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NativeView : A Vision for a Tribal College Geospatial Consortium in the Geosciences. James Rattling Leaf Sinte Gleska University 2 nd ICE Symposium, HINU, 2007. A Model for Relationship Building. SGU – USGS Memorandum of Understanding October 2000. Wolakota

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    1. NativeView: A Vision for a Tribal College Geospatial Consortium in the Geosciences James Rattling Leaf Sinte Gleska University 2nd ICE Symposium, HINU, 2007

    2. A Model for Relationship Building SGU – USGS Memorandum of Understanding October 2000 Wolakota A new way of doing business

    3. Directions • NativeView Scholar Program • Geospatial Infrastructure Initiative • NV Workforce Development Initiative • Tribal College Forum Outreach and Collaboration

    4. Tribal College Forum 2007 • Wednesday, September 5, 2007 • 8:30 a.m.Opening Ceremonies Prayer Phil Baird • Welcome Dr. Dave Gipp, President, UTTC • 9:00 TCFUpdate, Review of Forum, Planned Outcome Phil Baird, • 9:30 Keynote AddressCarl Artman, DOI Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs • 10:15Break • 10:30 Congressional Perspective: “Climate Change/Policy Impacts” Senator John Thune (R-SD)(In work) • 11:30 Lunch • 1:00 p.m Tribal Government Perspective: “Climate Change and Indian Country”Ron His Horse is Thunder, Standing Rock Chairman • 2:00 Tribal Chairman Panel: “Climate Change Challenges in Indian Country”Rosebud, Cheyenne River, Fort Totten, Turtle Mountain • 3:15 Break • 3:30 Cultural Impacts of Climate Change in Indian Country • 4:30 Summary Phil Baird • 5:00 Adjourn

    5. Tribal College Forum – Day 2 • 8:30 a.m.Opening Ceremonies-Phil Baird • 8:45 Keynote Address: “Climate Change and the USGS Role on Framing the Climate Change Challenge”-Dr. Mark Myers, Director, USGS • 9:45 Sharing Indigenous Wisdom “Climate Change”-Dr. Mervyn Tano, International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management • 10:45 Break • 11:00 Earth Systems and Climate Change Relationships-Dr. George Seielstad, UND • 12:00 p.m.Lunch • 1:00 Role of Tribal Colleges in Climate Change-Dr.(Chief) Dan Wildcat, Haskell Indian Nations University • 2:00 Tribal College Presidents Panel, Role and Needs of Tribal Colleges-Presidents: OLC, SIPI, OLC, Menominee, Cankdeska, Little Big Horn, Salish Kootenai • 3:00 Break • 3:15 NativeView College Intern Presentations/Summer Projects-Salish Kootenai Little Priest, SGU, OLC, UTTC • 4:30 Summary Phil Baird • 5:00 Adjourn