Sunday, October 2, 2011

NAP Weekly announcements Fall 2011/week 3

NAP weekly annoucements: Fall 2011/ week 3

1. FLY IN THIS WEEK: schedule below
3. Hood Opening

4. Native men's wellness lunch
5. lecture panel: David Bonga 74'
6. Big NAAD Homecoming
7. Post grad internships:
8. Ava Art Gallery: Work by Regional Native American Artists
9. Tuesday, Nov 8, at 12:30 p.m: Talk by Tsianina Lomawaima, the Gordon Russell Visiting Professor in Native American Studies
10. The Thomas R. Pickering Undergraduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship program
11. Montgomery Fellow: Alanis Obomsawin

12. "Acting for Their Greatest Good": Indian Lands & the Discovery Doctrine in US Law & Policy.


1. FLY IN: Community Events that you can attend:
Sunday Night, OCT 3rd
 7:00pm Host Matching and Pizza:Location: Meet at Collis Commonground
Monday, OCT 2nd
 6:00pm-8:00pm Native Americans at Dartmouth Community Dinner: Share a meal and meet some of the people who make this place special.Location: Native American House
 8:00pm Evening Events: Occom Singers, Dancers 7:45am-11:30am Breakfast and Admissions Workshop
Tuesday: OCT 3rd
2:00pm-4:00pm Native American Program Open House: Take a pit stop and visit with Molly Springer & other NAP staff. Snacks will be served!Location: Collis 205
 2:00pm-4:00pm Meet with Admissions Officers Check your packet for the scheduled time of your one on one meeting. Admissions Office, 3rd floor of McNutt Hall, wait on the landing.
 4:00pm-5:00pm Dartmouth Native Students’ Experiences Forum: An in-depth Q&A session with current Dartmouth Native upperclassmen Location: Loew Theater in the Hood Museum of Art
 5:00-6:15pm Hood Museum of Art Reception: Enjoy a pre-dinner reception and a preview of the Hood’s ‘Native American Art at Dartmouth’ exhibition.Location: Loew Theater & Kim Gallery

3-10 October, daily: Barrows Rotunda, Hopkins Center
Bob Haozous Residency at the Hood Museum of Art
Contemporary Native American artist Bob Haozous will work with students to create an installation as part of the exhibitionNative American Art at Dartmouth. Generously supported by a grant from the Joseph B. Obering '56 Fund.

and Let's not forget....
3. Hood Opening 

OCT 9th: beginning at 11:30am in Collis Common Ground with Native American students and alumni, Native American Studies faculty, administrators, and special guests. This brunch is generously sponsored by the Office of the President. No RSVP is necessary.
Sunday, October 9

11:30 a.m. Brunch begins NAD Presidents Kayla Gebeck ’12 and BriAnn Laban ‘12 will welcome everyone. Remarks by Inge-Lise Ameer, Associate Dean of the College.
1:30 p.m. The Dartmouth Green Greetings and introductions by Kalina Newmark ’11, Presidential Fellow and former NAD President Blessing on the Green by Vera Palmer, Native American Studies Remarks: Carol Folt, Provost Michael Taylor, Director of the Hood Museum of Art Kevin Gover, Director of the National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution Bruce Duthu, Chair of the Native American Studies Program Alanis Obomsawin, Montgomery Fellow Special Student Performances
2:30 p.m. Hood Museum of Art Reception in Kim Gallery begins. A welcome by guest curators: Joe Horse Capture, Associate Curator of Native American Art at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, and Joseph Sanchez, former chief curator and museum director, Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico
3:00 p.m. Artist Gallery Talk by Mateo Romero ’89
Monday, October 10 
5:00 p.m. Artist Lecture by Bob Haozous, Artist-in-Residence Hood Museum of Art, Arthur M. Loew Auditorium

4. Native Men's Wellness lunch
Oct 18th; 12- 130pm

Native House
This one is for just the men.

5. Guest lecture panel: David Bonga 74' and Glen Nenema
Oct 18th: 6pm
Native House
A dinner followed by panel discussion on tribal Wellness and Leadership: Tribal attny, David Bonga '74 (Anishnabe) and the chair of the Kalispel Indian Tribe; Glen Nenema, will both be speaking to students about wellness, tribal leadership & governance.

