UPCOMING EVENTS

ANNOUNCEMENTS

ISN PROGRAM AT APSA 2023 is August 31 – September 3, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. The conference theme is "Rights and Responsibilities in an Age of Mis- and Disinformation." The Indigenous Studies Network (ISN) hopes to put on one or more panels and a business meeting.

The Indigenous Studies Network seeks proposals that address the adaptability and resilience of Indigenous people, organizations, and governments in the US and around the world. We are especially interested in the politics and activism of Indigenous actors as they pursue political encounters on their own terms. Indigenous contributions that are both proactive and reactive are encouraged. This includes proposals that add to our understanding of complex governance structures and power dynamics, including the social, economic, cultural and political context of Indigenous actors.

Send proposals and requests for information to Rick Witmer, Creighton University, RichardWitmer@creighton.edu. Other sections and groups are likely to have Indigenous panels, papers or posters, particularly the Race, Ethnicity and Politics Division. for more information visit http://www.apsanet.org.

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A list of Indigenous Language Conferences is kept at the Teaching Indigenous Languages web site at Northern Arizona University: http://www2.nau.edu and among a large number of linguistic conferences of all types at: http://linguistlist.org/callconf/browse-current.cfm?type=Conf, and for bilingual education in the U.S. (and some beyond) at Dual Language Education of New Mexico: http://www.dlenm.org. A list of conferences which have a particular focus on language documentation and conservation is found at The Resource Network for Linguistic Diversity (RNLD) at: http://www.rnld.org/conferences. A list of Language conferences and symposia is posted byAILA (Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquee) at: https://aila.info.

Centre for Applied Linguistics and Multilingalism (CALM) Webinar series, begun November 19, 2020 – April 15, 2021, is Online (Organized by Centre for Applied Linguistics and Multilingalism, National University of Ireland, Galway): https://www.nuigalway.ie/calm/newseventsnuachtimeachtai/calm-seminar-series-2020-2021.html.

The Centre for Applied Linguistics and Multilingualism (CALM) aims to promote research in the area of applied linguistics and multilingualism as well as to increase the awareness of issues related to language learning, language processing and multilingualism within NUI Galway and the wider community.

A series of free webinars has been organised for the current academic year on topics of relevance to our research centre. Links to the events will be provided in individual posts on the CALM website and on social media channels.

Applied Linguistics Conferences 2021/2022/2023: Lists numerous applied linguistic conferences with links, at: https://conferenceindex.org/conferences/applied-linguistics.

International Conferences on Applied Linguistics and Language Teaching are scheduled several times a year in many major cities around the world. The listing is at: https://waset.org/applied-linguistics-and-language-teaching-conference-in-january-2021-in-sydney.

The Department of Linguistics at the University of California Santa Barbara often puts on colloquia on Indigenous languages. for information go to: http://www.linguistics.ucsb.edu.

The National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME): Advancing and Advocating for Social Justice & Equity has, at least in 2023, a 2023 Webinar Series: Ethnic Studies, For details visit: https://www.nameorg.org/2023_webinar_ethnic_studies.php.

The D'Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies at the Newberry Library, in Chicago, has an on-going Newberry Library Seminar in American Indian Studies on Wednesdays from 5:30 - 7:30 pm at the Newberry, 60 West Walton Street, Chicago, Illinois with a meal included. “We will pre-circulate papers to those planning to attend. If you cannot attend and want to read a paper, please contact the author directly. To receive a copy of a paper, email mcnickle@newberry.org or call (312) 255-3552. Papers are available for request two weeks prior to the seminar date. Please include your email address in all correspondence.” There are other occasional events. E-mail: mcnickle@newberry.org or call (312)255-3564 to receive a copy of the paper via E-mail. For more on this and other events at the Newberry Library go to: http://www.newberry.org/mcnickle/AISSeminar.html.

The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) holds and announces many events, announced at: https://www.nihb.org/communications/events_calendar.php.

The National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA) runs regular, perhaps monthly, trainings, in addition to an annual conference. For details go to: https://www.nicwa.org/training-institutes/.

Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA) holds and announces numerous evens, For details go to: https://www.nafoa.org/.

Affiliated Tribes of the Northwest Indians (ATNI) regularly holds 3 conferences a year. For information go to: http://www.atnitribes.org,

National Center for Great Lakes Native American Culture, Inc. P O Box 1063 Portland, IN 47371 Home: 4950 North 750 East Attica, IN 47918 765-426-3022, www.ncglnac.org, kay.neumayr@ncglnac.com, holds events throughout the year, including: 2018 NCGLNAC Academic Conference: Great Principal Peacetime Chiefs, April 21, 2018, in the Bubp Building, Jay County Fairgrounds, Portland, Indiana.

The University of North Carolina Pembroke, Pembroke, NC runs an ongoing Native American Speakers Series, usually announced shortly ahead of time, and often at the Museum of the Southeast American Indian, University of North Carolina Pembroke, Pembroke, NC. Among the upcoming sessions in the speakers’ series is: actress Diane Guerrero, who is best known for her roles on the Netflix series Orange is the New Black and Superior Donuts on CBS, April 16, 2019. For more information, email ais@uncp.edu, or call 910.521.6266. Admission to the series is free, and it is open to the public.

The Dine Studies Conference runs events throughout the year listed at: https://dinestudies.org.

The UCLA American Indian Studies Program (AIS) puts on regular events. for information go to: https://main.aisc.ucla.edu/category/events/.

The Southwestern Political Science Association, which has a Race, Ethnicity and Politics Section, meets with the Southwestern Social Science Association every October, and often has, and is open to proposals for Indigenous panels and papers. Upcoming meetings are: San Antonio, Texas, Hyatt Regency, October 6-8, 2022; Fort Worth, Texas, The Omni, October 26-28, 2023. For more information go to: https://sssaonline.org/annual-meeting/future-meetings/.

NIRAKN Indigenous Knowledge Production: Generating Change through Connections at the University if Melbourne, in Melbourne, Australia, offers numerous seminars, lectures and discussions on a range of Indigenous topics. For information go to: http://www.nirakn.edu.au.

The National Indian Gaming Commission puts on numerous trainings relating to gaming and its management, listed at: https://www.nigc.gov.

ICERN, the International Center for Ethno-Religious Mediation runs regular trainings including for facilitator certification. For information go to: https://icermediation.org/training/?utm_source=ICERM+Newsletter&utm_campaign=587014e5e0-ICERM+Radio+Lecture+August+27%2C+2016_COPY_02&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_148cf709f5-587014e5e0-105422653&mc_cid=587014e5e0&mc_eid=82e90ab348.

The numerous Environmental Geology Conferences are listed at: https://conferenceindex.org/conferences/environmental-geology.

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World Indigenous Forum 2023 may be in January 2023. For details visit: https://www.worldindigenousforum.com, info@worldindigenousforum.com.

Affiliated Tribes of the Northwest Indians (ATNI) Winter Convention 2023 may be in January 2023. For information go to: http://www.atnitribes.org.

Virtual and Physical: 9th International Conference on the Development and Assessment of Intercultural Competence (ICC) will focus upon the theme of Decentering Mobility in Intercultural Education: Engagement, Equity, and Access. It is a hybrid event, in person and on-line, May be in January 2024. For details visit: http://cercll.arizona.edu/.  For information on the next Intercultural Competence Conference, go to: https://cercll.arizona.edu/intercultural-competence-conference/.

The Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas (SSILA) may hold its annual winter meeting in January 2023. For details visit: https://www.ssila.org/en/home.

