College of Letters & Science
American Indian Studies Program
Professors Hill, Lowe, Macaulay, Monette, Reaves, Sandefur, Steele, Valentine; Associate Professor Loew, Nadasdy, Nesper, Schenck, Schroeder, Teuton; Assistant Professors Johnson, Mithlo, Sparks, Yandell
Director: Sean Teuton
Associate Director: Denise Wiyaka
The American Indian Studies Program seeks to provide and maintain the highest levels of education, scholarship, leadership, and support to all students, staff, and faculty at the university. As an integral part of the university, the program maintains a special focus on assisting and supporting American Indians in their educational endeavors. In addition to the commitment to the university community, the program provides consultation and services to numerous local, state, and national organizations.
It is the mission of the American Indian Studies Program to provide leadership to other university departments and programs in the pursuit of American Indian course development and scholarship. In addition, the program serves as a resource center and support for individuals who are interested in American Indian culture, history, research, and contemporary life.
The certificate requires a total of 18 credits. For current requirements, see the program website.