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FWD: HUNAP Opportunities for April 20, 2007

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  • Mansel A. Nelson
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      OPPORTUNITIES is compiled by the Harvard University Native American
      Program and includes internship, scholarship, fellowship, grant, and
      career opportunities as well as announcements for conferences, workshops
      and symposia.
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      This is the Opportunities Newsletter compiled by the Harvard University
      Native American Program for April 20, 2007.

      Opportunities Table of Contents

      HUNAP Community Events
      Recruitment Opportunities
      Call for Papers Opportunities
      Workshop/Program/Conference Opportunities
      Internship Opportunities
      Employment Opportunities
      Grant Opportunities
      Scholarship Opportunities
      Fellowship Opportunities
      Miscellaneous Opportunities

      Tuesday, April 24: Nation Building II Research Project in Indian Country
      Presentations. 4-6pm, Eliot Lyman Room, Longfellow Hall, Appian Way,
      Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA 02138.

      Wednesday, April 25: HUNAP Lunch Seminar: Native Leaders in the New
      Millennium: An Examination of Success Factors of Native American Males at
      Harvard College by LeManuel “Lee” Bitsoi, Ed.M. 12-1pm, HUNAP Conference
      Room, Suite 100, 124 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA 02138.

      Saturday, April 28: Public Lecture with John Trudell & Documentary Film
      Screening of “Trudell”. 7pm, Radcliffe Gym, 18 Mason Street, Cambridge, MA

      Tuesday, May 1: Nation Building II Research Project in Indian Country
      Presentations. 4-6pm, Eliot Lyman Room, Longfellow Hall, Second Floor, 13
      Appian Way, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA 02138.

      Saturday, May 5: 12th Annual Harvard University Powwow. Grand Entry 1pm,
      Radcliffe Yard, accessible via Appian Way and Brattle Street, Cambridge,
      MA 02138 (rain location: Bright Hockey Center).

      Tuesday, May 8: HUNAP Lunch Seminar: Methamphetamines in Indian Country:
      Best Practices in Interventions by Kami Hart. 12-1pm, HUNAP Conference
      Room, Suite 100, 124 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA 02138.

      Tuesday, May 8: Nation Building II Research Project in Indian Country
      Presentations. 4-6pm, The Monroe C. Gutman Library, Gutman 303, 6 Appian
      Way, Cambridge, MA 02138.

      Please check the HUNAP website for a complete listing of all our events.
      Website: http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/hunap/news_events_main.htm.

      Recruitment Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Coalition for American Indians in Computing (CAIC), Humboldt State
      Contact: Professor Guy-Alain Amoussou, HSU Computing Science Department
      Phone: (707) 826-3380
      Email: amoussou@...
      Website: http://www.humboldt.edu

      CAIC is a program in the Humboldt State University Computing Science
      Department that prepares Native American students for employment
      opportunities in Tribal communities. This includes a summer 2007
      experience for American Indian high school and community college students.

      The Humboldt State University Coalition for American Indians in Computing
      (CAIC) is building a long-term partnership between the tribal communities
      and the HSU Computing Science department. We are actively recruiting
      American Indian students who are interested in computer science (CS) and
      computer information systems (CIS) programs.

      If you are a self-identified Native American student that wants to explore
      the world of computers and high technology then you are eligible to apply.

      Recruitment Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Professional Development Certificate Program in American Indian
      Studies, College of Professional Studies, Humboldt State University
      Contact: Robyn Roberson
      Phone: 707-826-3731
      Email: rsr18@...
      Website: http://www.humboldt.edu/~extended/special/AIE.html

      The College of Professional Studies at Humboldt State University (HSU) is
      offering a five-course, 15-unit Professional Development Certificate
      Program in American Indian Education. HSU is located in Arcata,
      California. AIE 330 is an accredited course offered entirely online.
      Fall 2007 Semester (Aug. 20, 2007 - Dec. 14, 2007), AIE 330-History of
      Indian Education (On-line course).

      Call for Papers Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Vine Deloria, Jr. Indigenous Studies Symposium
      Deadline: June 15, 2007
      Symposium dates: July 26-28, 2007
      Location: Northwest Indian College, Bellingham, WA
      Contact: Steve Pavlik, Symposium Co-coordinator
      4149 E. Waverly Street
      Tucson, AZ 85712
      Telephone: 520-327-0708
      Email: spavlik@...

      The purpose of this symposium is to bring together Native and non-Native
      scholars, elders, and other individuals who are interested honoring the
      life and work of Vine Deloria, Jr. and in discussing and expanding
      knowledge in several areas that Vine was active in. The symposium this
      year will focus on (1) religion and spirituality, (2) traditional
      knowledge and Native science and (3) related environmental issues. The
      symposium itself will be organized as a series of panels that address each
      of these topics. Individual presentations may be formal or informal.
      Abstracts that include a title and brief description are requested only
      for the purpose of organizing the panels. Submit abstracts to Steve

      Call for Papers Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Social Statistics and Ethnic Diversity: Should we count, how should
      we count, and why?
      Deadline: May 1, 2007
      Conference dates: October 6-8, 2007
      Email: a.gagnon@..., victor@..., and simon@...

      International conference organized jointly by the Quebec Inter-University
      Centre for Social Statistics (QICSS, Montréal) and the Institut national
      d'études démographiques (INED, Paris). The main objective of the
      International conference on Social Statistics and Ethnic Diversity: Should
      we count, how should we count and why? Is to establish links between the
      production, analysis, uses and interpretation of social statistics related
      to ethnic diversity. The Conference aims to encourage international
      exchanges in order to document the diversity of situations, namely: the
      experience of countries of immigration (Canada, the United States,
      Australia, etc.); the European experience; the experience of countries of
      the South (Africa, Latin America, Asia, etc.).

      This conference aspires to bring together decision makers, policy
      analysts, community workers, and scholars (including students). Persons
      interested in submitting a paper proposal should send a one-page abstract
      (around 500 words) to the contacts listed above. Presentations can be
      made in French or English. Authors will be notified of acceptance by June
      1, 2007.

      For more information, contact Amélie Gagnon (coordinator) at
      a.gagnon@... or consult the QICSS (www.ciqss.umontreal.ca) or
      INED (www.ined.fr) websites.

      Call for Papers Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Research Symposium, National Indian Education Association Annual
      Deadline: August 3, 2007
      Dates of Symposium: October 25-26, 2007
      Contact: Tim Begaye, Arizona State University
      College of Education, Division of Educational Leadership &
      Policy Studies
      PO Box 872441
      Tempe, AZ 85287-2411

      The National Indian Education Association Research Committee invites
      researchers and scholars to submit proposals on issues related to American
      Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian education. Selected proposals
      will be invited to present at the Research Symposium Thursday, October 25
      and Friday, October 26 from 1-4:30pm each day. This symposium will be
      held during the NIEA annual conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, October 25-28.
      We invite you to share your research and scholarly perspective on
      American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian issues. Papers
      presented may be considered for a special edition of the Journal of
      American Indian Education published by the Center for Indian Education at
      Arizona State University.

      Presentations should be research based with supporting qualitative and/or
      quantitative evidence that informs the findings. Proposals focusing on
      the following topics are especially encouraged: Research with/in American
      Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Communities; Epistemological
      considerations of Indigenous and local knowledge;
      Assessment/testing/measurement issues; Language revitalization and
      immersion, language nests, language survival schools, and language
      restoration programs; Early childhood, elementary education, secondary
      education, and adult education; Early student preparation, recruitment,
      placement, , support, sustainability, and success in higher education â€
      P-20 Education models (Pre-school to Ph.D.); Issues related to No Child
      Left Behind – schools that meet adequate yearly progress (AYP),
      professional development for highly qualified teachers, and recognition of
      cultural practitioners.

      Institute Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Educating Every Child Institute
      Dates of institute: April 30-May 2, 2007
      Location: Town and Country Resort, San Diego, CA
      Contact: Prairie Flower Reuben, Director, National Native American
      Families Together Parent
      121 Sweet Avenue, Suite 121
      Moscow, Idaho 83843
      Toll Free: 1-877-205-7501
      Direct: 208-892-8270
      Fax: 208-892-8260
      Email: prairieflower@...
      Website: www.nativefamilynetwork.com

      National Native American Families Together (NNAFT), a non-profit Parent
      Training and Information Center, will be hosting the Educating Every Child
      Institute (EEC), which will be held April 30 to May 2 in San Diego,
      California. This conference will focus on assisting parents and
      professionals who work with Native children with challenging behaviors. We
      are still accepting proposals for presentations related to Best Practice
      and Research for working with Native American children with a disability,
      specifically a behavioral disability. Presentations will be given on Day
      2 of the conference (May 1). Proposals can be either for one or two
      sessions—sessions are an hour each—and will be chosen to provide EEC
      participants with a variety of innovative techniques and strategies that
      can be used to improve services for children. Presenters must register
      for the conference, but will receive a discount of $100 off the
      registration fee (maximum of three persons discounted per presentation).

      Institute Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Focus on the Future – Preparing Indian Teachers: The Exemplary
      Dates: April 24-27, 2007
      Location: Park Plaza Hotel, Albuquerque, NM
      Contact: Catching the Dream
      8200 Mountain Road, NE, Suite 203
      Albuquerque, NM 87110
      Phone: 505.262.2351
      Fax: 505.262.0534
      Email: CTD4DeanChavers@...
      Website: http://www.catchingthedream.org

      The Exemplary Institute (EI) in the only national training program for
      achieving excellence in Indian schools. The goal of the Institute is to
      develop more exemplary programs in Indian schools. Catching the Dream and
      an Advisory Committee of superintendents and tribal education directors
      sponsor the Exemplary Institute. The chair for 2007 is Dr. Dean Chavers.
      Now in its twelfth year, the EI has trained over 1,000 persons how to
      achieve outstanding results with Native American students. The EI meeting
      is growing rapidly, from 111 in 2001 and 200 in 2006. The estimate for
      the 2007 meeting is over 225 attendants.

      The Institute features a “keynote workshop” style of presentation as well
      as the conventional one-hour and two-hour workshops. Keynote workshops
      allow a national expert to explore an area in depth, to respond to
      questions from the participants, to lead participants in self-exploratory
      exercises, and to promote the exchange of ideas. The theme is Education
      Programs that Work.

      Workshop Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Literacy Counts for American Indian Students
      Dates: April 25-26, 2007
      Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico
      Contact: Alliance for Education and Community Development, Inc.
      9452 Telephone Road, #274
      Ventura, California 93004-2600
      Phone: (805) 861-0010
      Fax: (928) 453-2434
      E-mail: fobeller@...
      Website: www.aecdinc.org

      The Alliance for Education and Community Development, Inc (AECD) provides
      training for those who work with American Indian, Alaska Natives, and
      other diverse student populations. These workshops/seminars consist of
      effective instructional strategies that can be used in various tutorial
      settings, one-on-one, small groups, peer, and total groups. Theses
      training sessions are also geared for persons helping students who are at
      high risk in all academic area. We also provide Child Care instructions
      and strategies that can be used in various Child Care settings, local
      rules and state regulations covering the Child Care programs. Epstein’s
      types of parental involvement will be discussed and reviewed during the
      “Bringing Schools to the Parents Workshop” and assisting parents in
      working in all types of school settings.

      Workshop Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Cross Cultural Medicine Workshop, Association of American Indian
      Dates: April 26-29, 2007
      Location: Marriot Pyramid, Albuquerque, NM
      Contact: Association of American Indian Physicians
      1225 Sovereign Row, Suite 103
      Oklahoma City, OK 73108
      Phone: 405.946.7072
      Fax: 405.946.7651
      Email: mdavis@...

      The Association of American Indian Physicians will conduct a workshop on
      Cross Cultural Medicine designed to provide physicians, medical students,
      faculty, minority program staff, counselors, and other health care
      professionals with a greater understanding of Western and Traditional

      Participants will be able to: identify strategies to improve communication
      between American Indian and Alaska Native patients and health
      professionals; describe current health issues affecting Indian communities
      in both reservation and urban settings; compare and contrast Western and
      Traditional Medicine views of health; and improve understanding of the
      role of
      traditional healers.

