The mission of the American Indian Studies Department is to educate, inspire, and prepare undergraduate students for engaged careers and/or graduate school and to be an educational hub and site for community participation and learning focused on the Indigenous peoples of the Americas and the Pacific.
Joanne Barker, Professor and Chair
News and Announcements
CALL FOR LECTURERS
AIS has several courses in Spring 2020 that we are seeking lecturers to offer. For more information: AIS Call for Lecturers.
Congratulations to AIS major Cathleen Manuel for being awarded an internship with the Golden Gate National Parks and Service Conservancy at Fort Mason, Special Uses and Services Division.
Congratulations to the Johnet Scholarship Recipients for 2019-2020.
- Michelle Banko (Hoopa Valley), B.S., Nursing
- Olivia Chapin (Cherokee/Mohican), B.S., Nursing
Session: January 2 - 22, 2020.
AIS 150: American Indian History in the United States (Robert Collins): Fully online
NEW COURSE: AIS 250: American Indian Populations and Colonial Diseases (Robert Collins): Fully online
Eddie Madril and Roger Kuhn
The Continuous Thread
October 4 - December 14, 2019
For more information: sfartscommission.org
Stay tuned for information about the Spring Red Tawks schedule.