A conversation with Salish Kootenai College President Joseph McDonald. McDonald has made it a priority to learn about related programs in the Pacific Islands and has also visited several community colleges in Hawaii.
Long before there was the Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria, native cultures in Central and South America created centers of advanced learning.
Indigenous peoples around the world are finding empowerment through higher education. Ray Barnhardt examines what they have in common.
More people are learning, and using, the Hawaiian language thanks to an innovative program at the University of Hawaii.
Native Americans now have the opportunity to learn more about other indigenous peoples through an internship program offered by Northwest Indian College and Western Washington University.
In the summer of 1893 the nation’s attention was focused on Chicago, where a sparkling city of plaster had been painstakingly built. Inspired by the grandness of Paris,