      Registration fee is $350.00 per person.

      Program Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Native American Journalism Association (NAJA) Project Phoenix
      Deadline: May 1, 2007
      Contact: NAJA – Project Phoenix
      555 Dakota Street
      Vermillion, SD 57069
      Phone: 605.677.5282
      Fax: 866.694.4264
      Email: convention@...
      Website: http://www.naja.com

      Native youth writers and photographers wanted. Project Phoenix is an
      intensive one-week journalism project involving news writing, photo
      workshop, layout/design, and research through the internet. Project
      Phoenix will provide travel expenses, housing and meals, class materials,
      and computers and cameras. Fifteen Native American high school students
      from across the country will be selected based on an essay and application
      (available on the NAJA website).

      Summit Opportunity Announcement

      Title: National Native American Economic Policy Summit
      Dates: May 15-17, 2007
      Deadline for online registration: May 8, 2007
      Location: Hyatt Regency Hotel, Phoenix, AZ
      Website: http://www.ncai.org/National_Native_American_Econo.228.0.html

      Have you been frustrated by persistent barriers and obstacles to building
      strong tribal economies? Do you have innovative ideas about how to turn
      policies around to work better for your tribe? Come join us for an
      important discussion about the future of tribal economies. The National
      Native American Economic Policy Summit, convened by the Office of Indian
      Energy and Economic Development at the Department of Interior, will give
      tribal leaders and other key players in the Economic Development field the
      opportunity to come together with decision-makers in the Federal
      Government to have frank conversations about breaking down barriers and
      opening up opportunities. We hope you will join us to share your

      Workshop Opportunity Announcement

      Title: NINLHE Institute 2007
      Deadline: May 25, 2007
      Dates: August 5-9, 2007
      Location: Hyatt Regency Resort & Spa, Santa Ana Pueblo, NM
      Contact: Louise Chavez, Program Coordinator/PI
      Office of the Provost & Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
      NINLHE, MSC02 1580, Hokona Hall, #320
      1 University of New Mexico
      Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
      Phone: 505-277-2614
      Fax: 505-277-6085
      Website: http://ninlhe.unm.edu/2007Institute.htm

      Because of limited space, we are accepting the first 50 paid registrants.
      The registration fee is $450. Regardless of PO status and/or other
      paperwork for processing of payment, after 5/25, the registration fee is
      $500. We are not set up to accept credit cards. Please see the website
      for information about the Institute.

      Summit Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Tribal Summit for American Indian/Alaska Native Young Adults (Ages
      14-30) with Disabilities
      Dates: May 30 – June 1, 2007
      Location: Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town, Albuquerque, New Mexico
      Contact: Phillip Roulain, Executive Assistant, National Indian Health
      101 Constitution Avenue
      Suite 8-B02
      Washington, DC 20001
      Phone: 202-742-4262
      Fax: 202-742-4285
      Website: www.nihb.org

      This Summit will provide opportunities for Consumers, their Families and
      Caregivers, Tribal Leaders, Policy/Decision Makers, local, State, Federal
      and other organizations to form partnerships designed to maximize
      resources and services to help build an infrastructure to meet the needs
      of AI/AN Young Adults (Ages 14-30) with Disabilities.

      Workshop Opportunity Announcement

      Title: STEP UP Engineering Camp
      Dates: July 8-14, 2007
      Phone: 928.523.2110
      Email: stepup@... or fonda.swimmer@...
      Website: http://www.nau.edu/stepup

      STEP UP Engineering Camp is a one week residential summer camp dedicated
      to introducing young women in high school to engineering. Campers are
      immersed in a variety of hands-on engineering activities in a small group
      of 25 young women from across the country. Campers learn from NAU
      engineering faculty, students and professional engineers from a range of
      engineering and science disciplines. The week culminates in a showcase
      of innovative team designs that tackle the week-long design challenge.

      We welcome all young women who will be entering the 10th, 11th or 12th
      grade in fall 2007 and have an interest in math, science or engineering
      (must be a U.S. citizen). We especially encourage young women from
      minority populations and those would be the first in their family to go to
      college. The camp registration fee is $100 (scholarships are available).
      We encourage interested applicants to apply early. For more
      information and application, go to the website.

      Conference Opportunity Announcement
      Title: Eighth Annual “For All My Relations” Conference
      Dates: July 12 – 14, 2007
      Location: Hyatt Regency Orange County near Disneyland Resort, Garden
      Grove, CA
      Contact: David Sedeno/ Monique Larre, National Indian Justice Center
      5250 Aero Drive
      Santa Rosa CA 95403
      Phone: 707-579-5507
      Email: davidsedeno@...
      Website: www.nijc.org

      We invite you join us in continuing our efforts to provide resources for
      Indian families. For this year’s conference we will focus on topics that
      support and enhance family, community and culture. In these times of great
      challenge, Native Americans must focus on the welfare of Indian families,
      the health of tribal communities and the preservation of Native cultures.
      The needs of Indian families must be identified and addressed. It is time
      we reconnect with traditional ways of coming together to support and care
      for Indian families, communities and cultures. This conference will have
      many workshops addressing issues that are affecting Native Americans
      today. Workshops will consist of ICWA, Foster Care, Dealing with Crimes
      that Impact the Family, Tribal Courts, Transportation issues, Cultural
      Preservation, FAS awareness are just a few of the workshops being
      offered—including several youth workshops. The conference will also have a
      College Day, which will allow for the children to meet with many college
      and university representatives and ask questions about pursuing college.
      For more information please contact David Sedeno or Monique Larre.

