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The goal of the Center for Indigenous Research, Science, and Technology is to bridge Indigenous and Western sciences, through appropriate principles, protocols, and practices, in order to better understand the conditions of place-based vulnerability and the best strategies to achieve resilience by facilitating Indigenous-led research initiatives. Our vision is to establish an Indigenous science network that emphasizes research activities that contain integrated theory, practice and dissemination through mentoring and community-based partnerships.


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  • Mentoring Our Own Native Scientists: 2021 MOONS Workshop Report 

    Johnson, Jay T. (University of Kansas, The Center for Indigenous Research, Science, and Technology, 2021-08-25)
    The goal of the MOONS workshop was to inform the Facilitating Indigenous Research, Science, and Technology (FIRST) Network of scholars, and other Native scientists, currently working on these issues with innovative ideas ...
  • Weaving Indigenous and Sustainability Sciences: Diversifying our Methods (WIS2DOM) Workshop 

    Johnson, Jay T.; Louis, Renee Pualani; Kliskey, Andrew (2014-05-27)
    This report summarizes the findings of the February 13-16, 2013 workshop, entitled Weaving Indigenous and Sustainability Sciences to Diversify our Methods (WIS2DOM), held in Olympia, Washington at The Evergreen State ...