Leaders in Education: Voices from Harvard's American Indian Program

Date: 

Friday, March 5, 2021, 3:00pm

Location: 

Zoom

In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Harvard University Native American Program (HUNAP), this panel will highlight the 1970 creation of the American Indian Program (AIP) at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the experiences of its first students. Dr. Robert Matthai, founder of the program, and four of the program's first students will join in a conversation about their experiences in the program and their careers as leaders in education. Dr. Matthai will provide an overview of the early history and proposal for the program, as well as the recruitment strategies that brought the first students into the program. 

Moderated by 
Kemeyawi Wahpepah (Kickapoo/Sac & Fox) 
Doctoral Student, Harvard Graduate School of Education

Panelists 
Dr. Robert Matthai, EdM'66/EdD'73, AIP Founder 
Dr. Marie Battiste (Mic Mac), EdM'74 
Daniel Honahni (Hopi), EdM'71 
Wayne Newell (Passamaquody), EdM'71 
Della Warrior (Otoe-Missouria), EdM'71 

Bios & Registration Link 

See also: Native American