      Institute Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Summer Institute in Cardiovascular Genetic Epidemiology, Washington
      University, St. Louis, School of Medicine
      Dates: July 30-August 18, 2007
      Contact: SIPID GE Program Administrator, Washington University in St.
      Louis School of
      Medicine, Division of Biostatistics
      Campus Box 8067, 660 S. Euclid
      St. Louis, MO 63110
      Email: sipidge@...
      Website: www.biostat.wustl.edu

      Washington University in St. Louis, School of Medicine, now offers an
      all-expense-paid summer institute in cardiovascular genetic epidemiology,
      sponsored by the NHLBI for the purpose of increasing diversity in the
      biomedical research workforce. Junior faculty from Under Represented
      Minority population groups and faculty with disabilities qualify for this

      The summer institute is designed to prepare the participants to work at
      the interface of genetic epidemiology, bioinformatics, and cardiovascular
      disease. The program includes: Two 3-week summer sessions, beginning with
      July 30-Aug 18, 2007. Didactic courses in Fundamentals of Genetic
      Epidemiology and Bioinformatics (tuition-free); Brief mid-year meeting for
      all participants with their mentors; Workshops and lectures on
      cardiovascular epidemiology Workshops in grants-writing; Excellent
      opportunity to develop research skills necessary for genetic dissection of
      cardiovascular disease and risk factors; Opportunity to develop a network
      of collaborators and resources to conduct research in the genetic
      epidemiology of cardiovascular disease and risk factors.

      Conference Opportunity Announcement

      Title: 47th Annual Western History Association
      Conference Date(s): October 3-6, 2007
      Contact: Professor Melissa L. Meyer
      Departments of History & American Indian Studies
      6265 Bunche Hall
      University of California, Los Angeles
      Los Angeles, CA 90095-1473
      Website: http://www.umsl.edu/~wha/conf/2007/07cfp.doc

      The theme of the 47th Annual Conference is “Crossroads of the West:
      Meetings and Exchanges, Old and New.” Senior scholars who have agreed to
      engage with junior scholars’ papers are Tsianina Lomawaima of the
      University of Arizona, Philip Deloria of the University of Michigan and
      Donald Fixico of Arizona State University.

      Conference Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Tribal College Forum VI: “Climate Change and its potential impacts
      on Indian Country”
      Dates: September 5-7, 2007
      Location: United Tribes Technical College, Bismarck, ND
      Contact: Dr. Bull Bennett, NativeView, Inc. Executive Director
      Phone: (701) 223-4100
      Email: bbennett@...

      The Forum will provide a valuable networking environment for Native
      peoples, Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCU), and industry and
      interagency professionals who will help us make our nations strong into
      the 21st century. Participants will engage with Tribal leaders, TCU
      Presidents, Inter Agency professionals and private industry to define and
      address the impacts of climate change on Indian Country, the United
      States, and the world. Participants will also develop relationships with
      colleagues from around the country, share successful experiences, and
      develop a deeper understanding of NativeView, Inc. and its vision for
      strengthening tribal education and employment.

      Summer Internship Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Summer Intern, Native American Bank
      Contact: Deb Sankey, Human Resources Director, Native American Bank, NA
      999 18th Street, Suite 2460
      Denver, CO 80202
      Phone: 720.963.5525
      Email: jobs@...
      Website: http://www.nabna.com

      Native American Bank has an immediate opening for a Summer Intern in
      Denver, Colorado. This position will assist the President and CEO and
      other department managers in the training areas of administration,
      commercial underwriting, lending, credit administration, operations, and
      finance. Applicants must be college juniors majoring in business. Start
      date is June 4 and end date in August 31. Compensation is $2350 per

      Summer Internship Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Summer Intern, Indian Land Tenure Foundation
      Deadline: April 30, 2007
      Contact: Howard D. Valandra, Vice President Grants and Programs
      151 East County Road B2
      Little Canada, MN 55117
      Phone: (651)766-8999
      Fax: (651)766-0012
      Email: hvalandra@...
      Website: http://www.indianlandtenure.org

      The Indian Land Tenure Foundation (ILTF) is looking to hire current
      undergraduate or graduate students as interns for the summer of 2007. The
      internships are full time positions over the course of 10 – 12 weeks (400
      hours) beginning on June 4, 2007. Salaries will be commensurate with
      experience and qualifications. ILTF’s mission is to ensure that "land
      within the original boundaries of every reservation and other areas of
      high significance where tribes retain aboriginal interest are in Indian
      ownership and management." Three potential focus areas for interns this
      summer are: Conduct research, provide documentation and provide access to
      existing baseline information on tribal lands for Tribal decision makers
      and Tribal members who are interested in management of their own land;
      Participate in the development and implementation of evaluation strategies
      for ILTF grant making process and for specific program areas such as
      curriculum implementation, internship programs and etc.; Participate in
      development and implementation of communications strategies for ILTF
      programs and development. Applicant/student must demonstrate professional
      communication and writing skills appropriate for a nonprofit business
      environment. Background knowledge on Indian land history is not required,
      but a desire to understand the historic relations between tribes and
      governments is critical. Please submit letter of interest and resume to
      Howard Valandra.

      Summer Internship Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Internship, E-One Caribbean Diaspora Youth NGOs Alliance
      Contact: Honorable Norris Prevost, Member of Parliament. Dominica
      Phone: 857-928-1314
      Email: norris_prevost@...

      E-OneCaribbean Diaspora Youth NGOs Alliance has openings for 4-6 interns
      this summer. E-One will provide supervision, assistance in finding
      affordable housing, and ensure that your internship is an enjoyable and
      fulfilling learning experience, where you will also be helping to make a
      difference in the lives of Caribbean people and the Native Kalinago People
      of Dominica who have been very adversely affected by the decline in their
      Agriculture, as a result of Globalization and the new WTO Trade rules.
      Since at this time E-OneCaribbean does not have the funding in place to
      pay the interns, you will need to apply for your own funding.

      E-One Caribbean Community Foundation is a non profit umbrella organization
      that links non-government organizations (NGOs) in the Caribbean with
      intellectual, financial and human resources of the Diaspora. E-One does
      this by using internet technology to create and profile a membership
      database, organizing a global volunteer corps, for in-country
      volunteering, and virtual volunteer consulting, and establishing a
      community development fund to support capacity building among NGOs in
      both Caribbean and Diaspora. In this way E-One will reduce poverty among
      Caribbean people, by making the social service sector efficient,
      innovative and world-class; while strengthening ties among peoples and
      communities, at home and abroad.

