The Inter-Tribal Council of AT&T Employees (ICAE) has developed the 2019 Fall Scholarship Program as a way of reaching back into local communities to financially assist Native American students in continuing their higher education. The 2019 program has increased the level of funding and will include: 15 - $1,000 scholarships, 4 $1,500 scholarships, 4 - $2,000 scholarships and 3 - $2,500 scholarships. Results will be announced by December 9 with checks being disbursed to the institutions by the end of December.
The SunTec Auto Glass Scholarship is open to any American student who meets the following criteria:
- Currently a student of an accredited university, college or community college OR are a high school senior and you plan on attending an accredited university, college or community college the following semester after your graduation.
- Has a grade point average (GPA) score of 2.5 or higher.
- Can supply an essay of at least 1000 words by the application deadline of December 15, 2019.
- Any student, no matter their degree choice or education sector, can apply - provided they meet the above requirements.
Any information you may need about the SunTec Auto Glass Scholarship can be found at: http://www.suntecautoglass.com/scholarship.html.
The deadline for the 2020 AIHEC Logo Design Competition has been extended to November 22nd, 2019. More information can be found on the 2020 AIHEC Website.
Today is the first day of early registration for the spring semester at all five of NTU's locations in Crownpoint, Zuni, Kirtland, Teec Nos Pos and Chinle. It’s important for students to begin registering as soon as possible as it allows our registrar’s office to better plan for course availability. It also helps our business and financial aid offices to begin processing paperwork for Pell disbursements. The sooner students register, the sooner they are able to get the financial aid disbursement.
Navajo Technical University will be working with the Crownpoint Chapter and National Parks Services in hosting focus groups for the development of walking trails in Crownpoint the week of October 21st. We will specifically look to collect feedback of the youth and college students, elders and care takers, and healthcare professionals who utilize the current trails.
Each focus group should last one hour and a smoked brisket dinner will be provided. We only have space for 9 participants in each focus group so please RSVP to Daniel Vandever at email@example.com if you'd like to participate. Please share this information with anyone you feel would provide good insight into trail development in Crownpoint.
For more information, contact me at any time via email or send me a text or voicemail at 505-488-8444.
NTU is pleased to announce that the Institution Actions Council of the Higher Learning Commission approved a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science on September 9, 2019. The new degree will be offered on Navajo Technical University's Crownpoint campus this upcoming spring semester.
The new degree program is designed to provide technical and applied instruction in the biological, physical, technical, and economic aspects of livestock production. The degree includes application of basic principles of selection, animal breeding, animal nutrition, reproduction, feeding and management of livestock for the production of meat, milk, and wool.
Congratulations to everyone who was instrumental in getting this degree approved! For more information contact Dr. Germaine Daye at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In partnership with Crownpoint Health Education, Navajo Technical University will be hosting a Youth Volleyball Camp on June 27th and June 28th. Registration is currently ongoing and will end on June 26th at 5:00PM. Please download the attached liability waiver form and registration form down below. The forms can be scanned and emailed to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax to 505.786.2011
On Tuesdays, starting on June 11, 2019, the NTU Communications Department will begin playing Navajo 10 at the Elders' Center here in Crownpoint. We're doing so in order to engage and interact with our elders, and to begin discussions of better including our elders in university events and operations. If you'd like to participate and play with us, please contact Daniel Vandever at email@example.com or Cuyler Frank at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can carpool over if you'd like to attend. We're doing this during our lunch break so we don't miss time at work. Please see the attached flyer for more information.
The official NTU Pendleton blanket is now on sale at the NTU Bookstore! The price is $250. Look, even Delegate Amber Crotty was impressed! Attached is a picture of the Pendleton design and a document that discusses the significance of the blanket’s various symbols. For more information about the design, please contact Daniel Vandever in the NTU Communications Department or Bonnie Yazzie from Diné Studies. NTU. Endless Possibility.
This year is NTU's 40th Anniversary as an institution of higher education, and we'll be launching the celebration at this year's spring commencement. It will start with the commencement of our first honorary doctorate degree when NM Senator John Pinto receives a Doctorate of Public Service, and will continue into the next year with guest speakers at each of our sites. Each of the events will lead to an end-of-the-year celebration in which we hope to engage alumni and past employees.
Come join us on May 17th to celebrate the launch of our 40thAnniversary, and enjoy the graduation festivities, including the commencement address by environmental activist and author Winona LaDuke.
For more information about NTU’s 40th Anniversary celebration, please contact the Mr. Tony Major and the 40th Anniversary Committee at email@example.com.
There will be a special board meeting on Friday, May 17, 2019 at 8:00 a.m at Navajo Technical University.
Crownpoint - May 14th and 15th, 2019
Chinle - May 16th, 2019
No workbooks and lab manuals will be accepted. Books must be clean, no scribbles and water damage.
Book charging will begin on May 20th, 2019
For more information contact the Book Store at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 505.786.5644
Deadline: June 19, 2019
Amount of Award: $500
The BigSun Organization is proud to be able to help young athletes succeed in their academic pursuits. In order to do our part we are offering an annual scholarship to a deserving student. All student athletes are eligible regardless of the sport they are engaged in or the capacity in which they participate. The student must be a high school senior or be attending a post secondary institute.
Visit http://www.bigsunathletics.com/ for more infromation.
The Albuquerque Community Foundation invites new, returning or current college students throughout New Mexico to apply for scholarship programs.
The general application for the 2019-2020 academic year is now live. Progress in completing the application can be saved so students can work on their submission over time. Interested students are advised to apply early. Each award has its own deadline.
For more information on available scholarships visit the Albuquerque Community Foundation website.
NTU will be having a seminar about the clean-up efforts of the Tronix Uranium Spill and the path forward for NTU in this regard. This seminar will be taking place on May 7th at 3:30 pm in the Science and Technology Building, Room 325.
Come on out to this free event. For more information, please contact Harry S. Whiting II, PE, at email@example.com.
The next round of listening sessions will be held next month on NTU's 2020-2025 Strategic Plan. The sessions will be held as follows:
Crownpoint: May 2, 2019 at 10 AM in the Wellness Center
Chinle: May 8, 2019 at 10 AM in Room 3
Zuni: May 9, 2019 at 10 AM in the Rotunda
Kirtland: May 23, 2019 at 10 AM at Bond Wilson Classroom #2
Teec Nos Pos: May 24, 2019 at 10 AM in Carpentry
The sessions will be informal and will be set up gallery style. Each session will allow faculty, students, staff, and community members to give their feedback on the goals that were identified during the first round of feedback we received last fall semester. In total, we received input from 107 individuals. The priorities that emerged from those sessions included:
1. Institutional Advancement
- Operations (Finance/Purchasing, Safety and Security, Communication)
- Infrastructure (Housing, Information Technology, Campus/Site Development)
- Planning (Community Engagement, Data and Assessment, Personnel)
2. Academic Advancement
- Academic Excellence (Quality, Resources, Support)
- Retention (Tutoring and Mentorship, Student Services, Onboarding)
- Graduation (Advising, Online Education, Job Placement)
Do you agree with these topics? Would you like more information? Come to one of our scheduled sessions (see attached flyer). For more information, contact Dr. Casmir Agbaraji at firstname.lastname@example.org.