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ONNSA will be at the University of Utah College Of Education Milton Bennion Hall Room 309 on Wednesday March 27, 2013 from 9:00 am to NOON. They will be there to help with scholarship applications and to answer any questions you may have about the Navajo Nation scholarship. For more information please Contact: Cecilia Tso at Ceceilia.Tso@utah.edu or 801.587.8324.
In its 8th year, Graduate Horizons is a four-day graduate admissions workshop for Native American college students, college graduates and master's students who are preparing to apply for graduate school (Master's, Ph.D., or professional school). Graduate Horizons is now a program held once every two years - this year, we will be hosted by Harvard University in Cambridge, MA. Faculty, admissions officers and deans from a selection of 40 graduate and professional schools - representing hundreds of graduate disciplines will help students to figure out which programs are suitable for them and how to complete winning applications. We are equipped to help students in all disciplines and fields including law, business, education, public policy, medicine/health sciences, STEM, arts & sciences and more.
Program for students in STEM-field majors to participate in a summer graduate preparation institute for underrepresented students interested in careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Graduate Pathways is a conference open to current junior-/senior-level undergraduates, recent college graduates, and master’s students preparing for graduate studies. The conference is a 3-day on-campus event with a focus on providing students with the tools and resources to strengthen graduate school applications. The conference will be held July 14-16, 2011 and is a residential program (optional) held at Arizona State University, Tempe campus. http://aisss.asu.edu/gradpath
Local Utah cultural groups from diverse backgrounds will provide a wonderful night to enjoy the music and dance from their heritage (shows start at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m.) while children enjoy crafts and activities associated with the many cultures. Join us as we explore the world of diversity in our own community!
Bring a picnic and a blanket and spend the evening in the Garden with your family. All performances will be held in Amphitheater, enter through the Visitor Center. Tram service is available. Monday Family Night Rate $34 (Includes 2 adults and up to 4 children). Members Free.
Date: Monday, July 11, 2011
Time: 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Contact: Red Butte Garden (801) 585-0556
Location: Red Butte Garden - (view map)
Cost: Monday Family Night Rate $34 (Includes 2 adults and up to 4 children). Members Free.
The Native American Summit is an annual event hosted by the Offices of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor, the Utah Department of Community and Culture, and the Utah Division of Indian Affairs. The Summit presents speakers, presentations, breakout sessions, and panels to educate attendees on the current issues and developments prevalent among Utah’s American Indians and focuses on Healthcare, Education, Economic Development, Housing, and Emergency Management. The Summit also provides opportunities for participants to engage in open dialogue in creating solutions to problems with the goal of building and strengthening relationships among tribal members. For more information please click on the following link: