Launched last fall, the department, aims to introduce issues of Indigeneity across the university while serving as a hub for research and teaching.
The Haudenosaunee Archive, Resource and Knowledge portal will link cultural heritage items to community needs.
Racial/ethnic disparities in pain prevalence are much greater than previously thought, according to UB medical sociologist Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk. .
The new department reflected on its groundbreaking past and focused on its future as the “home and hub” of Indigenous teaching and research at UB.
“O’nigöëi:yo:h Thinking In Indian” features the work of 48 artists from the Hodinöhsö:ni’ Confederacy.
Scholars, students, educators and community members can research and learn about Haudenosaunee people in a new campus center.
Dean Seneca’s course aims to show how the injustices faced by American Indian and Alaska Native people created many of today’s health disparities.
In honor of the Indigenous peoples who were the first inhabitants of North America, UB will observe Indigenous Peoples Day on the second Monday in October.
For the UB Distinguished Visiting Scholar, the value of the ALANA experience has come full circle.
The course, taught by Dean Seneca, aims to support future public health leaders in promoting well-being throughout the world.
Earning a doctorate in American Studies is the latest accomplishment for Marilyn Schindler, who was a lecturer at UB in the 1970s.
The $3 million award will support a new Department of Indigenous Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Finding a Native American dentist is rare. A new program at the School of Dental Medicine aims to change that.
PhD student Jennifer Martin, recipient of an NIH diversity in neuroscience award, talks about how she became a scientist and why she studies drug addiction.
UB education researcher Sameer Honward is using podcasts to align with Native Americans' traditional way of gathering knowledge through oral traditions.
UB researcher Melanie Sage is working to improve states’ compliance with the Indian Child Welfare Act.
UB Nursing will use the funding to increase access to mental health care and substance abuse treatment in American Indian communities.
Ciaran Williams will continue his theoretical work for the Large Hadron Collider and start a science club for Native American students.
For nursing assistant dean Margaret Moss, improving the lives of Native Americans in any way possible is "part of who I am."
The American Indian College Fund assists Native Americans with scholarships and programs to promote student success.
A talk by UB nursing researcher Margaret Moss will explore why the health of Native populations remains a mystery.
The UB Libraries is among a handful of sites to premier an exhibition that shares Native views on health and illness.
UB faculty member Margaret Moss has published the nation’s first nursing textbook tailored to perhaps the least understood minority population in the U.S.
UB faculty member James Jarvis testified before a congressional subcommittee about the need to support critical health programs serving American Indian and Alaska Native children.