Native American Studies Program Sponsored or Co-Sponsored Events
Native American Graduation
American Indian History Symposium
March 5-6, 2009
**Please see below for the announcement, schedule, program and poster**
There is no registration fee for any of the events; however, those who attend will be asked to sign in.
Seating for the speakers is in Hinde Auditorium, which holds approximately 180 people. Seating is on a first come first serve basis. There is no fee to hear these wonderful speakers. People are welcomed to a reception at the Anthropology Museum on Thursday March 5th.
**Unfortunately, the March 6th, Friday night banquet has almost reached capacity. Please contact Annette Reed to be placed on the waiting list for tickets. We appreciate your understanding. Thank you.
There will be arts/crafts/jewelry vendors in the Redwood Room of the University Union. For this particular event we are not focusing on vendors who are for informational purposes. Perhaps at another event in the future that will be those will be included.
Full Program (Underconstruction)
We would like to sincerely thank all of those who made this possible.
Band of Wintun Indians
Native American Studies Program
Ethnic Studies Department
Ensuring Native Indian Traditions
University Enterprises, INC
Center for California Studies
Center for Teaching and Learning
Visiting Scholar's Program
Smith River Rancheria
American Indian History Symposium Committee
Additional Acknowledgements To Be Posted Soon
Sacramento State Native Community
Welcome Back Gathering
Native American Day
California State Capitol
September 28th, 2007
Sac State Native American Studies
Is a Proud Member of the
State Native American Liasons of California
A Sponsor of Native American Day