Tribal leaders to HSU: Reach out to native communities
- ARCATA -- Representatives of tribes from Smith River to Loleta shared similar sentiments Friday on how Humboldt State University can attract native students: Visit and interact with native communities, maintain campus programs for native students and develop an action plan.
At one point in the afternoon session, Greg Masten of the Hoopa Tribe suggested the university consider establishing a major that would prepare HSU graduates for the intricacies of tribal administration.
The 2007 Northern California Tribal Leaders Education Summit Friday afternoon provided an opportunity for tribal representatives to share their opinions and offer advice to HSU administrators, including President Rollin Richmond.
The feedback came in the form of four questions presented to the tribal leaders, with each given an opportunity to respond.
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