The Native American Early Childhood Education Scholars Program is a pilot program that fully funds the students as they earn a bachelor’s degree in early childhood and education in inclusive settings.
Indigenous Women, Colonial Violence, and Histories of Resistance in Southern New England
Faculty and Staff Receive $174,500 for UMass President's Science and Technology Initiative and Creative Economy Initiatives.
Ramona Peters, the Tribal Preservation Officer & NAGPRA director at Mashpee, spoke about her work
The University of Massachusetts Boston is working with regional tribes to increase the number of highly qualified Native American early childhood educators and intervention specialists serving Native children.
Flor Palmar, Wayuu educator, spoke at UMass Boston Oct. 20
Human Services research studies highlight need for community-university resource sharing
Nine academics with university ties will assist Walsh as he prepares to become Boston's first new mayor in 20 years.
Archaeologists and Native American tribal nations tend to disagree on the right way to approach historical investigation. Archaeologists, trained to perform scientific tasks in a closed environment, don’t generally welcome input from…
Steve Silliman, professor of anthropology at UMass Boston, talks about the archaeology field school for UMass Boston and the Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation.
Institute for New England Native American Studies
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