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Generations of Mentoring

Posted on November 22, 2013

Craig Stone, Anna Nazarian and Beckie Sanchez

Craig Stone, Anna Nazarian and Beckie Sanchez

When American Indian Studies was founded in 1968, mentoring students was understood as essential and many of the current American Indian Studies faculty and staff have been part of the formal and informal network of mentoring that takes place at CSULB. This same spirt of mentoring guides the student leaders in the American Indian Student Council and the American Indian Science and Engineering Society, Student Chapter as they extend this web of support into the future. Below are links to three articles from the 2006 Partners for Success Newsletter that provide some insights about a current student, faculty in American Indian Studies and our American Indian Student Services Coordinator.

Beckie Sanchez

Anna Nazarian-Peters

Craig Stone