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Community, Agency, Engagement for Native Students

Community, Agency, & Engagement

for Native and Indigenous VT Students

Dr. May Hey teaching a Land based learning class in the Indigenous Garden at Virginia Tech..

Check out these photos from our visit with,

Elder in Residence, Mark Parman!


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What we do

Peer-to-peer learning

Peer-to-peer mentoring program for first-year Native and Indigenous Students

Dr. May Hey teaching a Land based learning class in the Indigenous Garden at Virginia Tech..

Experiential learning opportunities tailored to student interests. 

Students and faculty participating in a talking circle in Indigenous Knowledges.

Academic support staff working to serve Native and Indigenous students' academic growth.

Jeff Kerwin, retired professor of forestry and member of the Nause-Waiwash Band of Indians, teaches in Indigenous Ecologies.

Connecting elders to Native and Indigenous students in a mentoring role on campus.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Check back for upcoming events and programs...