Affiliated Tribes of the Northwest Indians (ATNI) Winter Convention 2023 is in January 2023 in Portland, OR. For information go to: http://www.atnitribes.org.

The 98th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America is January 5-8, 2023 at the: Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO (with selected virtual content). For details visit: https://www.linguisticsociety.org.

Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes Quarterly Meeting is January 11-13, 2023, Hosted by:
Seminole Nation at River Spirit Casino Resort, 8330 Riverside Pkwy
Tulsa, OK 74137. For details go to: http://www.fivecivilizedtribes.org.

U.S. Department Of The Treasury–Tribal Consultation: CPF Tribal Reporting Guidance is January 16 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm AKST. The U.S. Department of the Treasury is hosting a Tribal Consultation on the Capital Projects Fund (CPF) Compliance and Reporting Guidance for Tribal Entities. The consultations will be held on January 16, 2023, from 3:00-5:00 p.m. EST. Treasury is accepting written comments until January 31, 2023, 11:59 p.m. Alaska Time. Submit written comments at tribal.consult@treasury.gov. For details go to: https://home.treasury.gov/policy-issues/tribal-affairs/tribal-consultations. Event Registration: https://home.treasury.gov/policy-issues/tribal-affairs/tribal- consultations.

Colorado Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) Professional Development Conference is January 18, 2023, at University of Colorado at Boulder University Memorial Center 1669 Euclid Avenue Boulder, CO. for details visit: http://www.cocabe.org.

The Society For The Study Of The Indigenous Languages (SSILA) Annual Winter Meeting Online – January 20-23, 2023. For information go to: http://ssila.org.


Globalizing the Community College Curriculum: Add Food and Stir
is January 20-22, 2023 at the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. For details go to: https://cercll.arizona.edu/upcoming-events/.

2023 WABE Winter Dual Language Institute is January 20-21, 2023 at the DoubleTree SeaTac, 18740 International Blvd., Seattle, WA 98188. For details go to: https://wabewa.org/events/.

2023 American Indian Education Summit: Equitable & Intentional Practices: "The Healing Power of American Indian Education," is January 27, 2023, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM at Cumberland County Educational Resource Center, 396 Elementary Drive; Fayetteville, NC 28306. The event is free. Space is limited. For details visit: https://www.canva.com/design/DADpT0Q-bL4/8rbdeoK2Ua7qGToAjKePxA/view?utm_content=DADpT0Q-bL4&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=viewer.

7th Meeting of the International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Food Sovereignty via Zoom is January 28, 8:00-10:00 am Mountain Standard Time. or details and to register go to: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_y4gA8VViR6GF_gdGOLQ8mQ.

ICALLT 2023: 17, International Conference on Applied Linguistics and Language Teaching is January 28-29, 2023, in Sydney, Australia. For details search: https://waset.org/applied-linguistics-and-language-teaching-conference.

NCAIS Graduate Student Conference at the Newberry Library in Chicago may be in February 2023. “The Consortium offers graduate students from NCAIS member institutions an opportunity to present papers in any academic field relating to American Indian Studies at the Graduate Student Conference. We encourage the submission of proposals for papers that examine a wide variety of subjects relating to American Indian and Indigenous history and culture broadly conceived. For details go to http://www.newberry.org/.

NAAAS & Affiliates (including the National Association of Native American Studies) 2023 Joint National Conference is in February 2023 at Sheraton Arlington Hotel, Arlington, TX. For details visit: https://www.naaas.org.

Self-Governance Communication and Education Tribal Consortium Advisory Committee Meetings may be in February 2023. For information go to: https://www.tribalselfgov.org/events/.

The 18th International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability: Accelerating the Transition to Sustainability: Policy Solutions for Climate Emergency is February 1-3, 2023 at the University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovinia. For details visit: http://onsustainability.com.

The American Indian Studies Association Meeting is February 1-3, 2023 at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ. For details visit: https://www.americanindianstudiesassociation.org.

2023 IECA Annual Conference & Expo is February 5-8, 2023
Kansas City Convention Center, Kansas City, Missouri. For details go to: https://ieca.org.

American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) 2023 Annual Legislative Summit is February 6-9, 2023 in Washington, DC. For information go to: http://www.aihec.org/who-we-are/calendar.cfm.

AIHEC 2022 Annual Legislative Summit is February 7-10, 2023 in Washington, DC. For information go to: http://www.aihec.org/who-we-are/calendar.htm.

AFN 6th Annual Water Symposium & Trade Show Securing Safe Water For All First Nations is February 7 - 9, 2023 Calgary Telus Convention Centre Calgary, AB. Canada. For details visit: https://www.afn.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/2023-AFN-6th-Annual-WAter-Symposium-and-Trade-Show-Save-the-Date_EN.pdf.

Native Farm Bill Coalition Regional Fly-In - Oklahoma and Plains Tribes is February 7-9, 2023 in Washington, DC. For details go to: https://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/national-events.

GAO/TAC Meeting is February 9, 2023 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm EST at Embassy Suites Washington, DC Convention Center, 900 10th Street NW
Washington DC. For infromation visit: https://www.tribalselfgov.org/event/gao-tac/.

2023 AFN National MMIWG2S+ Gathering is February 14-16, 2023 in Vancouver, BC, Canada. For details go to: https://www.afn.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/2023_MMIWG2S_Date_ENG.pdf.

NCAI Executive Council Winter Session (ECWS) 2023 is February 20-23, 2023 in Washington, DC. For details go to: https://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/national-events.

Native Youth Leadership Summit (NYLS) 2023 is February 20-23, 2023 in Washington, DC. For details go to: https://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/national-events.

World Sustainable Development Summit 2023 is February 22-23, 2023 in New Delhi, India. For details visit: http://wsds.teriin.org.

State of Indian Nations (SOIN) 2023 is February 21, 2023 in
Washington, DC. For details go to: https://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/national-events.

The Native American/Indigenous Section of the 44rd Annual Southwest Popular/American Culture Association Conference is February 22-25, 2023, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. For details go to: www.southwestpca.org .

52nd National Association for Bilingual Education Annual Conference (NABE) preconference is February 22, conference February 23-25, 2022 in Portland, OR. For details go to: http://www.nabe-conference.com.

First Nations Parents Conference is February 23, 2023 in Vancouver, BC, Canada/ For details visit: https://www.fnsa.ca/2022/12/13/parentsconference/.

SWCOLT / PLAN (conference on language teaching) is February 23-25, 2023, at the Salt Lake Marriott downtown @ city creek, Salt Lake City, UT. For information go to: http://www.swcolt.org/.

National Unity Mid-Year Conference is February 24-26, 2023 at the Doubletree  in Tempe, AZ. For information go to: https://unityinc.org/.

Native Farm Bill Coalition Regional Fly-In - Great Plains and Rocky Mountain Tribes is February 28-March 2, 2023
Washington D.C. For details go to: https://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/national-events.

10th annual World Ocean Summit is February 28-March 2, 2023 in Lisbon, Portugal. For details go to: https://events.economist.com/world-ocean-summit/?RefID=GoogleTAG&utm_source=ppc&utm_medium=google&utm_campaign=wos22&utm_content=paid-ads&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIwcjgjqer9QIVAntvBB05tQGrEAAYASAAEgKRJvD_BwE.

NAME 2023 Conference: may be in March 2023. For information go to: https://www.nameorg.org/.