      Internship Opportunity Announcement

      Title: U.S. Department of Justice Environment and Natural Resources
      Division Law and Policy Section
      Deadlines: Fall internships (August/September through December, dates
      flexible) - June 1, 2007
      Winter internships (January through March/April, dates flexible) -
      October 15, 2006.
      Contact: Andrea Armstrong, Environment and Natural Resources Division Law
      & Policy Section
      P.O. Box
      4390 Ben Franklin Station
      Washington, DC 20044-4390
      Phone: (202) 514-4231

      The Law and Policy Section (LPS) advises and assists the Assistant
      Attorney General on legal and policy issues. Working with the Office of
      Legislative Affairs, LPS coordinates the Environment and Natural Resources
      Division's legislative program. LPS also represents the
      Department of Justice on interagency groups of a variety of issues that
      relate to the mission of the Division. LPS also litigates amicus cases
      and undertakes other specially assigned litigation projects at the trial
      and appellate levels. Other duties include monitoring citizen suits;
      responding to citizen mail, congressional, and FOIA requests; and serving
      as the Division's ethics officers. LPS attorneys also coordinate the
      Division's activities on international environmental matters and
      environmental justice matters.

      Duties of the unpaid undergraduate intern position include: attending
      congressional hearings and reporting on environmental legislation;
      researching legal and policy issues; and providing support for the
      section's amicus litigation. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, pass a
      mandatory drug test, and be willing to commit for a period of at least ten

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Teaching Position, Native American Community Academy (NACA)
      Deadline: April 30, 2007
      Contact: Kara Bobroff, Principal
      Email: kbobroff@...

      The Native American Community Academy (NACA) is a new public charter
      school in Albuquerque, New Mexico for 6th to 12th grade students, located
      at 1100 Cardenas SE, in the heart of the Southeast Heights. The school’s
      underlying philosophy will be to nurture relationships and integrate
      Native perspectives to connect students and their cultures. We will
      prepare our students to grow from adolescence to adulthood and begin
      strengthening communities by developing strong leaders -- who will be
      prepared to embrace their future and sustain their identities, culture and

      NACA Teaching Positions: Grades 6-8th for the 2007-2008 School Year: Math
      (Integrated Approach)/Science (Integrated Approach); Social
      Studies/Humanities (Early Civilizations, NM History, US History); Language
      Arts/Reading Native American Literature; Navajo Language and Culture.

      Tribal Service Corps/VISTA for 2007-2008: UNM or CNM Work Study Positions:
      Tribal Service Corps (15 Out-of-School Americore Positions: Work Study
      Eligible through University of New Mexico and New Mexico Community

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Assistant Director, Indigenous People’s Law and Policy (IPLP)
      Program, James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona - Tucson
      Contact: Chair, IPLP Assistant Director Search Committee, The University
      of Arizona
      James E. Rogers College of Law
      P.O. Box 210176
      Tucson, AZ 85721-0176
      Website: http://www.uacareertrack.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=185905

      The James E. Rogers College of Law invites applications for the position
      of Assistant Director of the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy (IPLP)
      Program. The newly created position is a full-time, benefits-eligible,
      professional appointment supported by grant funding. The initial
      appointment will be for one year with the possibility of renewal
      contingent upon the individual's performance in the initial year and upon
      the availability of funding for additional appointments. The position
      will remain open until filled.

      The broad purpose of this position is to provide support to the Director
      of the IPLP academic program in all aspects of the Program's work, with a
      particular focus on the areas of L.L.M. and S.J.D. recruitment,
      admissions, counseling, clinical and placement programs; IPLP program
      operations, development, contract and grant administration, outreach and
      communications, website development and marketing, and native nation
      building initiatives; and program liaison functions with other University
      units, tribal communities, clinic clients, and others.

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Graduate Education Program Facilitator American Indian Studies (Job
      # 37742)
      Deadline: April 27, 2007
      Contact: K. Tsianina Lomawaima, Head, American Indian Studies, The
      University of Arizona
      P.O. Box 210076, Harvill room 218
      Tucson, AZ 85721
      Website: http://www.hr.arizona.edu/

      AIS seeks qualified applicants for a year-to-year professional appointment
      to provide leadership and advising for graduate education, and to
      coordinate all activities associated with the recruitment, retention, and
      graduation of M.A., M.A./J.D., and Ph.D. students in our Graduate
      Interdisciplinary Program. Date to begin: May 21, 2007.

      Duties & Responsibilities: Plan and oversee advertising of degree
      programs, and recruitment, admissions process, and orientation of new
      students; Advise continuing graduate students; track progress toward
      degree; provide evaluations and statistics to program on student progress
      relative to peer programs/institutions; Maintain accurate, complete and
      up-to-date student files/database; Supervise main office staff; Plan and
      keep records for all aspects of curricular process—including teaching
      calendar, class schedules, room & course scheduling, and course changes;
      work with Curriculum Committee; Support work of program and faculty, e.g.
      assist with faculty meetings and assigned committees; Plan, oversee, and
      keep records for GTA assignments and performance evaluations.

      To apply, please submit an on-line application, referencing job number
      37742, on the website. Also, please submit a cover letter, resume, and
      the names and contact information for three references to K. Tsianina

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Research Analyst, Native Nations Institute
      Deadline: May 7, 2007
      Contact: Rachel Rose Starks, MA, Research Analyst and Research Coordinator
      Native Nations Institute, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy
      803 E. First Street
      Tucson, AZ 85719
      Phone: (520)626-5756
      Fax: (520)626-3664
      Website: http://www.uacareertrack.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=187299

      The Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy (NNI)
      within the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy seeks candidates for
      a one-year appointment to the position of Research Analyst. In
      consultation with NNI's Director and Associate Director for Research and
      other NNI research staff, the Research Analyst will participate in
      designated research activities of NNI. NNI was approved by the Arizona
      Board of Regents in January 2001 with the express purpose of serving as a
      self-determination, development, and self-governance resource to
      Indigenous nations in the United States, Canada, and elsewhere by
      providing leadership and management programs, policy analysis and
      research, and strategic and organizational analysis for Native nations.

      Participates in and conducts primary and secondary research on economic
      and community development among Indigenous nations in the United States
      and elsewhere. Typical areas of research are: Indigenous governance,
      policy issues facing Indigenous leaders, and federal American Indian
      policy and its impacts on American Indian nations. For this appointment,
      the research will focus on citizenship and membership in Native nations,
      per capita policy, and private property rights, among other topics, with
      the goal of producing several "NNI policy briefs."

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) Position Openings
      Website: http://www.ncai.org or http://www.ncaiprc.org

      About National Congress of American Indians - The NCAI was founded in 1944
      in response to termination and assimilation policies that the United
      States forced upon the tribal governments in contradiction of their treaty
      rights and status as sovereigns. NCAI stressed the need for unity and
      cooperation among tribal governments for the protection of their treaty
      and sovereign rights. Since 1944, the National Congress of American
      Indians has been working to inform the public and Congress on the
      governmental rights of American Indians and Alaska Natives.

      POSITION: Policy Analyst for Health and Education Policy
      The National Congress of American Indians has an opening for a Legislative
      Associate position in our Washington, DC office. This person will be
      responsible for NCAI's health and education policy issues and will be the
      primary contact at NCAI for tribal leadership, federal officials, and
      congressional offices on tribal health and education issues Primary
      responsibilities will include: assisting in development of policy;
      monitoring and analyzing congressional legislation related to health and
      educational policies that impact Indian people; providing grassroots
      education on national health and education policies; drafting
      congressional testimony; advising tribal leaders about health and
      education policy; conducting independent research projects, including
      legislative reports, and issue analyses; collaborating with, as necessary,
      the respective Administrative Departments and Agencies in convening tribal
      consultations. This position also requires serving as the manager of a
      health-related grant program and providing staff support for various
      tribal technical advisory groups. For more information, call/email
      Jennifer Rackliff at (202) 466-7767 or jrackliff@....

      POSITION: Webmaster
      The National Congress of American Indians has an opening for a Web
      Developer/IT Support specialist in our Washington, DC office who will,
      under direction of the Executive Director and Communications Department;
      develop, implement, program and manage web based applications; provide
      technical support and assistance to organization staff in regard to web
      site usage, content, development and regular posting and IT support. For
      more information, call/email Adam McMullin at (202) 466-7767 or

      POSITION: Capacity Building Program Manager
      The National Congress of American Indians is searching for a full-time
      Capacity-Building Program Manager to manage a newly-launched research
      capacity-building program targeting tribal communities and tribal
      organizations, Native college/graduate students, and Native and non-Native
      scholars. This is an exciting opportunity to work closely with tribes and
      researchers to build the capacity for tribes and tribal organizations to
      conduct their own data collection, program evaluations, and research. This
      job also involves building the capacity of scholars to work in partnership
      with tribal communities in a culturally appropriate way, acknowledging the
      authority of tribal governments, and honoring communities' research
      questions and desire for research results with practical implications for
      their work and policymaking. Applicants should have an interest in
      research, curriculum development and field testing, and community
      development as well as an interest in American Indian/Alaska Native
      affairs and a good work ethic. For more information, call/email NCAI at
      (202) 466-7767 or ncai@....

      POSITION: Fellowships and Internships
      The National Congress of American Indians is continuously seeking recently
      graduated or current students' applications for Fellowship and Internship
      opportunities. This is a unique opportunity for young leaders from
      throughout Indian Country to be on the front lines of legislative action
      and policy development. The NCAI intern and fellowship program will
      include legislative, development, administrative, and grassroots outreach
      elements. Each intern or fellow will participate in one of the legislative
      issue teams - specific duties for each intern or fellow will vary,
      depending on the nature of the legislative issues being addressed, the
      experience each brings to the position, and the individual working style
      of the legislative team. For more information, call/email Heather
      Thompson at (202) 466-7767 or hthompson@....

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Director of Native American Cultural Center, Purdue University

      The Director will be involved in recruitment of Native Students and
      development of programs for retention of Native Students in graduate
      programs at Purdue University. Recruitment of Native Students will
      involve direct contact of prospective students through phone calls during
      visits to campus and trips to student's home or institutional location.
      The Director will also attend annual meetings of SACNAS and AISES to
      promote the program and meet with potential students. Retention programs
      will include development of mentoring programs, development of campus
      cultural activities, maintaining a website and supervision of the Native
      American Cultural Center. Some overnight travel will be necessary to visit
      prospective students and on recruiting trips to various educational
      institutions throughout the eastern United States.
      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Director of Public Education, American Indian College Fund
      Website: http://www.collegefund.org/about/employment.html

      The Director of Public Education works with the organization's
      leadership team to devise and implement a public education strategy for
      the Fund. The position requires extensive communications with staff,
      board members, tribal colleges, media and the general public. Controller
      Direct the financial affairs of the organization and prepare financial
      analyses of operations. Work with the management team to create financial
      policies and annual budgets. Responsible for developing the organization's
      financial procedures and directs their implementation, its relationships
      with investment consultants and financial institutions, the maintenance of
      its fiscal records, monitoring budgets, and the preparation of financial

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Admissions Officer, Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Columbia
      Contact: Elizabeth A. Pili, Senior Assistant Director of Admissions
      Director of Multicultural Recruitment
      Columbia University in the City of New York
      Phone: 212-854-2522

      Under the guidance of senior members of the Office of Undergraduate
      Admissions, the Admissions Officer is responsible for the daily management
      of a geographic region to recruit, evaluate and enroll an academically
      accomplished and diverse student body to Columbia College and The Fu
      Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. The officer is
      responsible for the day-to-day communication with students, parents,
      secondary school officials and alumni. The officer will be responsible
      for evaluating approximately 1,100 applications per recruitment cycle;
      responsibilities include all calls, correspondence, visitations,
      admissions recommendations and alumni contact; makes critical judgments,
      presents arguments recommending admissions decisions to the Admissions
      Committee; counsels candidates and their parents on admissions and
      curricular choices.

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Executive Director, American Indian Health and Family Services of
      Southeastern Michigan Inc. (AIHFS), Urban Indian Health Agency
      Deadline: April 30, 2007
      Email: aihfsedsearch@...

      The responsibilities for this position are fiscal management, recruitment
      and training of advocates, supervision of personnel, program supervision,
      and public relations. A Bachelor’s Degree, and two years of related
      experience is required. Experience with management, grant writing and
      Native American cultures is highly preferred.

