UM BRIDGES: Bridging divides across the food-energy-water nexus
UM BRIDGES (DGE #1633831) is a graduate training program at the University of Montana focused on the food-energy-water (FEW) nexus. UM BRIDGES trains graduate students to conduct cutting-edge and cross-sector research on complex FEW problems, and prepares these students to succeed in a range of science and science-related jobs through an innovative, interdisciplinary program. The training program comprises coursework, seminars, and workshops and provides opportunities for international and interdisciplinary collaboration and research. Trainees are also eligible for funding support for various FEW-related activities.
New Course Offering at WSU
The College of Education at WSU will be offering a new course called “Indigenous Epistemology & Methodology” (ED PSYCH 521) Fall 2016. The course will implement the study and application of Indigenous Epistemology and Methodology. Please see the flyer below for a full description of the course, including days and times, and contact information.
New COSMOS Member
Northwest Indian College is now a member of the PNW COSMOS Alliance! We welcome the newest members of the PNW COSMOS family, Dr. Emma Norman, Northwest Indian College Science Department Chair, and Mr. Patrick Freeland, Northwest Indian College Academic and Career Advisor.