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NAS 393A Reclaiming Native Narrative flier fall 2022NAS 393B No Word for Art flier fall 2022NAS 393C Boarding School Legacies fall 2022 course flierNAS 393D Indigenous FIlmFilmmakers fall 2022 course flierNAS 200 Intro to NAS fall 2022 course flier

The skill sets developed in Native American Studies courses allow students to gain knowledge in a specialized area and complement their undergraduate degrees.

WVU Native American Studies minors have applied their NAS education in a variety of successful professional roles, serving as educators, artists, researchers, interpreters at historical sites, engineers, legal consultants, in health care, and so on. NAS alumni are encouraged to remain in contact with the Program and receive announcements invitations of special events. (below) NAS minors posed for a photo with 2016 Elder-in-Residence Ada Deer (Menominee) following her public lecture, “From Reservation Cabin to the Corridors of Power: Changing our World from Within.”

Ada Deer