      American Indian Health and Family Services is a non-profit health center
      serving the Native American community of Southeastern Michigan. The
      primary focus of AIHFS is based on a clinical prevention model that
      provides our clients with an experience in health promotion, wellness and
      individual responsibility. The center provides medical and dental referral
      services, nutritional counseling, substance abuse counseling, mental
      health counseling, HIV/AIDS counseling and testing, youth programs, health
      promotion and environmental health education. We also provide health
      education and screenings at various sites, including Native American
      gatherings, powwows, conferences, classrooms, health fairs and in the
      general public.

      Native American/American Indian preference in hiring will be applied as
      defined in title 25 USC44-46 and 474.

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Executive Director, National Native American AIDS Prevention Center
      Contact: Kerry D. Bird, Interim Executive Director
      National Native American AIDS Prevention Center
      1600 Broadway, Suite 2400
      Denver, CO 80202
      Phone: (303)542-2047
      Email: kbird@...
      Website: http://www.nnaapc.org

      The National Native American AIDS Prevention Center (NNAAPC), a national
      nonprofit located in Denver, Colorado, is seeking an Executive Director.
      Incorporated in 1988, the mission of NNAAPC is to address the impact of
      HIV/AIDS on American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians through
      culturally appropriate advocacy, research, education, and policy
      development in support of healthy Indigenous people.

      Responsibilities of the Executive Director are to provide leadership and
      guidance for the organization; manage and direct all operations, programs
      and activities; day to day management activities; fund raise through grant
      applications, solicitation of private donations and special activities;
      represent the organization’s mission to agencies, stakeholders and the
      general public; maintain a working knowledge of significant developments
      and trends in the field of HIV/AIDS and other related diseases which
      affect American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians.

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Counselor, Counseling and Human Development (CHD), Dartmouth
      College (Job# 1001068)
      Contact: Heather Earle, Ph.D., Associate Director, Counseling and Human
      Dartmouth College
      7 Rope Ferry Rd
      Hanover, NH 03755
      Phone: (603) 646-9442
      Email: heather.a.earle@...
      Website: http://jobs.dartmouth.edu

      Counseling and Human Development (CHD) is seeking a clinician with
      established clinical and outreach experience. Responsibilities include
      providing individual and group counseling to undergraduate and graduate
      students, designing and implementing campus wide educational programs
      promoting psychological well-being, and providing crisis and emergency
      services including on-call coverage.

      CHD is the main department for psychological services at Dartmouth College
      and is housed within Dartmouth College Health Service, under the
      leadership of the Dean of the College. We are a multidisciplinary team of
      clinical social workers, psychologists and psychiatrists who provide
      services to Dartmouth undergraduate and graduate students.

      Summer Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Counselor, San Manuel Summer Academy for Tribal Children
      Dates of Academy: June 25-August 3, 2007
      Email: kvaughn@...

      The San Manuel Learning Resource Center will host a Summer Academy for San
      Manuel tribal students ages 4-16. The San Manuel Summer Academy is a
      six-week enrichment program designed to meet the cultural and scholastic
      needs of San Manuel Tribal students. Students participate in activities
      that will create and foster an understanding of issues affecting their
      culture, nationhood and sovereignty. Through holistic, personal and
      leadership development exercises, the San Manuel Summer Academy prepares
      San Manuel youth to be informed members of their Tribal Nation.

      Summer Academy Counselors will perform hands-on activities/lesson plans
      with San Manuel Tribal Students. Summer Academy Counselors will help
      organize and implement various scholastic, experiential, cultural and
      leadership activities. Counselors will act as mentors, while supporting
      and guiding Tribal students through the Academy program.

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Environmental Programs Assistant and Cultural Resources
      Coordinator, Rincon Luiseno Band of Indians
      Phone: 760.801.4932
      Email: epa@...

      We are looking for graduates and students from Environmental Studies
      Majors, Native American Studies Majors, and all related fields. The
      Rincon Tribal Environmental Department is looking for motivated candidates
      that can fill these positions. Years of work experience can substitute
      for college experience. Flexible schedules will be given for students.
      Contact us today for an exciting experience and career.

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Americorps VISTA Position, Crow Nation Legal Department
      Email: rburrage@...
      Website: http://www.mlsavista.org

      We are currently hiring for an Americorps *VISTA position that will be for
      one year starting in July 2007 in Crow Agency, Montana. The VISTA member
      will assist in developing a model of Individual Legal Services that draws
      on traditional values of mediation and conflict resolution. The point of
      this type of legal aide program is not just to provide direct service, but
      to work with individuals to empower them in solving their problems. This
      may include self-help projects and educational programs that are specific
      to the reservation in order to help individuals understand their rights.
      It will also include developing tribal member mediation services.

      Americorps*VISTA Benefits: $4,725 educational award OR $1,200
      end-of-service stipend; Monthly Living Stipend (approx. $800); Health
      coverage & relocation allowance; $300/month per-child childcare
      assistance; Student loan forbearance/deferment; Non-competitive
      eligibility for Federal Civil Service (meaning that you don't have to
      compete with the general public for a federal civil service job.) The
      educational award can be used for graduate school or repayment of loans,
      and some schools will double this award.

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Native Arts Program Coordinator
      Contact: Lauren Johnston
      Phone: 617-951-0010 x 528
      Email: ljohnston@...
      Website: www.nefa.org

      The New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) seeks a full-time Program
      Coordinator to help develop and implement two new programs – one regional,
      one national – to provide support to Native American artists through grant
      making and network development. NEFA is committed to hiring individuals
      who reflect the diversity of the communities it serves and believes that
      Native leadership will be critical to the success of these programs.

      Program Objectives
      The Native Arts Programs Coordinator will play a frontline role in
      building and maintaining relationships within and across Native
      communities as a platform for implementing the following program
      objectives that were identified as priorities by Native American artists
      through the New England planning initiative:

      1. Identify and build a communications network among Native artists in New
      England, coordinating with other organizations nationally to develop a
      national database and potential Native artists’ directory;

      2. Convene Native artists and community leaders for gatherings, workshops,
      and other opportunities to share knowledge and artistry;

      3. Develop a pilot grants program to address needs identified by Native
      artists and to provide assistance for Native artists/organizations in
      applying for grant support.

