Violence Prevention in Indian Country: Traditional Teaching for Today - LIB 100 & 201 Approved
Date and TimeWednesday, November 14, 2012
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
- Kirkhof Center » RM 2250 GRAND RIVER ROOM
Steven (Naganashe) Perry descends from The Naganashe family of the Waganakising Odawa and The Shingwauk family of Kitigan-zeeping Ojibwe Reserve in Ontario. He has a BS in Business, a BSW in Social Work and a MA in Education with a major in Native American Studies. He was a Post-Graduate Kellogg Fellow at Harvard University and is a graduate of their Educational Management program. Over the past 25 years, Steven has served in various teaching capacities, including a Tribal School administrator, and lectured at the undergraduate/graduate level at several Michigan Universities. He has created for and integrated specialized curriculum into many schools across the U.S. and Canada using Native traditions, and Earth Mother as a classroom. In addition, he is recognized for his work with youth and a family intervention programs which brings traditional practices and beliefs into the teaching and instruction of Native people and professionals working with Native populations.