The 46th Annual California Conference on American Indian Education may be in March 2023. For more information, contact: Achel McBride: (530)895-4212 x 110, Irma Amaro: (707)464-3512, or Judy Delgado at 916-319-0506, judelgado@cde.ca.gov, or go to: http://www.ccaie.org/.

2023 First Nations Public Administration Conference: First Peoples to All Peoples: Partnerships, devolution, transformation and sharing is March 1-3, 2023 at the Brisbane, Australia Convention Centre and Online. for information go to: https://anzsog.edu.au/learning-and-development/events-and-conferences/first-peoples-to-all-peoples.

Centering Justice in Language Work: The 8th International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation (ICLDC 8), Virtual Conference is March 2-5, 2023. For details go to http://ling.lll.hawaii.edu/sites/icldc/.

2022 American Indian Science and Engeneering Association (AISES) National Conference is March 3-5, 2023 in Vancouver, BC, Canada. For details visit: https://www.aises.org/news/events/2022-aises-national-conference

ComputEL-6: The Sixth Workshop on the Use of Computational Methods in the Study of Endangered Languages is virtual March 5–6, 2023, following the 8th International Conference of Language Documentation and Conservation. Contact: computel.workshop@gmail.com or https://computel-workshop.org/computel-6/.

Self-Governance Advisory Committee Meeting (DOI) is March 7 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm EST at Embassy Suites Washington, DC Convention Center, 900 10th Street NW, Washington DC,. For details go to: https://www.tribalselfgov.org/event/self-governance-advisory-committee-meeting/2023-03-07/.

The 2nd National Asset Management Conference and Trade Show: An Asset Management Approach to “Closing the Infrastructure Gap” is March 7-9, 2023 at Hilton Lac Leamy, Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. For details visit: https://www.afn.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Save-the-Date-AFN-2nd-Asset-Management-Conference_EN.pdf.

National Indian Education Association (NIEA) Hill Week is Washington DC is March 7-9, 2023. For details go to: https://www.niea.org/2023-hill-week.

Self-Governance Advisory Committee Meeting (DOI) is March 8, 2023 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm EST at Embassy Suites Washington, DC Convention Center, 900 10th Street NW, Washington DC. For information go to: https://www.tribalselfgov.org/event/self-governance-advisory-committee-meeting/2023-03-08/.

Tribal Self-Governance Advisory Committee Meeting (IHS) is March 9, 2023 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm EST at Embassy Suites Washington, DC Convention Center 900 10th Street NW, Washington DC. For information go to: https://www.tribalselfgov.org.

World Indigenous Tourism Conference & Summit March 12-16, 2023 at Cairns Queensland, Australia. For information visit: https://www.icsconferences.org.

International Conference on Renewable Energy and Sustainability is March 15-16, 2023 at Crowne Plaza Dubai-DeiraPO Box 8668, Salah Al Din Road, Deira, Dubai, UAE. For information go to: https://environmentalresearchforum.com.

Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology (SLACA) 2023 Spring Conference in Cartagena, Colombia is March 15-17. F04 information visit: https://slaca.americananthro.org/events/2023-spring-conference-in-cartagena-colombia/.

The 2023 AAAL V Conference: AAAL 2023 Conferenceis March 18-21, 2022 in Portland, OR. For details visit: https://www.aaal.org.

The 12th Tribal Land Staff National Conference is March 21-23 at the Pechanga Resort Casino in Southern California. For information go to: https://www.ntla.info/conference.

Native Farm Bill Coalition Regional Fly-In - Midwest Tribes is March 21 -23, 2023 in Washington DC. For details go to: https://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/national-events.

The National Institute for Native Leadership in Higher Education (NINLHE)ACPA Meeting in New Orleans is March 26-29, 2023. To learn more visit: https://neworleans2023.myacpa.org.

Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention is March 27-30, 2023 in
San Diego, CA. For information visit: http://www.indiangaming.org.

Eighteenth Annual Southeast Indian Studies Conference on campus at the University of North Carolina, Pembroke, Pembroke, NC, at the University Center Annex, is March 30-31, 2023 (Virtual or In-person TBD). Conference details will be posted to the American Indian Studies http://www.uncp.edu/ais/ and Southeast American Studies.

International Conference on Human-Wildlife Conflict and Coexistence is March 30-April 1, 2023 at Oxford, UK. For details visit: https://www.hwcconference.org.

The 2022 British Association for Applied Language: BAAL conference may be in September 2023. For details go to: https://www.baal.org.uk.

The 54th Annual Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL 54) is at the University of Connecticut, June 12-14, 2023. More details will be forthcoming. For information visit: https://acal.linguistlist.org.

 2023 SLA Graduate Student Symposium: Centering Language Learners in Evolving Times is in person and virtual, March April 1, 2023 at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Minnesota. For details visit: http://carla.umn.edu/conferences/index.html.

Alaska Native Studies Conference 2023 may be in April 2023 at the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus. For information go to: http://alaskanativestudies.org.

50th Annual Symposium on the American Indian is at Northeastern State University, University Center, Tahlequah, OK, may be in April 2023. For details visit: https://offices.nsuok.edu/centerfortribalstudies/NSU-Symposium.

19th International Conference on Environment, Energy, Ecosystems and Sustainable Development may be in April 2023. For details go to: www.ieeesd.org or https://conferenceindex.org/event/international-conference-on-energy-environment-ecosystems-and-sustainable-development-iceeesd-2022-october-rome-it.

The First Nations School Association (FNSA) Conference and Annual General Meeting may be in April 2023. For information go to: https://www.fnsa.ca.

2023 SLA Graduate Student Symposium: Language, Culture, and Globalization: Transdisciplinary Perspectives may be in April 2023. For details visit: http://carla.umn.edu/conferences/index.html.

Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes Quarterly Meeting may be in April 2023. For details go to: http://www.fivecivilizedtribes.org.

Geoscience Conference 2023: International E-Conference on Geologial and Environmental Sustainability may be in April 2023. For information visit: https://environmentalresearchforum.com.

WABE Annual Conference may be April 2023 in Washington state. For details go to: https://wabewa.org/.

Annual Workshop on American Indigenous Languages (WAIL2022) may be in April or April May 2023, at UCSB Department of Linguistics. For information visit: http://www.linguistics.ucsb.edu or http://osl.sa.ucsb.edu/org/nail/WAIL.

41st Annual National Indian Child Welfare Association Protecting Our Children Conference is April 2–5, 2023 — Reno, Nevada . For details visit: https://www.nicwa.org/conference/.

2022 AISES Leadership Summit may be in April 3-5, 2023 . For details visit: http://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/ncai-events.

Res 2023: Reservation Economic Summit is April 3-6 in Los Vegas, NV. For information go to: https://res.ncaied.org.

The Assembly Of First Nations Special Chiefs Assembly is April 4 to 6, 2023 at Shaw Centre, 55 Colonel By Dr, Ottawa ON K1N 9J2, Canada.  Please check AFN website for updates at www.afn.ca.

American Indian Cultures and Literatures area of the PCA/ACA (Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association) National Conference 2023 is April 5-8, 2023 inh San Antonio, TX. For details Visit: http://www.pcaaca.org/conference/national.php.

The Western Political Science Association (WPSA) 2023, is at the Hyatt Regency Hotel at Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA, April 6-8, 2023, and will likely include one or more Race, Ethnicity and Politics panels that could include Indigenous issues. For details go to: http://wpsa.research.pdx.edu/.

