Presentations from the 2015 Meeting

KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

Note: This is not a complete list of all 2015 presenters, but only a compilation of video, powerpoint, and publication files that presenters submitted after the meeting for dissemination here.

bagele frankBagele Chilisa, Ph.D., University of Botswana, founder of the Botswana Research Association, “Equality in Diversity: Indigenous Research  Methodologies.”
Powerpoint

Video

Patricia A. L. Cochran, Inupiat, Executive Director of the Alaska Native Science Commission (ANSC)
Video

L. Na’ia Alessa, Ph.D., Director The Center for Resilient Communities (CRC), University of Idaho; Faculty, The International Arctic Research Center (IARC), University of Alaska Fairbanks; Director, The Alaska Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR); Lead, Community Based Observing Networks, Department of Homeland Security Arctic Domain Awareness Center (ADAC), University of Alaska Anchorage: “Why Science?”
Powerpoint

Kū Kahakalau, Ph.D., Kū A Kanaka LLC: “Sharing Successes in Native Language Revitalization.”
Powerpoint

Ed Galindo, Ph.D., University of Idaho, “Hoop Dancing:ISTEM students and graduate school.” Co-presenters included Beverly Maxwell, Ranalda Tsosi, and Shandin Pete.
Powerpoint 1 (Galindo)
Powerpoint 2 (Maxwell)
Powerpoint 3 (Tsosi)
Powerpoint 4 (Pete)

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Ngaropi Cameron,Tangata Whenua Development and Liberation Service: “Connecting Tu Tama Wahini o Taraniki Research to Community Action.”
Powerpoint

Co Carew, Ph.D. candidate Lesley University and Alex Alviar, SKC Liberal Arts faculty: “Art based research, in Indian country.”
Powerpoint

James Del Duca, Brandy Ann Sato, Jessica C. Venable, and Paulette Steeves; Student Storytellers Indigenizing the Academy (SSITA): “Beyond Gone.”
Powerpoint

Eugenia Eden-Moore (Chippewa), Sheriff’s Office, Washington County, Arkansas: “Searching for the Native American Female- Assessing the Deficit of Certified Female Law Enforcement Officers.”
Powerpoint

John Mahoney, M.S., Coeur d’ Alene Tribe; Julie Son, Ph.D., Anne Kern, Ph.D., and David Paul, Ph.D., University of Idaho: “Families in Four Seasons: Building Capacity for Self-Sustaining and Culturally-Integrated HAL and STEM”
Powerpoint

Dean Nicolai: “Exploring Indigenous Methodological Perspectives in Cultural Resource Management: The Case Study of the Ram’s Head Medicine Tree.”
Powerpoint

Reidunn Nygård, Dr. Merete Saus, and Shanley Swanson Nicolai: “Comparative Methodology: Enhancing Social Work Practice in Indigenous Communities.”
Powerpoint

Leonie Pihama & Ms. Rihi Te Nana, Te Kotahi Research Institute
Powerpoint 1 (Pihama)
Powerpoint 2 (Te Nana)

Liz Rix, RN, Ph.D., University of Sidney: “Can a white Aussie woman ‘get it’?: Using an Indigenist paradigm to inform culturally sensitive mainstream renal services for Aboriginal peoples in rural Australia.”
Powerpoint

Tod Shockey, Ph.D.: “Evaluation Report on AIRA 2014”
Powerpoint

Regina Sievert, Ph.D. and Cecelia Arnoux, Salish Kootenai College: “The process of developing an Indigenous Research Center at Salish Kootenai College”
Powerpoint

Sweeney Windchief, Ph.D., Michael Munson, Cheryl Birdhat, Mary Ulrich: “How We Know: Class Reflections on AIRA Keynote Presentation 2014: Considering Indigenous Research Methodologies: Critical Reflections by an Indigenous Knower.”
Powerpoint