Undergraduate Research Program

Engaging American Indian and Alaska Native Undergraduates in Research: A Co-Creation Model

When:   Monday, April 23, 2018, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Where:   wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House

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This Colloquium on Undergraduate Research is designed for staff and research mentors who work with undergraduate researchers and/or direct and coordinate UW research programs for undergraduate students. Our goal is to enhance participation of American Indian and Alaska Native students by ensuring that staff and research mentors have opportunities to engage in conversations and new understandings that lead to meaningful and effective recruitment, retention, promotion, and graduation support for American Indian and Alaska Native undergraduate students.

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Cheryl Metoyer, Associate Professor Emerita and Former Associate Dean for Research at Information School and Adjunct Associate Professor Emerita in American Indian Studies

Photo.Cheryl MetoyerDr. Cheryl Metoyer is an Associate Professor Emerita and Former Associate Dean for Research at Information School and Adjunct Associate Professor Emerita in American Indian Studies. Dr. Metoyer’s research interests include Native North American indigenous knowledge systems;  ethics and leadership in cultural communities; and the management, design and evaluation of information services provided to American Indians. Beginning as the Library Project Director at the National Indian Education Association, Dr. Metoyer has continued to assist tribes and organizations in planning and developing information services in urban and reservation communities. She has had the honor of assisting the Mashantucket Pequot, Cahuilla, Yakama, Navajo, Seneca, Mohawk and the Lakota nations in the development of their libraries, archives and museums. Her work has been published in major research journals including College & Research Libraries, Library and Information Science Research, American Indian Culture and Research Journal, and Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. The Association of College and Research Libraries honored her book, Gatekeepers in Ethnolinguistic Communities.

Agenda:

Welcome to the Space

Iisaaksiichaa Braine, Tribal Liaison, Tribal Relations |
Director, wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House

Introduction

Vice Provost and Dean Ed Taylor, Undergraduate Academic Affairs
Dr. Jessica E. Salvador, Assistant Director, Undergraduate Research Program

Who We Are

Iisaaksiichaa Braine, Tribal Liaison, Tribal Relations |
Director, wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House

Engaging Native American Undergraduates in Research: A Co-Creation Model

Dr. Cheryl Metoyer, Associate Professor Emerita, The Information School
Introduction by Dr. Juan Carlos Chavez, Associate Director, NASA Space Grant

Scenarios

Closing

 

Planning Committee:

Iisaaksiichaa Brain
Tribal Liaison/Tribal Relations | Director of wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House, Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity

Katrina Claw, PhD
Senior Fellow, Pharmaceutics

Juan Carlos Chavez, PhD
Associate Director, Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium | Earth and Space Sciences

Jessica E. Salvador, PhD
Undergraduate Research Program | Undergraduate Academic Affairs

For questions, contact the Undergraduate Research Program at urp@uw.edu or 206.685.4240.

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Sponsored by the Undergraduate Research Program, wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House, and Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium

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