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AIHEC 95 Conference (9-12 April 1995)

Rebekah Z. Azen (razen@asab.fdl.cc.mn.us)
Fri, 20 Jan 1995 16:56:18 -0500

[ The hypertext version of the following announcement can be found on the
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College ("http://www.fdl.cc.mn.us/")
Web site. --Gary (gst@gnosys.svle.ma.us) ]

1995 AIHEC Conference

AIHEC Students of the year

Student Competitions

Pow-Wow

Tribal College Bowl

AIHEC Man & Woman of the Year

Keynote Speakers

Faculty Reception

Workshops

and Roundtable

All educators are welcome to attend

ACCOMODATIONS:
* Radisson Inn Hotel: 1-800-3333-3333
* Park Inn International: 218-727-8821
* Holiday Inn: 218-722-1202

INFORMATION

Shirley M. DeFoe
1995 AIHEC Conference Coordinator
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College
2101 14th Street
Cloquet, Minnesota 55720
phone: 218-879-0829 FAX: 218-879-0814
email: aihec1995@mail.fdl.cc.mn.us

HOSTED BY:
* Bay Mills Community College - Brimley, Michigan
* College of Menominee Nation - Keshena, Wisconsin
* Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College - Cloquet, Minnesota
* Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College - Hayward, Wisconsin
* Leech Lake Tribal College - Cass Lake, Minnesota

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INDEX

* Registration, form
* Hotels/Motels in Duluth
* Call for Presentations,forms
* Booth Exibits
* Advertisement Contracts for conference
* Student Competetions
+ Business Tournament Rules
+ Math/Science Poster Session,rules
+ Rules for all Speeches and Interpretations
o Extemporaneous Speech
o Oral Interpretation
o Essay Writing Contest
o Speech Registration
o Oral Interpretation Registration
* College Student of the Year Nomination criteria,nomination form
* 1995 AIHEC Man & Woman of the Year
+ nomination form
+ recommendation form
+ personal profile
* reading list

rules

registration

Pow-Wow
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AIHEC CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

GENERAL CONFERENCE FEE

- Pre-Registration (Banquet, Student Breakfast Included) - $100
- On-site Registration (Banquet, Student Breakfast Included) - $120
- Daily Registration (not including Banquet, Student Breakfast) - $30
- Banquet - $20
- Student Awards Breakfast - $15

STUDENT CONFERENCE FEE
(requires student identification)

- Pre-Registration (Banquet, Student Breakfast Included) - $70
- On-site Registration (Banquet, Student Breakfast Included) - $90
- Daily Registration (not including Banquet, Student Breakfast) - $90
- Banquet - $20
- Student Awards Breakfast - $10

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Name______________________________________________________________________

Address___________________________________________________________________

Campus/Organization_______________________________________________________

Telephone Fax________________________________

Method of Payment:

Business Check__________ Money Order_______

Personal Check__________ Purchase Order #_________

Amount Enclosed:________ Payable to: 1995 AIHEC Conference

Signature Date________________________

Mail to:

Business Office
ATT: AIHEC
Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College
2101 14th Street
Cloquet, MN 55720
aihec1995@mail.fdl.cc.mn.us

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HOTELS/MOTELS IN DULUTH

Hotel/Motel Room Block Rates

Holiday Inn 300 standard rooms $63 Flat Rate
Downtown Waterfront 21 2-room suites 1 - 4 People
200 W First Street
Duluth, MN
1-800-HOLIDAY

Radisson Hotel 220 standard rooms $60 single
5th Ave. W & Superior St. 17 and under Free $65 double
Duluth, MN
1-800-333-3333

Best Western Edgewater 175 standard rooms $65 Flat Rate
2211 & 2400 London Road 18 and under free 1 - 4 People
Duluth, MN
1-800-777-7925

Park Inn International 100 standard rooms $49 Flat Rate
250 Canal Park Drive 1 - 4 People
Duluth, MN
(218) 727-8821
1-800-777-8560

Total Room Block: 795

~Rates are guaranteed for 1995 and do not include 12.5% lodging tax.
~Parking is complimentary at all of the above hotels.
~Daily flights out of Duluth International Airport are available through
Northwest and United airlines.

Call to make reservations!

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CALL FOR PRESENTERS

The AIHEC 1995 Conference Planning Committee is requesting applications for
presentations. The Presentation application should be postmarked no later
than February 22, 1995. Selected presenters will be notified by March 1,
1995. The AIHEC Conference Steering Committee screens requests for
determination of appropriate strand, for time frame and for compatibility
with the conference theme. We encourage you to have elder participation in
your workshops. Workshops with elders will get priority selection.

Strands or tracks for presentation are as follows:

Governance and Administration Educational Issues
Students Faculty Development
Community Development Support Services
Research Economic Development
Treaty Rights & Tribal Law Ceremonies & Spirituality
Health & Wellness Family & Social Roles
Language & Culture Preservation Oral History
Financial Aid Environmental Justice
Student Assessment Moccasin Games
Indigenous Games Hand Games

Keep in mind that the Student Competition is scheduled to be completed by
Monday evening. This will give students the opportunity to attend workshops
on Tuesday. The workshop presentations will take place Monday through
Tuesday in the following time frames:

Monday, April 10 10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
3:15 - 4:45 p.m.

Tuesday, April 11 10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
3:15 - 4:45 p.m.

Times and rooms are set aside for special meeting requests. Your prompt
attention to this Call to Conference will aid us in planning a better
conference. Thank you. Deadline for submission is a postmark date of
February 22, 1995.

Send submission to:
Business Office
ATT: AIHEC
Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College
2101 14th Street
Cloquet, MN 55720
aihec1995@mail.fdl.cc.mn.us

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