The American Indian Studies Section (AIS) of the World (formerly Western) Social Science Association (WSSA) 65th Annual Conference (2022) is in Tempe, Arizona at the Tempe Mission Palms, April 12-15, 2023. The AIS Section Coordinator is Aresta Tsosie-Paddoc, atsosiepaddock@arizona.edu. Conference information is at: https://www.wssaweb.com.

American Indian Cultures and Literatures area of the PCA/ACA (Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association) National Conference 2023 is April 8, 2023, in San Antonio, TX. For details Visit: http://www.pcaaca.org/conference/national.php.

25th Workshop on American Indigenous Languages (WAIL) is: April 14-15, 2023 at Santa Barbara, CA. For information, please contact the conference coordinators, at wailconference.ucsb@gmail.com or visit the WAIL conference website https://www.wailconference.org.

Native Farm Bill Coalition Regional Fly-In - Northwest Tribes is April 18-20, 2023 in Washington DC.  For details go to: https://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/national-events.

The 15th International Conference on Climate: Impacts and Responses: Adaptations: responding to Climate Change as an Emergency is April 20-21, 2023 in Vancouver, BC, Canada. The Climate Change Conference is for any person with an interest in, and concern for, scientific, policy and strategic perspectives in climate change. It will address a range of critically important themes relating to the vexing question of climate change. Plenary speakers will include some of the world’s leading thinkers in the fields of climatology and environmental science, as well as numerous paper, workshop and colloquium presentations by researchers and practitioners. For details go to: http://on-climate.com/the-conference. For details visit: http://www.peace-ed-campaign.org/calendar.

United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) https://www.un.org/development/desa/indigenouspeoples/unpfii-sessions-2/sessions.html 22st Session will be held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, April 21-27, 2023. For information visit: https://www.un.org/development/desa/indigenouspeoples/unpfii-sessions-2/sessions.html.

NAFOA 41st Annual Conference is April 24-25, 2023 at Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel, 999 9th St. NW, Washington, DC. For information visit: https://www.nafoa.org/events/41st-annual-conference.

Native Farm Bill Coalition Regional Fly-In - Eastern Tribes is Apr 25-27, 2023 in Washington DC.  For details go to: https://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/national-events.
  

2023 Native American Fish & Wildlife Society National Annual Conference is April 27, 2023 at Ankorage, AK. For details go to: https://www.nafws.org/product/2023-annual-national-conference/. 

WABE (Washington Association of Bilingual Education) Annual Conference 2023 is April 27-29, 2023 at Hyatt Regency Bellevue, 900 Bellevue Way, Bellevue, WA 98004. For details go to: https://wabewa.org/events/.     

The National Indian Health Board 2023 National Tribal Health Conference and Public Health Summit is in Anchorage, Alaska, May 1-5, 2023. For details visit: https://www.nihb.org.

XVXX International Conference on Minority Languages may be in May 2023. For details go to: https://icml2021.eus/?lang=en.

NIHB’s Annual National Tribal Health Conference is May 1-5, 2023 in in Anchorage, AK. For details visit: https://www.nihb.org/communications/events_calendar.php

CCERBAL 2023 Conference: Bilingualism and Multilingualism: Transversal Competences, Mobility, and Well-Being is May 4-6, 2023 at the Canadian Centre for Studies and Research on Bilingualism and Language Planning (CCERBAL), Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute (OLBI), University of Ottawa. For details visit: https://ccerbal.uottawa.ca/en/activities/conferences.

14th National Closing The Gap Indigenous Health Conference is May 10-12, 2023 2023 at Cairns Queensland, Australia. For information visit: https://www.icsconferences.org.

Native Farm Bill Coalition Regional Fly-In - Indian Country in conjunction with the Native American Food Fair is May 9-10, 2023
Washington DC.  For details go to: https://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/national-events.

2023 National Indigenous Chronic DiseaseConference is May 10-12, 2023 Cairns QLD, Australia. 2023 at Cairns Queensland, Australia. For information visit: https://www.icsconferences.org.

The Giving the Gift of Language : A Teacher Training Workshop for Native Language Instruction and Acquisition, SILC: Strengthening Indigenous Languages and Cultures: A Teacher Training Workshop for Native Language Instruction and Acquisition is in Tukwila, Washington, May 11 & 12, 2023. For information visit: http://www.nsilc.org/index.htm or https://www.umt.edu/nsilc/.

Native Farm Bill Coalition Regional Fly-In - Southwest Tribes and Navajo Region is May 16-18, 2023
Washington DC.  For details go to: https://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/national-events.

Annual Vine Deloria, Jr. Indigenous Studies Symposium is May 18-19, 2023 at Northwest Indian College, Bellingham, WA., (360)392-4307, www.nwic.edu.

Fifth International Conference on Heritage/Community Languages may be in June 2023. For details visit: http://international.ucla.edu/nhlrc.

2022 STARTALK/NHLRC Teacher Workshop may be in June 2023. For details go to: https://international.ucla.edu/nhlrc/event/14899.

11th Annual Indigenous Language (ILI) Symposium: Second Language Learners for 2023 may be in June or July 2023. For information visit: https://ilinative.org.

The Native American Student Advocacy Institute June 9-9, 2023 in San Diego, CA. For details visit: http://nasai.collegeboard.org/.

14th Austronesian and Papuan Languages and Linguistics Conference may be in June 2023. For information go to: https://www.hf.uio.no/iln/forskning/aktuelt/arrangementer/konferanser/2020/APLL12/index.htm or https://sites.google.com/view/apllconference/home?pli=1.

NAAS International Research Conference2023 may be in June 2023. For details go to: https://www.naaas.org.

The 20th Annual Global Solutions Lab Is likely June 2023, at the United Nations in New York and Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, PA. Participants, from around the world, will be briefed by, interact with and question UN experts (from the UN Development Program, UN Environmental Program, UNESCO, UNICEF, WHO, FAO and other UN agencies) and then, working collaboratively in small teams, develop designs, programs and strategies that deal with one of the critical problems facing our world. The participants present their work to a group of UN corporate and foundation leaders. After this their work is published in a book.

The Global Solutions Lab is a structured learning experience that fosters creativity, disruptive innovations, global perspectives and local solutions. It is intense, fast-paced, and for many, transformative. For information visit: Global Solutions Lab: https://designsciencelab.com.

Fifth International Conference on Heritage/Community Languages may be in, June 2023 in UCLA Covel Commons. For details go to: https://nhlrc.ucla.edu/nhlrc/home.

14th Biannual Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survivalbiannual conference may be in June 2022 or 2023. For details visit: http://www.aicls.org.

2021 NHLRC Heritage Language Teacher Workshop is June 1-29 at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.. For details go to: https://nhlrc.ucla.edu/.

Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) Annual Conference is at The US Grant Hotel, San Diego, CA, June 8—9, 2023. For more information go to: https://www.naisa.org/annual-meeting/.

Summer 2023 NSF REU site: Increasing American Indian/Alaska Native Perspectives in Field and Experimental Linguistics begins June 12 and ends August 4, 2023 (The first week is remote; the rest is in-person on campus), hosted by the Department of Linguistics at the University of Oregon in the city of Eugene, situated on Kalapuya Ilihi, the traditional homelands of the Kalapuya People, the First Peoples of the Willamette Valley, whose descendants are citizens of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde and the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians. For details go to: https://www.ssila.org/news1/summer-2023-nsf-reu-site-increasing-american-indianalaska-native-perspectives-in-field-and-experimental-linguistics.

SWCOLT Summer 2022 Workshops (All sessions likely will be recorded and available through Sept. 30, 2022) will likely run from late June to late July 2023. For information go to: http://www.swcolt.org.

