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Over the last three years, 18 ASU Native students have completed 25 internship placements at the Heard Museum, assisting in everything from curation, education and community engagement to fundraising, development and finance. In this story interns — past and present — talk about their experiences and some of the reverberations.
Join Native American Heritage Month events/activities! Check out the article: "Global Engagement Breaking Down Stereotypes." See ASU Students Stand with Standing Rock" at Old Main (photo taken by Lyonel Tso). NAHM events are listed and open to the public.
Awesome article highlighting the benefits of SPIRIT, student involvement, and AISSS's goal that all American Indian/Alaskan Native students graduate; also addresses ASU's Commitment to American Indian Tribes.
Get a glimpse into AIS 440: Cultural Professionalism, where community development projects connect students with research mentors and community leaders.
Start your ASU journey with SPIRIT — a free 2-week program that helps first-time freshmen adjust to campus life, connect with friends, and identify mentors. Boost your success with sessions on academic prep and scholarship advice, as well as fun social activities and culturally inspired workshops. Say “Yes” to SPIRIT!
Join us during the AISSS Spring Welcome events happening across all four campuses. Tempe: Tues., Jan. 21 | 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. West: Tues., Jan. 21 | 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Downtown Phoenix campus: Wed., Jan. 22 | 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Polytechnic: Thurs., Jan. 23 | 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Video directed by Ramon "Moonie" Littleman, ASU construction management student. Moonie brings his unique visions to life, utilizing his culture as inspiration. For more videos, visit Moonie's YouTube channel.