Native American Students Association (NASA)

NASA

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NASA is a student organization that plans and promotes events related to Native American heritage and culture on campus.   Throughout the year NASA sponsors and co-sponsors many events.  Members do not need to be Native American to join and participate in these activities. These activities help strengthen the ties of all individuals on campus. 

Some of the past events NASA has hosted include: craft workshops (such as beadwork, rattle-making, making dishbags, and Hot Plate), Earth Day activities, First Nations Food Taster, NMU homecoming activities, "Learning to Walk Together" traditional pow wow, Leonard Peltier activities, Native American Heritage Month, and Title VII picnic.  Students will also get together for movie night, bowling, and meals.  This past year, NASA has participated in the Idle No More demonstration walk.

NASA meetings are held weekly and are open to all NMU students.  Sign up today!

 

NASA Co-Presidents:  Amanda Weinert, Sault Ste Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians and Hannah Vallier, Sault Ste Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians

Vice President:  Dorthy Karr, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians

Secretary:  Shelby Segerstrom

 

                                               
NASA Co-Advisers:
Grace Chaillier and Tina Moses
Center for Native American Studies

 


Events:

Fall 2012 Native American Heritage Month



Past events: 

Fall 2012 Fest

CNAS Open House and Social

Wild Rice Camp

 

View the Center's Flickr account for photo highlights

For more information, contact Amanda Weinert or Hannah Vallier at 906-227-1397 or e-mail nasa@nmu.edu