Sloan Foundation Indigenous Graduate Partnership

Spring 2018 SIGP Calendar of Events


January 18            Kevin Gibson

January 25            Studie RedCorn


February 1            Daniel Bird and Nicole Benally             

February 8            Pat Zollner

February 15          Cami Griffith

February 22          Kyle Dahlin


March 1                Victor Maqque
                             No Longer ours: Community political agency and the fall
                             of the caciques in late-colonial Andes

March 8                Kyle Dahlin  

March 15              Spring Break - No Class

March 22              Mariah Romero
                             MS Defense Seminar

March 29              Cara McCauley
                             Characterizing the response of horseweed (Conyza canadensis)
                             to three synthetic auxin herbicides


April 5                  Janelle Cronin

April 12                Studie RedCorn
                            Evaluating the Potential of Glycogen Accumulating Organisms 
                            to Recycle Carbon from Municipal Waste

April 19                No Sloan Seminar at NAECC due to Mentoring Workshop

April 26                Joseph Crook
                            Production of primary and secondary metabolites in
                            Lithospermum erythrorhizon


NAECC means family. A place to go to relax, socialize and have fun as well as an opportunity to discuss daily stress, get support, whether academic or otherwise.

         -- Bill Pfeifer (Tlingit), M.S., Computer Science

Contact Information:

Ken Ridgway, Ph.D., (Lenape)
Faculty, Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Science 
Phone: (765) 494-3296

Kevin Gibson, Ph.D.
Faculty, Botany and Plant Pathology
Phone: (765) 496-2161

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

Purdue University, 610 Purdue Mall, West Lafayette, IN 47907, (765) 494-4600

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