|When||Friday, May 27, 2016, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.|
|Campus location||Intellectual House (INT)|
|Campus room||Gathering Hall|
|Event types||Lectures/Seminars, Performances, Screenings|
|Event sponsors||GPSS, American Indian Studies, Canadian Studies|
The 15th Annual NOIS Symposium features keynote speaker Jennifer Nez Denetdale who will discuss the state of indigenous studies in academia. The symposium also offers graduate and professional student presentations of scholarship that demonstrate how indigenous-oriented research can both transform the academic disciplines and serve the priorities of native communities.