Native Farm Bill Coalition Regional Fly-In - Alaska Tribes is June 20-22, 2023 in Washington DC.  For details go to: https://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/national-events.

The Society of American Indian Government Employees (SAIGE) is a national non-profit organization that advocates for American Indian and Alaska Native federal employees. SAIGE 19th Annual National Training Program is June 20-22, 2023 at at the River Spirit Resort in Tulsa, OK. Information is available from the Society of American Indian Government Employees, P.O. Box 7715, Washington, D.C. 20044, www.saige.org .

23rd Diné Studies Conference is: June 22-24, 2023 is at Navajo Preparatory School, Farmington, New Mexico. For details go to: https://dinestudies.org/2023-conference.

29th Stabilizing Indigenous Languages/ 13thAnnual Indigenous Teacher Education Conference: Returning to our Languages and Ways of Knowing is June 23-24, 2023. For detail visit: https://nau.edu/coe/aiitec/.

2023 Self-Governance Annual Conference is June 26-June 29 2023 at River Spirit Casino Resort 8330 Riverside Pkwy, Tulsa, OK. For details go to: https://www.tribalselfgov.org/events/.

Self-Governance Communication and Education Tribal Consortium Advisory Committee Meeting may be in late June 2023 . For information visit: https://www.tribalselfgov.org/events/.

2022 National Unity Conference is June 30-July 4, 2023 at the Washington Hilton in Washington, DC. For information go to: https://unityinc.org/.

Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes QuarterlyMeeting may be in July 2023. For more information visit: http://www.fivecivilizedtribes.org.

AIHEC 2022 Summer Board Meeting may be in July 2023. For information go to: http://www.aihec.org/who-we-are/calendar.htm .

The (SCOPUS/ISI) (GLOCAL) Conference on Mediterranean and European Linguistic Anthropology, 2023 may be in July 2023. For information go to: https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=The+(SCOPUS/ISI)+(GLOCAL)+Conference+on+Mediterranean+and+European+Linguistic+Anthropology&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8.

American Indian Chamber Expo '23 may be in July 2023 in California. For information go to: http://www.aicccal.org/.

Southwest Conference on Language Teaching: SWCOLT/CLTA Summer Workshop, may be in July 2023. For details go to: https://www.swcolt.org.

SWCOLT Summer 2022 Workshops (All sessions likely will be recorded and available through Sept. 30, 2022) will likely run from late June to late July 2022. For information go to: http://www.swcolt.org.

ICL 21, 60th World Congress of Linguists is July 17-21, 2023 in Lyon, France. For details go to: https://aila.info/2018/05/06/icl-20/ or https://aila2023.fr.

10th Annual Native Harm Reduction Summit is virtual July 21-23, 2023. For details visit: https://www.usetinc.org/event/national-native-harm-reduction-summit/ or https://www.nihb.org.

2023 International First Nations Tourism: Caring For Country & Culture Conference is July 26-28, 2023 at Pullman International hotel, Cairns QLD, Australia. For details visit: https://www.icsconferences.org.

2023 National First Nations Employment & Training Conference is July 26-28, 2023 at Pullman International hotel, Cairns QLD, Australia. For details visit: https://www.icsconferences.org.

2023 First Nations National Indigenous Business Enterprise Conference is July 26-28, 2023 at Pullman International hotel, Cairns QLD, Australia. For details visit: https://www.icsconferences.org.

World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC) Annual Meeting, may be in August 2024. For information go to: https://winhec.org/The-Drum-Beats/12880097.

24th Biannual CDC/ATSDR Tribal Advisory Committee Meeting is in person and vitrual, August 3-4, 2022, at the Cherokee Casino Tahlequah,
3307 Seven Clans Avenue, Tahlequah, OK 74464.  For details go to: https://www.cdc.gov/tribal.

PULiiMA 2023: Indigenous Languages & Technology Conference is in Darwin, Australia, August 21-26, 2023. For details go to: https://puliima.com/call-outs/presenters.

5th Global Indigenous Stop Domestic Violence Conference is in September 2023 in Australia. For information visit: https://www.icsconferences.org.

The 10th World Sustainability Forum may be in September 2023. For details visit: http://wsforum.org.

Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest may be in September 2023. For details go to:  https://lassoling.org.

American Society for Ethnohistory Annual Conference 2022: Connecting Communities: Reclaiming Indigenous Knowledge May be in September 2023. For details go to: http://ethnohistory.org.

2023 Annual German Association of Applied Linguistics (GAL) Conference may be in, September 2023. For information go to: https://aila.info.org or https://gal-wue22.de.

15th International Conference on the Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas (EMECS 15) may be in September 2023. For details go to: https://www.emecs.or.jp/en/.

The 2022 British Association for Applied Language: BAAL conference may be in September 2023. For details go to: https://www.baal.org.uk.

2023 Raising Indigenous Voices in Academia and Society is September 6-8, 2023 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. For details go to: https://www.umt.edu/nsilc/conference-info.pdf.

2023 National First Nations Closing the Gap is September 11-13, 2023 at Pullman International hotel, Cairns QLD, Australia. For details visit: https://www.icsconferences.org.

National Transportation in Indian Country Conference   (NTICC) is September 24-28, 2023 in Anchorage, AK . For details visit: https://www.nticc.org.

2023 Chronic Disease is July 26-28, 2023 at Pullman International hotel, Cairns QLD, Australia. For details visit: https://www.icsconferences.org.

2023 International Conference on Ethnic and Religious Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding (ICERM), Theme: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Across All Sectors: Implementations, Challenges, And Future Prospects, is September 26–28, 2023 in New York, USA and Virtual. The conference will host both in-person and virtual presentations. For information visit: http://www.icermediation.org.

Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes Quarterly Meeting may be in October 2023. For details go to: http://www.fivecivilizedtribes.org.

2022 IRAAL annual conference be in September or October 2023 . For details go to: https://old.linguistlist.org/confservices/customhome.cfm.

16th Language is Life Biennial Conference may be in October 2023. For details, visit: http://www.aicls.org/.

NAAAS Regional Conference in the North East may be in October 2023. For details visit: https://www.naaas.org/naaas-regional-conference/.

American Indigenous Research Association Meeting may be in October 2023 or 2024 as it now meets every other year. For details go to: http://www.americanindigenousresearchassociation.org/annual-meeting/.

First Alaskans Institute’s Annual Elders & Youth Conference (Elders & Youth) may be in October 2023 in Anchorage, Alaska. For information go to: https://firstalaskans.org/.

The 54th Algonquian Conference may be in October. Information will be available at: https://algonquianconference.atlas-ling.ca/eng/conference/. View videos of presentations held online here: https://algonquianconference.atlas-ling.ca/eng/conference/presentations/.

48th Anniversary Conference: International Indian Treaty Council may be in October 2023. For information go to: https://www.iitc.org/conferences-events/treaty-conference/.

The 4th International Electronic Conference on Foods may be in October 2023. For details visit: https://foods2022.sciforum.net.

NAFOA: 2022 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference may be in October. For details go to: https://www.nafoa.org/.

54th Annual NIEA Convention & Trade Show may be in October 2023 . For details go to: https://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/national-events.

UCLA IAC Fall Forum may be in October 2023, at the James West Alumni Center, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA. For information visit: https://www.aisc.ucla.edu/events/

Tribal Border Alliance Summit may be in October 2023. For details, visit, https://www.tribalborderalliance.org.

