Aaniiih Nakoda College Newsletter
Winter 2017
December 2017
STUDENT EMERGENCY AID AVAILABLE

ANC Students, if you have experienced an unexpected emergency expense, the Aaniiih Nakoda College Achieving the Dream, Project Success: Student Emergency Aid might be able to assist you. Click below to find out more.

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PHAGE HUNTERS


Chelsea Morales and Dan Kinsey
reviewing samples for phage project.
A new kind of hunter for the hi-line: Aaniiih Nakoda College faculty and students tracking mycobacteriophages in our local soils.

Aaniiih Nakoda College has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant, Science Education Alliance-Phage Hunters Advancing Genomics and Evolutionary Science in Tribal Colleges and Universities (SEA-PHAGES in TCU's).

Two faculty members at ANC have embarked on their own hunting expedition as they are now equipped with the sophisticated techniques and complex methods needed to isolate, identify, sequence and analyze newly discovered soil mycobacteriophages.

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ANC ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE NURSING PROGRAM UPDATES


Kaye Brown and Penny Hawley arriving for clinical rotation
The ANC Nursing Department has been very busy this semester. Clinical rotations. Incorporating Aaniiih and Nakoda cultures into the program. Partnering with organizations to improve opportunities for our students.

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PROJECT SUCCESS: INTERNSHIP PROGRAM


White Clay Language Immersion School
student intern Walt Bad Road-Mount
Thanks to Project Success, Aaniiih Nakoda College students have the opportunity to participate in the new ANC/Project Success Internship Program. This semester we were able to place several student interns at various work sites both on and off campus.

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2018 SPRING SEMESTER CALENDAR
Offices Open Tuesday January 2
Student Orientation Monday-Tuesday January 8-9
Student Advising/Registration Wednesday-Friday January 10-12
Martin Luther King Day (3rd Monday of January) - College Closed Monday January 15
First Day of Class Tuesday January 16
Last Day to Register or Drop/Add Class(es) w/o "W" on Transcript Friday January 19
President's Day - College Closed Monday February 19
Mid-term Week (8th Week of Semester) Monday-Friday March 5-9
Spring Break - No Classes - COLLEGE OPEN Monday-Friday March 12-16
Mid-term Grades Posted to Empower Wednesday March 14
Last Day to Withdraw with a grade of "W" (10th week of Semester) Thursday March 29
Easter Observance - College Closed Friday and Monday March 30-April 2
Finals Week Monday-Friday May 7-11
Commencement Ceremony Thursday May 10
Last Day of Spring Semester Friday May 11
Final Grades Posted to Empower Wednesday May 16
These dates are subject to change
2018 SPRING SEMESTER CLASSES

Click here for a complete list of 2018 Spring Semester Classes.

Registration is January 10-12, 2018. Contact the ANC Registrar/Admissions Office to find out more information. Call Dixie (ext. 233) or Danielle (ext. 240).

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THANK YOU

Thank you to the authors of the articles in this edition: Kimberly Barrows, LaVerne Parker, Michele Brockie and Scott Friskics.

Aaniiih Nakoda College
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