NAISO provides a strong, diverse atmosphere that encourages the enlightenment of Native culture, personal development & academic achievement as well as promote political & social awareness within the greater community.
Connect with NAISO: NAISO has a facebook “like” page where we advertise our meeting dates for the semester, upcoming events with NAISO and/or the larger MSU Indigenous community. Please click the link to stay connected to NAISO. We also email notices to students, if you would like to get on the student list serve, please email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Contact Dr. Samuel Saldivar (email@example.com) with any questions.
NAISO provides a strong, diverse atmosphere that encourages the enlightenment of Native Culture, personal development, & academic achievement, as well as promote political & social awareness within the greater community.
All General Assembly (GA) Meetings will take place in the NAISO Culture Room, which is downstairs below the Hubbard Cafe. It is the first door on your right when you reach the basement using those stairs. All Meetings will take place at 6:30pm unless otherwise noted. Meetings are bi-weekly on Sundays.
For more information about the Land Acknowledgement, visit the American Indian & Indigenous Studies www.aisp.msu.edu.