FINDING COMMON GROUND TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE & WESTERN SCIENCE:

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A Discussion on Indigenous Knowledge and Its Role in Modern Times
TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE
& WESTERN SCIENCE:
FINDING COMMON
GROUND
$35
Registration Fee
Prior to Feb. 24, 2006
Conference presented by
The University of Montana
American Indian Science
& Engineering Society
$45 On-site
Registration forms
available at:
www.umt.edu/aises
Project TRAIN
Open to
Students,
Faculty & the
General Public
workshops &
presentations on:
Subsistence & TEK
Restoration Ecology & TEK
Morality & TEK
Global Climate Change
Tribal Natural Resources Management
University Center,
3rd Floor
The University of Montana
Missoula, Montana
Speakers
March 3 & 4,
2006
HOST HOTEL:
DoubleTree Hotel–Missoula/Edgewater
100 Madison, Missoula, MT, USA 59802
Tel: 406.728.3100
www.missoulaedgewater.doubletree.com
Rates: $79.00 single/$89.00 double
Ask for the American Indian Science & Engineering
Society group rate or use Group/Convention code
'AMS' when making your reservations online.
Dr. Robin Kimmerer
SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry
Dr. Ronald Trosper
Forest Resources Management, University of British Columbia
EVENING OF MARCH 3RD
Dr. Gilbert John
Department of Microbiology & Molecular Genetics
Oklahoma State University
“A CASUAL AFFAIR FOR A CRITICAL CAUSE”
Orville Huntington
Alaska Native Science Commission
Rich Powell
Harvard University & Inuit Circumpolar Conference
Iris PrettyPaint
Research Opportunities in Science for Native Americans
The University of Montana
Victoria Yazzie
Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University
Benefit Dinner & Concert for the Inuit Circumpolar Conference
featuring Jack Gladstone, Montana Recording Artist
RECEPTION/HORS D’OEUVRES 6:30 PM
DINNER 7:00 PM
CONCERT 9:00 PM
Included in the Cost of Registration!
Additional Banquet Tickets Available for $30
For more information go to www.umt.edu/aises or contact [email protected]
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