Annual Conference for Community-Based Heritage Language School Representatives may be in October 2023. For details go to: http://heritagelanguageschools.org/coalition/conference.

Association on American Indian Affairs 8th Annual Repatriation Conference may be in October 2023. For details visit: https://www.indian-affairs.org/repatriation_conference.html.

Washington Association for Bilingual Education (WABE) Fall Institute may be in October 2023. For information visit: https://wabewa.org/fall-institute/.

2023 World Indigenous Business Forum may be in October 2023, details to be announced. For details go to: http://wibf.ca/.

First Nations Education Administrators Association (FNEAA) 2023 National Gathering may be in October 2023. For information go to: https://fneaa.imiscloud.com/FNEAA/Events/Events.aspx.

24th Annual American Indian Tourism Conference is October 2-5, 2023 at Choctaw Casino & Resort-Durant, 4216 S. Hwy 69/75, Durant, OK 74701. For details visit: https://www.aianta.org/aitc/.

The Indigenous Studies and Indian Popular Sections will put on panels at the Midwest Popular Culture Association/Midwest American Culture Association Annual Conference, October 6-8, 2023, in Chicago, IL. Send questions and inquiries to the Area Chair, Anthony Adah at: adahan@mnstate.edu. For more information about the conference, including how to submit to a different area, please visit the conference website at http://www.mpcaaca.org.

2022 Convention - ANCSA  is October 19-21, 2023 in Anchorage, Alaska. For details visit: https://www.nativefederation.org/convention/. 

The 2021 International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums (ATALM) has been rescheduled for October 24-26, 2023 in Oklahoma City, OK. For information, visit: http://www.atalm.org. Please direct questions to atalminfo@gmail.com.

18th Annual FALCON Conference (Land-grant Programs with NIFA & FRTEP) is October 27-29, 2023, in Kansas City, MO. For information go to: https://www.falcontribalcollege.org/annual-conference.

2023 National Tribal Leaders Climate Change Summit convening leaders from Tribes and First Nations to advance tribal climate change policy and action may be in November 2023. For information go to: https://atnitribes.org/.

Intertribal Tax Conference may be in November 2023. For details go to: http://intertribaltax.com.

Fifteenth Native American Symposium is likely to be in November 2023, at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Durant, Oklahoma. All papers presented at the symposium will be eligible for inclusion in the published proceedings, which will also be posted on our website, http://www.se.edu/nas/.

2022 SICC First Nations Language Keepers Gathering may be in November 2023. For information visit: http://www.sicc.sk.ca.

National Center for Great Lakes Native American Culture, 2023, NCGLNAC Academic Conference may. be in November 2022. For details visit: www.ncglnac.org.

CSU Water in the West Symposium may be in November 2023 in Denver, CO. For details visit: https://stem.colostate.edu/events/water-in-the-west-symposium/.

Annual Tusweca Tiospaye 2022, Lakota Dakota Nakota Language Summit and First Nations Education Summit may be in November 2023 in Rapid City, SD. For details visit: http://tuswecatiospaye.org/.

51st Anniversary of the Occupation of Alcatraz by the Indians of All Tribes is in November 2022 on Alcatraz Island. For information all (925) 297-5343 or email alltribesday2019@gmail.com.

Foundation for Endangered Languages (FEL) XXVII may be in November 2023. For details visit: http://www.ogmios.org/conferences.

The Annual Honoring Native Foodways is likely in November 2023, in the University Center Annex, University of North Carolina, Pembroke. For information go to:  https://www.uncp.edu/.

The National Association for Ethnic Studies (NAES) Annual Conference may be in November 2023 . For details contact National Association for Ethnic Studies (NAES), Department of Ethnic Studies, Colorado State University, 1790 Campus Delivery, Fort Collins, CO 80523-179, www.ethnicstudies.org.

Indigenous Disability and Wellness Gathering 2023 may be in Canada in November 2023. For details visit https://www.ncai.org/conferences-events/national-events.

The annual Kares Children's Learning Center November Native Language Symposium may be in November 2023. For more information visit: https://kclcmontessori.org/.

10th Biennial International Indigenous Research Conference may be in November 2023 in New Zealand. For information visit: http://www.indigenousresearchconference.ac.nz.

ALAA and ALANZ Conference – Applied linguistics in the Asia-Pacific region may be in November, 2023. For details visit: https://aila.info/alaa-and-alanz-conference-applied-linguistics-in-the-asia-pacific-region/.

The Annual conference of the Australian Linguistic Society may be in November or December 2023 in Australia. For information go to: https://als.asn.au.

10th Annual Sustainable Development Conference is November 5-7, 2023 in Bangkok, Thailand. Our Sustainable Development Conference - Green technology, Renewable energy and Environmental protection, annually held in Bangkok is a perfect place to meet world’s leading professionals, scholars and governmental representatives from all over the world in the fields of sustainable development, green energy and environmental protection. For information go to: www.sdconference.org.

Construction in Indian Country National Conference is November 8-10, 2023, in Chandler, AZ. For details visit: https://ciic.construction.asu.edu/content/national-conference//.

La Cosecha,25th Annual Dual Language Conference November 8-11, 2023 in Albuquerque, NM. For details visit: https://www.lacosechaconference.org.

The National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) Annual Conference is November 15-19, 2023 in Montgomery, AL. For details visit: https://www.nameorg.org/name_2023_fall_conference.php.

2023 National Indigenous Closing the Gap Soicide Mental Health Conference  is December 4-6, 2023 at Newcastle, NEW, Australia. For details visit: https://www.icsconferences.org.

2023 First Nations International Epidemiology and Research  Conference  is December 4-6, 2023 at Newcastle, NEW, Australia. For details visit: https://www.icsconferences.org.

Nine th International Conference on Immersion and Dual Language Education may be in March 2024. For information visit: https://l2trec.utah.edu/dliimmersionconference/index.php.

The National Institute for Native Leadership in Higher Education (NINLHE)ACPA Meeting in Chicago is March 18-21, 2024. To learn more visit: https://neworleans2023.myacpa.org.

WABE Annual Conference is April 18-20, 2024 in Spokane, WA. For details visit: https://wabewa.org/annual-conference/.

4th rd International Conference on Revitalization of Indigenous and Minoritized Languages is now biannual, possibly in September 2024. For details go to: https://ssila.org/conference,

The National Institute for Native Leadership in Higher Education (NINLHE)ACPA Meeting in Long Beach, CA is February 16-19, 2025. To learn more visit: https://neworleans2023.myacpa.org.

The National Institute for Native Leadership in Higher Education (NINLHE)ACPA Meeting in Baltimore is March 19-April 1, 2026. To learn more visit: https://neworleans2023.myacpa.org.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Hiring at Child Trends (experience working with Indigenous Populations in research)

From: Heather Jean Gordon < hgordon@childtrends.org>
Date: Thursday, August 25, 2022 at 9:33 AM

Hello everyone,

We have four openings for work with Indigenous populations (in the US and US territories), at different levels. Please share widely (send to your listservs) with graduates from undergrad, master’s programs, and PhD programs and others who work with Indigenous populations in research. If hired, you will be working with Dr. Heather Sauyaq Jean Gordonand Dr. Deana Around Him who work with Indigenous Peoples on issues important to them as well as staff who specialize in many additional topic areas. Dr. Gordon was just recognized as a cohort 11 scholar in the Native Children’s Research Exchange (NCRE) scholars program. Dr. Around Him was just recognized as a 2022 Ascend Fellow at the Aspen Institute. I am happy to answer any questions prospective applicants may have ( hgordon@childtrends.org).

