Outstanding Graduating Senior
Congratulations to NMU graduate, Grey Shea. Grey has been recognized by the Native American Studies faculty as the first-ever Outstanding Graduating Senior in Native American Studies. Grey will be honored at the upcoming 2019 Academic Affairs Honors Banquet on Monday, April 22 at 7 p.m.
Here is a short bio about them.
Meskwa Gekek Kwe n'dizhinikaaz. Migizi n'doodem. Baaweting n'doonjibaa. My name is Grey Shea. I am from Baaweting (Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan) and am a member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians from the Eagle Clan. I am a soon-to-graduate Native American Studies major at Northern Michigan University, with a special interest in learning Anishinaabemowin (the Anishinaabe language). I have served as the vice president of the Native American Student Association for a year and a half, and have worked at the Center for Native American Studies for two years. My biggest passion in life is Anishinaabe mino-bimaadiziwin (living a good life) and I plan to work on furthering Anishinaabe language and culture revitalization.
The CNAS faculty team wishes the very best for all of the graduating seniors.
Student Organization Info
The Native American Student Association (NASA) meets: Wednesdays at 5pm in the Whitman Hall Commons
Photo: NASA's Fall 18 Submission in the Homecoming Chalk Drawing contest! Artists were Bazile Panek and Beth Ansari with NASA adviser, Jud Sojourn.
The Native American Beading Club (BYOB - bring your own beads) meets: Wednesdays at 4 - 7 pm (odd weeks) and 12 - 2pm (even weeks) in the Whitman Hall Commons or Whitman 112 (if NASA is meeting)