The University of Utah honors Indigenous Peoples’ Day with the launch of a new Indigenous Land Acknowledgement.
The U’s Inter-Tribal Student Association invites Native American tribes and the community to celebrate their culture through dance, song and spiritual healing at the 47th Annual Powwow April 19-20.
Agricultural productivity drove Euro-American settlement of Utah, explaining past and present population patterns.
The U’s Inter-Tribal Student Association presents the 45th annual Powwow on April 7 and 8, honoring unity and is a tribute to the Northern Ute Tribe.
Native American students from Duchesne and Uintah school districts visited the U to explore campus and participate in a guided cow heart dissection.
A unique internship guides Native American undergrads from around the country toward science and medicine.
Ancient babies boost Bering land bridge layover with DNA linking many Native Americans to infants in Alaskan grave.
The U’s Inter-Tribal Student Association presents the 43rd annual Sustaining our Culture Powwow, beginning with the Grand Entry in the Union Ballroom.