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  • Mirjam Hirch earns Doctorate - Traditional Medicine Policy

    Mirjam Hirch, a former CWIS Intern, present Fellow and Associate Scholar was awarded her doctorate in Traditional Medicine Policy and geography in from the Universität zu Köln, Cologne, NRW, Germany. Dr. Mirjam Hirch is a… more >>
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  • CWIS Chair Designated Fulbright-Robles Scholar

    Rudolph C. Ryser, a member of the Capella University faculty in the School of Public Service Leadership (Minneapolis, MN) and Chairman of the Center for World Indigenous Studies (Olympia, WA) has been awarded a Fulbright - Garcia… more >>
  • Anke Weisheit Forms New Institute

    Associate Scholar Anke Weisheit has successfully gained acceptance of her plan for the establishment the Institute of Indigenous Knowledge (IIK) at Mbarara University of Science and Technology in Mbarara, Uganda. First organizing… more >>
  • Mirjam Hirch Awarded

    Associate Scholar and CWIS Fellow for Traditional Health Geography Mirjam Hirch (Darmstadt, Germany) has been awarded Best Presentation Prize for her paper delivered at the November 2010 7th Kastelli Symposium in Oulu, Finland.… more >>
  • Associate Scholar Dr. Randolph Bowers Accepts Senior Lectureship

    CWIS Associate Scholar Dr. Kisku Sa'qawei Pag'tism (Randolph Bowers) has accepted appointment as Senior Lecturer and Program Leaders in Counselling at the University of Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia (http://www.usc.edu.au/) beginning in 2011. The University opened in 1996 and now has 7000 learners. It's published mission is: "To be the major catalyst for the innovative and sustainable economic, cultural and educational advancement of the region, through the pursuit of international standards in teaching, research and engagement."

    Dr. Bowers' professional contributions are certainly at the level of international standards consistent exceeding the University's mission. Again, Randy, congratulations!
  • Talk - Russell Jim - Nuclear Attack on the Yakama Culture

    Talk by Russell Jim of the Yakama Indian Nation on "Nuclear Attack on the Yakama Culture" given February 23, 2001 at the Husky Union Building, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

    Watch part II of this event at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyUtSia73XU
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  • 2010-2011 Public Interest Law Fellowship Program

    2010-2011 Public Interest Law Fellowship Program

    1.) Public Interest Law Fellows Program Seeks Candidates from China, Indonesia, Nepal, Russia, Serbia, and West Africa

    2.) Public Interest Law Fellows Program seeks… more >>
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