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Luhui Whitebear, the assistant director of Oregon State University's Native American Longhouse Eena Haws, stands amid a group of trees on campus.

Paying it forward to benefit Native American students

Luhui Whitebear has been closely connected to Oregon State University’s Native American Longhouse Eena Haws in different ways during her academic career. While pursuing an anthropology bachelor’s degree online with Oregon State Ecampus, she would drop in whenever she came to campus to pick up books. Now, as assistant director of the Eena Haws, she is paying forward the guidance, nurturing and sense of belonging she received as a student.

Reclaiming tribal histories, one page at a time

A Grand Ronde tribal member, Native American anthropologist and educator, David Lewis is committed to shining a light on our nation’s forgotten and suppressed tribal histories, and sharing what he learns with the next generation of thinkers brings that work full circle.

Native American drum and drumbeaters

Oregon State offering enhanced support services to help Native American students earn degrees online

Oregon State University is increasing its outreach to Native American communities in Oregon and across the country by enabling tribal members to earn college degrees through OSU’s nationally ranked online programs. The new initiative is a partnership between Oregon State Ecampus – the university’s renowned online education provider – and OSU’s Office of Institutional Diversity […]

Orman hugs a Native elder whom he met at the Oregon State University Native American Longhouse Eena Haws.

Environmental sciences online alum finds support, family with on-campus Native community

Orman Morton III felt at home at OSU’s Native American Longhouse Eena Haws, building on the virtual connections he had made with the university’s indigenous community as an online student.