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American Indian StudiesEastern's American Indian Studies Program is designed to explore the past, present and future of American Indians through studies in their history, literature, research and culture.
EWU Longhouse MS-21EC
Cheney, WA 99004
Native American Student Association
NASA is an Eastern Washington University student organization advised by the staff of the American Indian Studies Program. NASA is comprised of over 50 active Native and non-Native American EWU students committed to supporting the Native American community. We work together to support Native American students in their education as well as in their college environment and encourage members, and students to be involved in leadership, social, educational, and recreational events. In that, our focus is to teach students skills that will benefit them in their education and future careers.
NASA meets at the American Indian Education Center, also known as the "Longhouse." This building is located on the EWU campus at 2 Indian Education Center, which is on the corner of Fifth and C streets in Cheney. This building has a study area with available computers; and space for meetings, activities, and socializing.
President: Denise Jackson, Colville/S'Klallam Tribe
Vice President: Cola Boyer,
Secretary: Lanique Bell,
Treasurer: Jessica Vigil,
Community Outreach: Kathy Bell,
Sargeant at Arms: Sage Sonneck, Nez Perce/Flathead/Colville Tribe
Advisor/American Indian Studies Staff: Kathleen Warren, Dine
Advisor/American Indian Studies Staff: Nicole Devon, Mascalero Apache
Phone: (509) 359-6660
Fax: (509) 359-4974