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Native American Program
6037 Robinson Hall, Room 206
Hanover, NH 03755
Phone: 603-646-2110
Fax: 603-646-9168

Upcoming Events

Powwow May 10th-11th, 2014

Native American Pre-Orientation Sept. 4th-7th, 2014

Weekly Events

MONDAY

6:15-7:00p-Powwow meetings
Robinson 106

7:00-8:00p-NAD Meetings
NAD Lounge

TUESDAY

4:15-5:00p-Dartfit-West Gym Track
Alumni Gym

WEDNESDAY

2:00-4:00p-NAP Office Hours
NAD Lounge

THURSDAY

2:00-4:00p-Afternoon Tea
NAD Lounge

4:15-5:00p-Dartfit-West Gym Track
Alumni Gym

FRIDAY

3:00-5:00p-Baking & Bonding
NAH

SATURDAY

3:00p-Native Women's Group
NAH

 

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Welcome

 

The Native American Program (NAP) provides student support services to Native students at Dartmouth.

The Native American Program collaborates with Dartmouth’s faculty and staff, as well as tribal communities, to assist Native students in their personal, social, intellectual and ethical development so they can become life-long learners and responsible leaders in our global society.  We complete our work with high regard for the unique cultural experiences and perspectives of Native peoples.

Lunch With Joe Brings Plenty

Want to improve your study skills, reading comprehension, stress management, and more? 
Click here to check out the Academic Skills Center's Summer 2013 Flyer!

Are you looking for additional campus resources?
Click here to check out resources from all over campus!

Occom Scholars

The Native American Program at Dartmouth is excited to invite you to submit an application for participation in the Occom Scholars Program. Originally designed to foster intellectual development of Native students, the program will be instrumental in enhancing Native student participants' writing, information literacy, and critical thinking skills necessary to be successful at Dartmouth and elsewhere. This program is designed to adequately prepare Native students for work in and out of the classroom, while simultaneously developing a cohort of friends and formulating meaningful connections with peers, communities, tribes, and you will learn how research can be ceremony. Please follow this link to find further information and an application.

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The 2011 Native American Graduates

American Indian College Fund - Native American Leaders Quiz

 

In the News

Ma'Ko'Quah Jones Significant Opportunities in Atmospheric Research and Science program protégé

Dartmouth Now: Jason Curley '13

Conversation with Kayla Gebeck '12

REPRESENT-Eddie Morales-1491s

REPRESENT Laundry-Cinnamon-1491s

REPRESENT Singing-Kianna-1491s

REPRESENT Library-1491s-Cinnamon Spear

REPRESENT Computer Medicine-1491s-Mattie M. Harper

REPRESENT Jingle Dance-1491s-Kayla Gebeck

Anna Tsouhlarakis '99 Art Talk

Blythe K. George '12 2011 Beinecke Scholarship recipient

Simone Whitecloud, Ph.D candidate

Casey Lozar '03 receives the Native American 40 under 40 award

Bruce Duthu '80

Elouise Cobell and Professor Bruce Duthu '80 Speak at the Tuck Native Economic Summit

Lindsay F. Holiday '07 winner, 2009 Collegiate Inventors Competition

and more about the winners

2009 Udall Scholarship winner, Joshua Proper '10 studies the current development of Alaska Native Lands

Timothy Argetsinger '09 has been chosen for the 2009 Morris K. Udall Summer Internship Program

2008 Udall Scholarship winner, Daniel Becker '09 explores consequences of Indian Child Welfare Act

 

 

Last Updated: 4/14/14