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Director, Division of Intramural Research (DIR)
      Contact: Dr. Ebony Bookman
      National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
      P.O. Box 12233, Maildrop B2-01
      Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
      Phone: 919-541-3201
      Email: bookmane@...

      The National Institute of Environment Health Sciences of the National
      Institutes of Health is seeking an exceptional candidate to fill the
      position of Director of Divisions of Intramural Research (DIR). The
      incumbent of the position will direct laboratory and clinical research
      through 16 laboratories and branches with approximately 480 employees and
      270 trainers. Using the interdisciplinary biomedical research approach,
      the mission of the DIR is to contribute to the basic understanding of
      biological and chemical processes, understanding of the contributions of
      environmental agents to human disease and dysfunction and to the
      underlying mechanisms of environmentally associated diseases. The
      director of the DIR also serves as principal advisor to the Institute
      Director on scientific affairs involving interdisciplinary biomedical
      research programs; develops and recommends policies for the execution of
      research programs; determines effectiveness of current programs and
      develops new and revised programs to meet national environmental health

      Interested persons should send a curriculum vitae to: Ms. Stephanie Jones
      (DIR-07-01), National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, P.O. Box
      12233, Maildrop NH-01, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709. Phone:
      919-541-7913; Email: jones17@....

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Superintendent of Schools, Pueblo of Laguna
      Contact: Pueblo of Laguna
      Department of Education
      P.O. Box 207
      Laguna, New Mexico, 87026
      Phone: 505-552-6008

      The Superintendent is the chief executive officer of the Pueblo of Laguna
      Department of Education and has, under the direction of the Board of
      Education, general supervision of all LDoE divisions, programs and
      schools, and of the collective personnel of the LDoE. The Superintendent
      is responsible for the success of the Department of Education under the
      Board policies, and is accountable to the Laguna Board of Education.

      The Superintendent acts as a spokesperson for the Pueblo of Laguna
      Department of Education with the media, advocacy groups, service providers
      and the community at large. The Superintendent, at his/her discretion,
      may delegate to other department personnel, the exercise of any powers and
      the discharge of any duties imposed upon the Superintendent by LDoE
      policies or by vote of the Board. The delegation of power of duty,
      however, shall not relieve the Superintendent of responsibility for the
      action taken under such delegation.

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Technology Coordinator, Native American Public Telecommunications
      Website: www.nativetelecom.org/ff.html and http://employment.unl.edu

      Responsible for all aspects of technology needs for NAPT including
      monitoring and maintaining organization's four websites. Responsible for
      the updates and archives of media available through the Internet, provides
      frontline support for all NAPT computers and servers, design and
      disseminate email newsletter communications, maintain and monitor
      listserves, initiate technology planning, provide graphic design support
      as needed.

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Head Start Health Specialist, Academy for Educational Development
      Contact: 1825 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20009
      Fax: (202) 884-8413
      Email: employ@...
      Website: http://www.aed.org

      Are you ready for a new and challenging position? Do you want to be part
      of an amazing organization that is making changes in American Indian
      children’s lives? If so, the Academy for Educational Development (AED)’s
      Center for Early Care and Education - Region 11 American Indian Head Start
      Training and Technical Assistance Support System is currently looking for
      a Head Start Health Specialist.

      The American Indian Technical Assistance Network provides comprehensive,
      and culturally appropriate technical assistance to American Indian Head
      Start programs throughout the country. AI-TAN is committed to serving the
      individual needs of each American Indian Head Start/Early Head Start

      Position Summary: The Health Specialist serves as a resource to Head Start
      Program Branch staff and grantees in all areas of health services,
      including mental health, nutrition, dental, and health promotion
      activities. The health specialist supports health services in Region 11
      American Indian Head Start Training and Technical Assistance working with
      other specialists, and assists in bringing more health resources to
      grantees with federal, state, and local health institutions and agencies.

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Program Director, Youth and Education, W.K. Kellogg Foundation
      Location: Battle Creek, MI
      Contact: The Hollins Group, Inc.
      225 West Wacker Drive, Suite 1575
      Chicago, IL 60606-1274
      Phone: 770.420.9506
      Email: ctaylor@...

      Serving as a convener, collaborator, and catalyst, the Program Director is
      responsible for leadership and vision in program conceptualization,
      design, planning, management, coordination, communication, evaluation,
      policy and learning from programming efforts working in teams and in
      partnership with others. He/She is expected to contribute to overall
      strategic direction for the organization, his/her assigned core
      programming area, and other programming efforts. Master’s degree

      The Program Director will be a key member of the Youth and Education
      management team. He/She will be instrumental as the group focuses on
      grant-making that supports new ideas about engaging children and youth in
      learning, as well as new ways to bring together community-based systems
      that promote learning.

      Position Opportunity Announcement

      Title: Senior Investigator in Bioinformatics, Biostatistics Branch,
      Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health,
      National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Research Triangle
      Park, North Carolina
      Deadline: June 15, 2007
      Contact: Ms. Barbara Curtis (DIR07-03), National Institutes of Health
      National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
      P.O. Box 12233, Mail drop A2-06
      111 Alexander Drive, Room A235
      Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
      E-mail: dir-appls@...
      Website: http://www.niehs.nih.gov

      The NIEHS in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, is seeking a senior
      investigator in Bioinformatics/Computational Biology to assume
      directorship of a Bioinformatics Group in the Biostatistics Branch,
      Environmental Diseases and Medicine Program, Division of Intramural
      Research. NIEHS is one of the National Institutes of Health. The
      incumbent will develop and direct a strong research group to carry out
      independent and collaborative research in the general area of
      bioinformatics and computational biology, particularly as related to
      biological networks, analysis of high-dimensional data, proteomics,
      comparative and functional genomics, gene expression, and epigenetics.
      This work will provide a bioinformatic infrastructure and innovative data
      mining approaches to advance intramural research aimed at understanding
      biological responses to environmental stressors, in the context of cell
      biology, animal experimentation, clinical research and epidemiology.

      Applications from women and members of minority groups are particularly

      Scholarship Opportunity Announcement

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