August 2015


Law and Science of Arbitration

Online Class  

Students learn the history of arbitration, its applications, its rules of evidence, administering institutions and their rules, arbitral remedies and awards, grounds for judicial review, and its hybrid use with other processes including Indigenous Dispute Resolution and  mediation.  See below flyer for more information.

Arbitration Polly Hyslop – sean’s edit

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First Native-American astronaut pushes STEM studies for Native-American students

John Bennett Herrington, who took Native-American culture to outer space, wants to take science to Native-American students.

Herrington, the first Native-American to walk in outer space, came to Rapid City this week to meet with the American Indian Institute for Innovation to discuss the importance of the STEM fields — science, technology, engineering and math — for Native American high school and college students.

“They’re the most underrepresented group in STEM fields,” Herrington said. “We work with them to improve their chances for success.”

Click here to read more of this article from Rapid City Journal.

Doyon Foundation is currently seeking candidates for three open seats on our board of directors. Doyon, Limited shareholders ages 18 and over are eligible to apply. View more information on candidate qualifications on our website.

The deadline to apply is Monday, October 19, 2015 at 5 p.m. Interested candidates can apply online or download and complete the board candidate application form on our website.

Two of the open positions are for three-year terms expiring in 2018; one of the open positions is a remainder term seat expiring in 2017. The seats up for election are currently held by Julie Anderson and Joshua Peter; the remainder term seat was previously filled by Allan Hayton, who resigned from the board to accept the position of language revitalization program director at Doyon Foundation.

If you love to build relationships, share your enthusiasm for a cause, and impact the resources available to a nonprofit, this board seat may be right for you! Doyon Foundation is interested in candidates experienced in nonprofit boards, fundraising, financial management, endowment fund investing, culture and language revitalization, and Alaska Native education.

Learn more about candidate qualifications and board member responsibilities on our website. Then apply as a candidate by 5 p.m. on October 19 either using our online form or access the form our website.

For more information, please contact Doris Miller, Doyon Foundation executive director, at 907.459.2048 or millerd@doyon.com.

Open Letter to Native College Students

“As a new academic year approaches, I want to share some words from my heart. Know that these words are not just from me; they are shared experiences and stories that I’ve learned from family, college classmates, mentors, teachers, and Native college students like yourself. I hope this letter serves as a source of inspiration as you journey towards attaining a college degree.”

Click here to read the rest of this wonderful article by Amanda R. Tachine (Navajo), Ph.D., Postdoctoral Scholar, Center for Indian Education, Arizona State University.

Fairbanks Native Association is seeking an HR Director. More details can be found at www.fairbanksnative.org or contact Claudia Andrew Samuel, HR Specialist, at csamuel@fairbanksnative.org.

Current Job Log 08192015.pdf

Robinson & Ward, P.C. in Fairbanks is recruiting for a Bookkeeper and Receptionist.  Contact karen@rwcpaak.com for more information.  The job descriptions are listed below.

Full Charge Bookkeeper Payroll Specialist

Receptionist Job Posting

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