Past projects include a Twitter Analysis Can Help Practitioners, Policymakers, and Researchers Better Understand Topics Relevant to American Indian/Alaska Native Youth. Current projects look at school safety for Indigenous youth; Positive Indian Parenting; Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) programs in addressing health equity during the COVID-19 pandemic; and providing local evaluation support (Training & Technical Assistance) to Personal Responsibility Education Programs (PREP) in Tribal communities. Future projects either in the pipeline or work we hope you join us to work in include work on the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives crisis, culture as a protective factor, language revitalization as a protective factor, work around climate change, work around Indigenous subsistence practices, work with minority serving institutions, addressing colonization and historical trauma, addressing urban healthcare needs, boarding school trauma, youth in science, technology, engineering, math, social science, economics, and art, to name a few. Additionally, we were awarded Doris Duke funds and Mackenzie Scott funds to pursue our impact plan with Black American and Indigenous populations which involves advancing our work with Indigenous children and families.

1. Research Scientist for Indigenous Populations (see link for more information and to apply!)

a. Works well for PhDs less than 10 years out

b. Up to $104,000.00 Annually

c. Experience working with Indigenous Peoples

d. Experience with participatory and Indigenous methodologies

e. Interested in any of the following: public health, early childhood, health services, youth, child welfare, poverty, equity, families, juvenile justice, education, behavioral health, trauma, reproductive health, culture and well-being, and/or substance use prevention with Indigenous populations

f. Excellent writing skills

g. Experience applying and winning funding a plus!

2. Senior Research Analyst, Quantitative (see link for more information and to apply!)

a. Up to $77,000.00 Annually

b. Works well for a master’s degree with 2-3 years of experience

c. Experience with statistical software packages (e.g., STATA, R) is required, including clear, detailed documentation of data cleaning, coding, and analytic decisions for future replication

d. Excellent writing skills

e. Interest in research on the well-being of Black and/or Indigenous children and families and families or children in poverty

3. Senior Research Analyst, Mixed Methods (see link for more information and to apply!)

a. Up to $77,000.00 Annually

b. Works well for a master’s degree with 2-3 years of experience

c. Develop and implement qualitative, quantitative, and/or mixed methods analytic plans

d. Excellent writing skills

e. Interest in research on the well-being of Black and/or Indigenous children and families and families or children in poverty

4. Senior Research Assistant (see link for more information and to apply!)

a. Up to $51,000.00 Annually

b. Works well with a BA or BS with 2 years of experience

c. Writing and literature review experience

d. Supporting qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis

e. Interest in research on the well-being of Black and/or Indigenous children and families and families or children in poverty

https://www.childtrends.org/about-us/careers

Locations: Flexible Remote Work; Child Trends’ offices are based in Bethesda, MD; Chapel Hill, NC; Minneapolis, MN. Many Child Trends staff work remotely, and while we are set up to hire remote staff in many states, we are not yet operating everywhere in the US and do not have any overseas operations. We are currently approved to hire full-time staff in Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Individuals who would like to work from areas outside of the currently approved states should still apply and indicate this preference and location as early as possible in the application process. The organization will require time to assess additional set up requirements (e.g., employment and tax law) for locations outside of areas where we are currently approved to hire.

Working at Child Trends means working with a smart, driven, diverse group dedicated to learning more about children, and sharing what we’ve learned in order to help them thrive. Ninety-five percent of staff at Child Trends say it’s a great place to work, according to a survey rating the quality of companies’ challenges, atmosphere, rewards, pride, communication, and bosses. In fact, Child Trends is the 18th best place to work for recent college graduates, and the 2nd best workplace for women, according to Fortune Magazine and Great Places to Work. Child Trends also has great benefits!

Quyanaqpak (Thank you very much in Iñupiatun),

Heather

Heather Sauyaq Jean Gordon, PhD (Iñupiaq) she/her

Research Scientist II, Youth Development

Headquarters: 7315 Wisconsin Ave, Ste 1200W | Bethesda, MD 20814

Ph: (240) 223-9290 | hgordon@childtrends.org

Research to improve children’s lives

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Authors Sought for Book on Traditional Ecological Knowledge

Hesci/Greetings,

My name is Lara Jacobs and I’m a Citizen of Muscogee (Creek) Nation and in the last year of my Ph.D. program at Oregon State University. I’m currently in the process of putting together an edited volume that focuses on Traditional Ecological Knowledge and three Indigenous value systems. The book is edited, peer-reviewed, and written solely by Indigenous Peoples, and will most likely be published in 2024.

I am searching for a few more Indigenous contributors for the volume, specifically those who write short stories, songs, and poetry. I’d be happy to provide more information about the collection to those who are interested in potentially contributing.

Please feel free to share this message with folks who might be interested.

Mvto (thank you) in advance!

Vrakkueckv (Respectfully),

Lara A. Jacobs
Mvskoke (Creek) Citizen
Forest Ecosystems and Society
Oregon State University

Pronouns: She/her/hers | Mobile: (707) 951-5105 | Office: 301B Richardson Hall

American Indian Science and Engineering Society Chapter at OSU| President

Indigenous Graduate Student Alliance | Secretary

Traditional Ecological Knowledge Club | Chair and Graduate Student Representative

Interested in joining an OSU Student Club? Sign up here: https://apps.ideal-logic.com/osusli

CoF DEI Programming Taskforce | Member

Ecological Society of America: Traditional Ecological Knowledge Section | Member

Ecological Society of America: Human Ecology Section | Member

Estuarine and Coastal Sciences Association | Member

PUP Global Heritage Consortium | Member

Xi Sigma Pi (International Forestry Honor Society) | Member

Phi Kappa Phi (Honor Society) | Member

Land Acknowledgement: Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR is located within the traditional homelands of the Mary's River or Ampinefu Band of Kalapuya. Following the Willamette Valley Treaty of 1855 (Kalapuya etc. Treaty), Kalapuya people were forcibly removed to reservations in Western Oregon. Today, living descendants of these people are a part of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Community of Oregon ( https://www.grandronde.org) and the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians ( https://ctsi.nsn.us).

Recognizing lands and Indigenous peoples are minor steps in the right direction. Taking the next step requires actions from people like you because the settler state and impacts of colonialism are ongoing. Centering your politics around #LANDBACK efforts, supporting Indigenous peoples’ earnest protests as land and water protectors/defenders, and donating your time, money, and efforts to Indigenous-led causes are actions you can take to support Indigenous peoples and their futures.

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Assistant professor Opening, Washington State University

Pullman, WA

Title:

270-NN - Assistant Professor

Business Title:

Assistant Professor

Location:

WSU PULLMAN CAMPUS

Employee Type:

Faculty

Job Family:

Faculty - Academic - Not OT Eligible

Position Details:

Summary of Duties:

Developing and maintaining a productive program of scholarship (which may be multi-disciplinary, appear in non- traditional or specialized venues, share authorship with non-academic or community partners, or speak to teaching), seeking appropriate grant funding, mentoring graduate student research, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses on topics in the law, policy and Native American/Indigenous studies, collaborating with members of other departments and programs (e.g., WSU’s Center for Native American Research and Collaboration (CNRC); https://native.wsu.edu/cnrc/ ), and participating in meaningful community engagement.

