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“Indigenous people do not come to STEM as empty vessels. Indigenous worldviews and ways of being in relationship with world have helped Indigenous people to live in this place we call the Americas for millennia,” said Philip Stevens, director of American Indian Studies and associate professor in anthropology, who is helping lead University of Idaho efforts on the project. “To understand the complexities of our planet and universe, we need complex, sophisticated and diverse thinkers and communities.”
University of Arizona College of Education Alumni Vanessa Anthony-Stevens and Philip Stevens were recently featured the Project to Advance Native American STEM Instruction and Education.