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    Kaw Nation Enrollment Event Held

    On December 11, NOC/NASNTI teamed up with Kaw Nation at their Tribal Access Site in Newkirk to provide on-site enrollment assistance. Through this access site and 5 others in the local region, students are able to participate in ITV and online courses that will count toward a 2 year degree.(Pictured left to right: Kelly Jordan, Teyonna Weasel Bear, Sara Hawkins)   Read More...

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    Echo-Hawk, Howell speak at NOC's Cultural Engagement Center

    Native American author Walter Echo-Hawk and artist Sonny Howell spoke to Northern Oklahoma students and staff Nov. 15 at the Cultural Engagement Center (CEC) on the NOC Tonkawa campus.The lecture and artist reception were part of Native American Heritage Month at NOC.Echo-Hawk, a member of the Pawnee Nation, lectured on his 2018 book, Sea of Grass, while Howell explained the inspiration behind his art.Echo-Hawk is an author, attorney, and legal scholar.Echo-Hawk’s book describes the story o...  Read More...

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    Kristin Gentry appears at NOC Native American Art Exhibit

    Native American artist Kristin Gentry spoke to a full house Friday afternoon at the Cultural Engagement Center at Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa.Gentry explained to the audience how she uses art create to preserve her traditional Native American tribal culture.“My grandfather worked with wood and my grandmother was very creative, they dragged me to art shows when I was a kid,” she said. “I was around art all my life and so it was natural for me.”As a high school student at Berryhill High Scho...  Read More...

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    Kristin Gentry Artist Reception

    Northern Oklahoma College will be hosting an artist’s reception on Friday, Sept. 13 featuring the work of Native American artist Kristin Gentry.The event will be held at the NOC Cultural Engagement Center from 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.Gentry is passionate about using her art to create different ways to preserve her traditional Native American tribal culture.She has exhibited her artwork in numerous juried, invited, open, and group shows across the Midwestern United States.   Read More...

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    Native American Mentors Speak at Panel Discussion

    Seven Native American professionals discussed issues facing Native American students Monday, May 13, 2019, in the Cultural Engagement Center at Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa.The program is a part of the Natives Guiding Natives grant from the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) and the Lumina Foundation.The panel discussion included Sara Bell, Youth Pastor/Business Owner from Ponca City; Dani DeRoin, Records Administrator for the Otoe-Missouria Tribal Education Depar...  Read More...

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