Category: 2nd Quarter 2014

Student Assistants at IWRI Finish the Year

In the just recently concluded 2013 – 2014 academic year, IWRI was very fortunate to have had eight hard-working, motivated students work on numerous projects to further both personal academic learning, as well as achieving project goals. IWRI’s Research Training

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IWRI at American Indian Higher Education Consortium Meeting

Staff from IWRI attended the American Indian Higher Education Consortium’s 33rd Annual Spring Conference in Billings, Montana March 15-18, 2014. The conference brings together students, staff, faculty and community members from Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCU) across the nation. IWRI

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IHART and ISMART Meet in Washington, D.C.

IWRI’s Indigenous HIV/AIDS Research Training (IHART) and Indigenous Substance Abuse, Medicines, and Addictions Research Training (ISMART) programs gathered in Washington, D.C. May 28, 2014, for the 4th Annual Research Institute. This year, the Research Institute was held in conjunction with

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Kyle Tiffany Leaves IWRI

Kyle is a “hapa” (half Japanese, half Caucasian) ally, who has worked in IWRI since 2010 as a Curriculum Coordinator for the Native Youth Enrichment Program and Research Coordinator for various projects at IWRI, and an Evaluator for a Youth

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TCU-BASICS Project Meetings on-site and at IWRI

Two ambitious drug and alcohol studies were launched this spring by the Center for Indigenous Health Research, part of the IWRI-NCE, in partnership with tribal colleges and the UW’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute and the Center for the Study

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Native Students’ Graduation Celebration

Sixty-three attendees, including successful Native bachelor and master degree recipients in the School of Social Work and School of Public Health; their families, friends, and supporters; as well as School of Social Work and IWRI staffers, celebrated the individual and

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