Our regular meetings give us an opportunity to discuss and organize upcoming events. We strive to bring together guest speakers that will enrich the UTA campus. Watch for flyers and pavement chalkings around campus for announcements on what we're doing next.
Organization Meetings: We typically meet once per month in College Hall, Room 100G from 12 noon to 1 pm. Meeting times for academic year 2009-10 are: Sept. 14, 2009; Oct. 12; Nov. 9; Jan. 11, 2010; Feb. 8; March 8; April 12.
Oct. 12, 2009: Speaker meeting at noon in the Chemistry Conference Room, CPB. Joseph Marshall, U.S. Census Bureau will discuss the 2010 Native American count, jobs and internships with the bureau; Oct. 12
Nov 9, 2009: Planning meeting at noon in the Chemstry Conference Room, CPB. Finalize fall speaker event and gallery preprations for Native American month; Nov 9
Nov 16 - Dec 4, 2009: "Thousands of years of Sustainability" NASA arts, crafts, historical and contemporary native people, places and things showing in the UTA Gallery on the first floor of E.H. Hereford University Center; Nov 16 - Dec 4.
Nov. 18, 2009: Campus-wide speaker event: Ute tribal speaker concerning algea-bio fuels and sustainability; Nov. 18
Feb 20, 2010: Scholarship Powwow: The 2010 Powwow is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 20. Vendors need to fill out and submit a Vendor Form. A link will be placed here when the form is available later this fall.
We've written about many of our past events, and taken photos to document our history. Please visit our archive page to see more. If you have photos from past events that you would like to share on the web site, please contact our Faculty Advisor, Dr. Ken Roemer and let him know!
Annual Scholarship Benefit Powwows (1996 - Present): Since 1998, NASA has awarded eleven scholarships; at present the scholarship is $1,100.
Six Annual August Orientations (1997 - 2002): Through the President's Office, NASA obtained funding to support this program, which up through 2002 was run by THUNDER Alliance.
Academic Conferences (1997 - 2001): NASA has sent at least two members to the American Indian Science and Engineering Society Conventions. One of the students' responsibilities while attending is to distribute information at a UTA booth.
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