Chief Dull Knife College
I am only half Northern Cheyenne (from my mother), the other half is Vihio or white, the spider people (from my Irish father). I did not know my tribal name Heevees’a (Teeth Woman) name until I was 15 years old. I learned its history and legacy in my 20’s and finally, at 56, how to correctly…
NASA’s planned launch Monday of a rocket to explore Mars’ upper atmosphere could ultimately launch students at Chief Dull Knife College in Lame Deer on a trajectory of science careers.
Institutions of higher learning offer everything from two-year associate degrees on up in a wide range of fields.
HELENA — Carroll College has received a four-year, $1 million grant to work with Montana State University and three tribal colleges to study the effects of environmental changes on the spread of infectious diseases.
Rolf Groseth’s call to enroll and graduate more American Indian students at Montana State University Billings was so important that he made a public point of it twice recently.
Northern Cheyenne artist Alaina Buffalo Spirit is working with students at Chief Dull Knife College in Lame Deer to create ornaments that will represent Montana on the National Christmas Tree.
Artist Alaina Buffalo Spirit works on her ornament for the National Christmas Tree with art students at Chief Dull Knife College on Wednesday.
Artist Alaina Buffalo Spirit talks to an art class at Chief Dull Knife College in Lame Deer on Wednesday. Buffalo Spirit was chosen to represent Montana with ornaments on the National Christmas Tree, which she is making with the class.
Chief Dull Knife College student Joanna Littlebird works on her ornament during art class.
One of student Joanna Littlebird’s ornaments for the National Christmas Tree features a traditional Northern Cheyenne camp scene.
From left, Chief Dull Knife College art students Christian Redwoman, Britany Wick and Tevan Bighead work on their ornaments for the National Christmas Tree on Wednesday.
LAME DEER — It's not often that a self-taught Montana artist gets national recognition from the federal government.
MISSOULA — For years, the University of Montana has worked to recruit higher numbers of American Indian students, but Montana’s tribal college presidents suggested a different approach during a visit to campus Friday.
LAME DEER — Chief Dull Knife College has received a $50,000 grant to continue improvements to its developmental math program.
Tribal colleges to host career fairs