Women's Herstory Month 2024

Keynote: Dr. Amanda Tachine 

Wednesday, March 27 | 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. | Hetzel Hoellein Room, Stewart Library (LI), Room 321 

Join us for the Women's Herstory Key Note Speaker, Dr. Amanda Tachine.  Dr. Tachine's research centers on exploring college access and persistence among Indigenous college students using qualitative Indigenous research methodologies. She is drawn to contribute to research and literature that focus on systemic and structural barriers that discenfranchise college access for Indigenous and marginalized populations.

Amanda R. Tachine is Diné from Ganado, Arizona. She is Náneesht'ézhí Táchii'nii (Zuni Red Running into Water clan) born for Tl'izilani (Many Goats clan). Her maternal grandfather’s clan is Tábaahí (Water's Edge) and her paternal grandfather's clan is Ashiihi (Salt). She currently serves as an assistant professor of higher education in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. 

This presentation is in a collaboration with the Women's Center, the Native American Cultural Center and other campus entities, including the Women, Gender and Queer Studies Program.