2008 Tribal Leadership Summit
University of Washington
Friday, April 11, 2008
The 2008 Tribal Leadership Summit focused on the recruitment and retention of Native American students, faculty and staff; a longhouse-style facility; activity in response to issues raised at the 2007 summit; and the formulation of a Memorandum of Understanding.
The Summit was instituted in 2007 within the framework of the Washington State Centennial Accord, which recognizes tribal sovereignty and calls for government to government conversation around issues facing tribal communities.
This page contains links to 2008 Tribal Leadership Summit documents. Please click on a link below to download a pdf version of the document.
- 2008 Tribal Leadership Summit Agenda
- 2008 Tribal Leadership Summit Brochure
- 2008 Tribal Leadership Summit Resource Directory
- House of Knowledge: University of Washington Longhouse, 2008
- UW Native and Tribal Activities: 2007 Tribal Leadership Summit Follow-up
Native American Recruitment, Admission, and Retention
- Comparative Diversity Statistics Focusing on Native Americans at UW, Seattle Campus, 2008
- UW American Indian & Alaskan Native Admission Guidelines
- Native American Undergraduate Recruitment Fact Sheet, 2007
- Native American UW Freshman Enrollment, 2005
Accords and Memoranda of Understanding
- Memorandum of Understanding between Washington State Regional Tribes and the University of Washington
- Centennial Accord between Federally Recognized Indian Tribes in Washington State and the State of Washington
- Memorandum of Agreement between the Tribal Leader Congress on Education, Washington State School Directors Association, the State Board of Education, and the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction
- Memorandum of Understanding: Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, 2007
- Memorandum of Understanding for the Creation of the Washington State University Native American Advisory Board to the President
- Treaty with the Dwamish, Suquamish, Etc., 1855