6. Native American Alumni at Dartmouth: Homecoming
Welcome home NAAAD and join us for a formal dinner on the evening of Oct 22nd.
More information to come.

7. Post grad internships:
>>Luce Scholars Program – (1yr.) Intern in Asia :
Placements (individually arranged based on interest) can be made in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. (Applicantcannot already have significant experience in Asia or majored in Asian Studies).
*Requires Nomination by Scholarship Office - ***CAMPUS DEADLINE: OCT. 1

>>Academy for Urban School Leadership ­ Urban Teacher Residency ­ (1yr.):
A teacher training program, partnered with Chicago Public Schools, focusing on transforming underperforming schools, typically in high-poverty areas. A full-year campus-based residency in a CPS classroom that includes training, education, certification, and mentorship. *FIRST DEADLINE: OCT. 15

>>Medical Missionaries Post-Baccalaureate Fellowship in Global Health (1yr.):
 Experience in health care delivery in Haiti.
 DEADLINE: OCT. 21 Early submission is strongly encouraged

>>PBS NewsHour – Broadcast Desk Assistant (Jan-July 2012):
Rotations in research, newsroom, tape library, reporting, and production.
* OCT. 31
>>European Economic and Social Committee Traineeships (5 mos.):
 Start date: 16 February (Oct. deadline) or 16 September (April deadline) Acquire professional experience in one of the EESC's departments in Brussels. * OCT. 1 for Feb. session

>>London ­ Mountbatten Institute Internship Program (1yr.):
 Start date: March (Oct. deadline) or August (March. deadline)
 Combines full-time work with seminars, self-assessment, and projects leading to either the Certificate or MBA in International Business Practice. * OCT. 1 for March session

>>Soros Justice Advocacy Fellowships (18 mos):
 Initiate innovative policy advocacy projects at the local, state, and national levels that will have a measurable impact on one or more of the Open Society Foundations U.S. criminal justice reform priorities. Projects may range from litigation to public education to coalition-building to grassroots mobilization to action research. – *OCT. 12

>>Morning Star ­ Development Program ­(2yr.):
 The rotational career development program offers you the opportunity to work for this provider of independent investment research in Data, Research, Advisor Software and/or International business units. *Send Resume & Cover Letter to Kimberly Dobbins * OCT. 1

>>Teach for China:2-year teaching fellowships in China's most indigent rural schools. (The only program in China collaborating with Teach For All's global network, a Teach For America affiliate) *OCT 28

>>Peace Corps – Volunteers (2yrs) 
 Volunteers work in the following areas: education, youth outreach, and community development; business development; agriculture and environment; health and HIV/AIDS; and information technology. *Rolling deadline, however, 9-12 months before you will be ready to begin your service.

>>Echoing green Social Entrepreneurship Fellow (2yr.) :
Obtain seed funding to start your own non-profit. $60,000 for individuals ($90,000 for 2-person partnerships) * NOV. 1

>>WPP Marketing Fellowship (Three 1-yr.): 
 Rotate through WPP companies, (branding, marketing, advertising, direct marketing, media investment, public relations, etc) * NOV. 10

>>(FILM) Directors’ Guild of America - Assistant Directors Paid Training Program – (400 days) (L.A.) * NOV.

>>India – William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service in India: (10 mos) 
Work with leading non-governmental organizations in India to advance social and economic change (livelihood, primary education, public health and human rights). Runs Sept. to June. (10 mos) DEADLINE: NOV **New application will be up by mid-October**

>>Princeton-In-Africa – (12-mos.):service Fellowships in humanitarian aid, public health, education, conservation, post-conflict reconstruction and social entrepreneurship. * NOV.

>>Japan Exchange and Teaching Program - 1) Assistant LanguageTeacher 2) Coordinator of International Relations 3) Sports ExchangeAdvisor *NOV.

>>The American-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) Fellowships & Grants:
 Fellowships (up to $23,000) and grants (normally $5,000) to individuals to pursue research or study in one or more Scandinavian countries for up to one year. Awards granted in all fields. *NOV. 1

>>'Venture For America' Fellow: (2-yr.)Placement at a start-up or early stage company in lower-cost cities (e.g., Detroit, Providence, New Orleans). Entrepreneurship and business skillstraining at a Summer Institute at Brown University. Regular assignments, readings, and meetings, including a $100k prize in seed investment to the Fellow who is determined to have performed at the highest level throughout his or her Fellowship. Salary $32,000 - $38,000 with benefits. *NOV. 1

>NURU International Fellows – (8 mos.): Participate in an impact-driven international development project, starting with a 3-week training in San Clemente, CA, followed a 7-month on-the-ground experience by in Kenya. * NOV.15 for a spring rotation; July 1 for a Fall rotation.

