort Belknap community. Children at ANC's White Clay Immersion School have built their own weather station and created an Aaniiin language book on climate change for elementary…
Descriptors: Tribally Controlled Education, American Indian Reservations, Minority Serving Institutions, Climate
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Burghart, Jessica – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2021
The Entrepreneurial Unity Internship (EUI) is a partnership between Haskell Indian Nations University and the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA). A pilot program created in 2020, gives young Native American entrepreneurs at Haskell first-hand knowledge and experience in creating a business. The goal has been to foster economic…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Tribally Controlled Education, Minority Serving Institutions, Universities
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Lindsey, Marti; Sestiaga, Daniel, Jr.; Pryor, Jaclyn; Richmond, Ben; Benavides, Alex; Stevens, Annamarie – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2021
The partnership between Tohono O'odham Community College (TOCC) and the Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center (SWEHSC) at the University of Arizona (UA) has relied on principles that have produced a long-term relationship and full participation among the partners. Active listening, travelling to the community, longevity, understanding…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Tribally Controlled Education, Minority Serving Institutions, Universities
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Mackey, Hollie J.; Luecke, Danny; Robinson, Julie; Biggane, Emily; Rino, Raynelle – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2021
There are conflicting ideas about how to develop effective research partnerships between tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) and research institutions. Central to this conflict are considerations about who benefits when partnerships are developed and how to create collaborations that center on the needs of the Native communities they are…
Descriptors: Tribally Controlled Education, Minority Serving Institutions, Research Universities, Intercollegiate Cooperation
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Hakim, Shazia T.; de Soto, J. Angel; Joe, George; Dotson, Bernie – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2021
"Dikos Nitsaaígíí-19" or COVID-19 has threatened the lives of people of color and Indigenous communities at a higher rate. Across the Navajo reservation, these emergencies have motivated Diné communities to step up and help their people as quickly as possible by distributing care packages to families; providing computers, laptops, free…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Reservation American Indians, Navajo (Nation)
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