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Thu, October 26 2017 - 11:45 am

104 Life Sciences East

Come enjoy a free luncheon with us! Stop by on your way to class or pull up a seat and stay awhile.

Thu, October 19 2017 - 11:45 am

104 Life Sciences East

Come enjoy a free luncheon with us! Stop by on your way to class or pull up a seat and stay awhile.

Wed, October 18 2017 - 12:00 pm

Student Union, Sequoyah Room

Dale Jackson, Executive Director of Natural Resources at the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, will speak about how tribal nations exercise their sovereignty through management of their natural resources. Admittance allowed only for those who register by October 16th. Registration for this event is now closed.

Tue, October 17 2017 - 6:30 pm

Griffith Center

Interest Meeting:  Pumpkin Carving

Tue, October 17 2017 - 3:00 pm

Edmon Low Library

Learn the keys to successful interviewing. Topics that will be covered with include how you can best prepare, what employers are looking for in a candidate, how to prepare to make a strong first impression, and other ways to set yourself apart from the competition.  Must be a graduate student to attend this workshop series. Register Here

Thu, October 12 2017 - 7:30 pm

280 Student Union (Sequoyah Room)

Thu, October 12 2017 - 6:30 pm

SU 270

The Native American Student Association will be hosting a general meeting on October 12th from 6:30pm - 8:00pm in the Student Union Room 270.

Thu, October 12 2017 - 11:45 am

104 Life Sciences East

Come enjoy a free luncheon with us! Stop by on your way to class or pull up a seat and stay awhile.

Wed, October 11 2017 - 5:30 pm

OSU Life Sciences East Lawn

Come enjoy a social stickball game, hosted by Alpha Pi Omega & Phi Sigma Nu!   

Mon, October 09 2017 - 12:00 pm

Life Sciences East Lawn

In Spring 2017, OSU Student Government Association (SGA) passed a resolution that Monday, October 9th would be recognized as Indigenous Peoples Day on campus. To celebrate this occasion, the Native American Student Association (NASA) invites you to help us set a record. With support from Arts and Sciences Student Council, American Indian Studies (AMIS), the Center for Sovereign Nations (CSN), Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA), Student Affairs, and Student Government Association (SGA), we will join together to try to set the record for recreating the largest tribal jurisdiction/state of Oklahoma map. You can help us by joining us on the Life Sciences East Lawn on Monday, October the 9th at Noon. If you think of the map as a huge puzzle, we need 100 people to help us by each lifting up a poster board “piece” of the puzzle. This will be a great way to illustrate that Oklahoma is home to 38 federally recognized sovereign tribal nations, the indigenous people who are citizens of those nations, as well as many others who are friends. The first 100 people who join us will receive a t-shirt. Please help us set this record! If you have any questions, please email NASA at sovnationcenter@okstate.edu.

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