>Philadelphia Teaching Fellows (3 yr) Teach in critical-needs subject areas in high need schools and an alternate route teacher certification program. Begin in the summer or mid-year.

*Start accepting applications in NOV. for summer start

8. AVA Gallery and Art Center:Here, Now°©Work by Regional Native American Artists
October 14 °© November 11, 2011
Opening Reception: Friday, October 14, 5-7pm
 AVA Gallery and Art Center is pleased to present the exhibition Here, Now: Work
by Regional Native American Artists. The exhibition, which is free and open
to the public, will be on display from October 14 through November 11, 2011.This exhibition, which will fill all four first-floor galleries, is AVA's contribution to Lebanon's Upper Valley 250th Anniversary Celebration.
 Here, Now includes the work of ten regional Native American artists working in
a variety of media: Gina Adams, Nate Deveau, Judy Dow, Betsey Garand, Brenda Garand, Margaret Jacobs, Jesse Larocque, George Longfish, Brian Miller, and Anna Tsouhlarakis.( NAAD)
 The exhibition examines how contemporary Native artists are referencing the history
of Native culture and identity, yet adapting to current times and social, political,
and environmental changes.

 9. Tsianina Lomawaima, the Gordon Russell Visiting Professor in Native American Studies 

will be presenting a gallery talk in conjunction with the Hood Museum's exhibit of Native American Art.
Tuesday, Nov 8, at 12:30 p.m.

 in the Hood Museum.

Her talk is entitled "People in the Machine: Students, Employees and Teachers in the Federal Indian School System."

8. The Pickering Undergraduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship seeks to recruit talented students in academic programs relevant to international affairs, political and economic analysis, administration, management, and science policy. The goal is to attract outstanding students from all ethnic, racial, and social backgrounds who have an interest in pursuing a Foreign Service career in the U.S. Department of State. The Program develops a source of trained men and women from academic disciplines representing the skill needs of the Department, who are dedicated to representing America's interests abroad.
In the 2012 Fellowships, financial support of up to $40,000 annually for actual expenses for the senior year of college and the first year of graduate study will be provided by the Department of State through the Woodrow Wilson Foundation. This funding is to help cover tuition costs first then room and board, books, mandatory fees, and one round trip ticket per academic year between the Fellow's residence and his/her academic institution, pending availability of funds. Participating schools provide financial support in the second year of graduate study based on need.

11. Montgomery Fellow Alanis Obomsawin

Alanis Obomsawin, is a Canadian filmmaker, storyteller, singer, and social activist of Abenaki descent. Born in Lebanon, New Hampshire, and raised primarily in Quebec, she has produced and directed more than thirty National Film Board of Canada documentaries on First Nations culture and history. Her best known documentary isKanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance, about the 1990 siege at Oka, Quebec. She has been awarded many international prizes for her films; recently she was made an Officer of the Order of Canada.

Lecture: Waban-Aki People from Where the Sun Rises
Date: Tuesday, November 1 at 4:30 p.m.
Filene Auditorium (Moore Hall)
Free and open to the public

Friday, November 11, 7:00 p.m., Loew Auditorium
Free and open to the public

12. "Acting for Their Greatest Good": Indian Lands & the Discovery Doctrine in US Law & Policy. N. Bruce Duthu, Samson Occom Professor of Native American Studies and Chair of the Native American Studies Program at Dartmouth College.
Oct 12th, Start: 4:30pm- End: 6pm
Location: Carson Hall, Room L02
Details: N. Bruce Duthu, Samson Occom Professor of Native American Studies and Chair of the Native American Studies Program at Dartmouth College, will present a lecture entitled "Acting for Their Greatest Good: "Indian Lands & the Discovery Doctrine in US Law & Policy." This lecture is offered in conjunction with the exhibition "Lewis and Clark and the Indian Country" on display at the Baker-Berry Library through October 21