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Monday, July 22, 2013 - Friday, July 26, 2013

8:30am - "Why Treaties Matter" Exhibit
The exhibit illustrates how treaties have affected the lands and life ways of Minnesota's indigenous people, and why these binding agreements between sovereign nations still matter today, through a video presentation and 20 banners featuring text and images.
American Indian Resource Center
Open to the public.

Monday, July 22, 2013

2:30pm - Candidate for Director of Residential Life
As a reminder, Dr. Rochelle Wilkins Tate, a candidate for the Director of Residential Life position, will be giving a presentation today at 2:30 pm in the Crying Wolf Room. The topic will be, “The Value of a Residential Life Experience and What it Needs to Look Like”. Dr. Rochelle Wilkins Tate began her career in residence life as a Graduate Resident Director at Illinois State University. After receiving her master’s degree, she relocated back to her hometown of Chicago, where she accepted a Residence Director position at DePaul University. Throughout her professional career, Dr. Wilkins Tate has served in the following roles: Area Coordinator for Apartment and Family Housing at Northern Arizona University; Assistant Director of Student Housing at the University of Chicago; Assistant Green Coordinator at Ohio University; Associate Director of Residence Life/Personnel with the University of Akron; Associate Dean of Students with Messiah College in Grantham, PA; Director of Residence Life for American Campus Communities at Cleveland State University. Dr. Wilkins Tate currently works for Akron Public Schools assisting classroom teachers with their professional development responsibilities. Dr. Wilkins Tate holds a doctor of Philosophy in Education with a Leadership for Higher Education specialization from Capella University, a master’s degree from Illinois State University, in Counselor Education/Higher Education and a bachelor’s degree in Sociology also from Illinois State University. Feedback about the candidate can be provided in an online survey, available through the following URL:
Crying Wolf Room