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Research Symposium
Research Symposium
Research Symposium
Gizaagi'igoo

IMPORTANT NOTE: The research symposium will be held as a hybrid format - In-Person (Limited to 150 people) or Virtual Only
**Please register below with your preferred attendance choice.**

Registration Deadlines
In-person: Wednesday April 13th
Virtual: Friday, April 15th

Tote Bag Giveway! 
Faculty tool kit
Children's water book
T-shirt
Water bottle
Various local native products
**In-person attendance only. 150 tote bags max.



Poster Submission
Poster's are open to all area's of research and all students, please see link below for submitting your poster.
 Research Symposium Poster Submission Form

Questions?
For more information on the limited travel funds available to eligible students or for questions regarding the symposium, please contact: arianna.northbird@fdltcc.edu 
Registration system issues, please contact: stacey.johnson@fdltcc.edu
 
Symposium Agenda - In Person Only
8:00 am – 8:45 am (Front doors East Wing) Registration sign-in, tote giveaway, light breakfast 
8:45 am – 9:00 am (Commons) Cedar Creek drum and welcome prayer with Sharon Day
9:00 am – 9:30 am (Commons) Indigenous Women's Water Sisterhood collaborative community work efforts
9:30 am - 9:40am Break/walk to first sessions
9:40 am - 10:25 am 45-minute simulatenous speaker session:
Tribal water standard and fisheries

Nancy Schuldt (Auditorium)
"Protecting Tribal Water through our Clean Water Act Authorities" 
Dr. Matthew Dellinger (Commons)
"Environmental Health Literacy and Fish Consumption in the 1836 Treaty Ceded Fisheries"
10:25 am - 10:35 am Break/walk to next session
10:35 am - 11:20 am 45-minute simulatenous speaker session:
Ethical research and tribal issues

Dr. Wendy Todd (Auditorium)
"Water Science Using Culturally Aligned Community Driven Science Education"
Crystal Greensky (Commons)
"Tribal Research Review: Considerations for Culturally Responsive Research"
11:20 am - 11:30 am Break/walk to next session
11:30 am - 12:15 pm 45-minute simulatenous speaker session:
Community health and food impacts around water

Dr. Mary Owen (Auditorium)
"Water is Life: a Tlingit Physician's Perspective"
Dr. Rebecca Webster (Commons)
"Haudenosaunee Three Sisters and Climate Change"
12:15 pm - 1: 00 pm (Commons) Feast 45 minutes 
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Student poster sessions (Commons)
2:00 pm  Safe travels home!

For presenter bio's, please scroll to the bottom of the page.