Position Summary:

The School of Politics, Philosophy and Public Affairs (PPPA) at Washington State University invites applications for a permanent, full-time, nine-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Pullman, WA, with a specialty in Native American/Indigenous Law and Policy. We seek applicants who conduct research related to tribal sovereignty broadly, using the lens of the law and public policy. Research might address how attitudes about Indigenous Peoples inform and infuence law and policies that affect Indigenous and Native American nations, the social and political consequences of tensions between Native legal institutions and state and federal courts, or how an understanding of the law might help address the inequities that exist in Native American and other Indigenous communities.

WSU is committed to building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive university community. The university recognizes that fostering an inclusive environment for all, with particular attention to the needs of historically marginalized populations, is vital to the pursuit of excellence in all aspects of our institutional mission. Towards continually strengthening this commitment, we seek candidates whose research, teaching, and/or service has prepared them to be an integral contributor to the continued advancement of inclusion, diversity, equity, and access here at WSU.

This position is part of a faculty cluster hire initiative in the scholarship and teaching about racism and social inequality in the Americas, with a particular focus this year on Native American/Indigenous communities. The university is particularly interested in hiring scholars who are deeply connected to and integrated into the communities that they study, as a means to build on our strong tradition of engaged and applied scholarship at WSU.

It is anticipated that the successful candidate will begin the appointment on August 16, 2023. Job duties:

Developing and maintaining a productive program of scholarship (which may be multi-disciplinary, appear in non- traditional or specialized venues, share authorship with non-academic or community partners, or speak to teaching), seeking appropriate grant funding, mentoring graduate student research, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses on topics in the law, policy and Native American/Indigenous studies, collaborating with members of other departments and programs (e.g., WSU’s Center for Native American Research and Collaboration (CNRC); https://native.wsu.edu/cnrc/), and participating in meaningful community engagement.

Required Qualifications:

Earned doctoral degree in Political Science, Public Policy, Public Administration, Law, Legal Studies or a related field or a Juris Doctor (J.D.) by August 15, 2023

Demonstrated record of or potential for scholarship that addresses Native American/Indigenous law and policy

Proven or potential for successful teaching and instruction

Demonstrated commitment to campus diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts Significant engagement with the communities involved in their research

Preferred Qualifications:

Ability to teach courses such as Judicial Process, Civil Liberties and U.S. Constitution Demonstrated ability to work collegially and collaboratively with internal and external constituencies that represent diverse cultures, backgrounds, and ideologies.

Additional Information:

COVID-19 Vaccine Information:

In accordance with Washington State Governor's Proclamation 21.14.3, as a condition of employment, you must be fully vaccinated or have an approved medical/religious accommodation by time of hire. People are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving their last shot in a vaccine series. Full vaccination status or an approved accommodation will be verified prior to your first day of work. Should you not be fully vaccinated or have an approved medical/religious accommodation you will not be able to start employment with WSU. Information regarding vaccine verification and/or requesting a medical/religious accommodation is available at https://hrs.wsu.edu/covid-19/vax-verification/. Please contact HRS at hrs@wsu.edu or 509-335-4521 if you have questions.

Area/College: College of Arts and Sciences

Department Name: School of Politics, Philosophy and Public Affairs (PPPA)

City, State, Zip: Pullman, WA 99164

Department Link: pppa.wsu.edu/

Monthly Salary: Salary is competitive, commensurate with experience and qualifications

FTE: 100%

Tenure Track: Yes

This is a permanent position.

Screening Begin Date: Formal screening of applications will begin October 1, 2022, and continue until the position is filled.

Background Check: This position has been designated by the department to require a background check. Application Instructions: Application materials should clearly communicate how the applicant meets all required qualifications and additional requirements. Applicants are required to include contact information for professional references within the application.

Inquiries should be directed to Dr. Steven Stehr, Chair, Native American/Indigenous Law and Policy Faculty Search Committee, at stehr@wsu.edu.

Required Documents:

A cover letter addressing qualifications for this position Curriculum vitae

Teaching portfolio that includes a statement of teaching philosophy and other indicators of teaching success such as quantitative evaluations and peer reviews

Research statement

Contributions to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion statement

Names, addresses, and contact information of at least three references who can address your history of and potential for excellence in research, teaching, and service (letters will be requested at a later time)

Time Type:

Full time

Position Term:

9 Month - Summer

WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EDUCATOR AND

EMPLOYER. Members of ethnic minorities, women, special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam-era, recently separated veterans, and other protected veteran, persons of disability and/or persons age 40 and over are encouraged to apply.

WSU employs only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. citizens. All new employees must show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

WSU is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact Human Resource Services: 509-335-4521 (v), Washington State TDD Relay Service: Voice Callers: 1-800-833-6384; TDD Callers: 1-800-833-6388, 509-335-1259(f), or hrs@wsu.edu.

UNC Development Officer position OPEN

A new development officer position has been created for select Academic & Community Engagement units including the American Indian Center, Carolina Latinx Center, Asian American Center, the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History among others, https://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/245577 .

Danielle

DANIELLE HIRALDO, PHD, MPA (Lumbee)
Director
American Indian Center | Respect. Responsibility. Reciprocity. Balance.

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Campus Box 3457
205 Wilson Street | Chapel Hill, NC 27516
O 919-843-5233 | F 919-843-4024
E: hiraldo@unc.edu

The University of Denver has a search in progress looking for "tenured and jointly appointed Associate Professor position in Political Science and Critical Race and Ethnic Studies (CRES)”

Recently recognized as an R1 university, the University of Denver is very interested in growing both programs.

You can find the full job listing here, but, in brief, we seek applications from American Politics scholars in one or more of the following areas:

· Indigenous, Black, Latinx, and/or Asian American politics, political behavior, and/or political history

· Critical Legal Studies approaches to United States racial and ethnic constructions and political development.

We will begin reviewing applications after January 13 th. Please feel free to reach out to CRES Program Director Reginald Byron ( Reginald.Byron@du.edu) or Political Science Chair Josh Wilson ( Joshua.c.wilson@du.edu) if you have any questions.

Reggie Byron
Director of Critical Race and Ethnic Studies
Associate Professor of Sociology
University of Denver
Private Industry Diversity and Inclusion Consultant
Pronouns: (he/him/his)
Twitter: @prof_byron
https://www.reginaldbyron.com/

RACE POL is a discussion list sponsored by the Section on Race, Ethnicity and Politics of the American Political Science Association http://www.apsanet.org/~rep/.

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Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals

2023 Air Quality Internship

Apply for a paid 8-week summer internship.

Spend your summer working with tribal organizations to address tribal environmental issues. The internships have a research,technical, educational or policy focus. We are offering at least 8 positions in air quality. You can apply for up to 8 positions with one application. The internship program provides each student intern with a $5,120 stipend. We also have travel and housing stipends for those that relocate for the internship. Host sites are selected from tribal environmental organizations, government offices, the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and others.

Eligible students must meet the following:

• US Citizen

• Identify as Native American/Alaska Native

• Full-time undergraduate or graduate college student during Spring 2023 (12 hours undergrad, 9 hours grad) at any tribal college, college or university

• Have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA

• Majoring in an environmental or related field like science, engineering, planning, policy, law, management, political science, anthropology, or health

• Interested in pursuing an environmental career after graduating

• Proficient verbal and written communication skills

• Strong interest in working with Native American tribes

• If you need an exception for any of the above requirements, contact EEOP-INTERN@nau.edu

Please register at the following website for more information:

http://www7.nau.edu/itep/main/eeop/Internships/ssi_internship

For details about how to apply, see the ITEP internship website. Potential host site descriptions are available. You will be able to apply for multiple host sites with one application.

Deadline: February 8, 2023