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At CSUSM, that means integrating the American Indian Student Alliance; Native speakers, dancers and singers; and Native American filmmakers, directors, actors and tribal leaders into the total campus experience, for both Native and non-Native students.
So, when an overwhelming majority of these non-native students expressed an interest in entering health care fields, finding workable means to that end became a core dilemma.
Instead, the non-native student again becomes the Other: "a problem that requires solving, an irritant and frustration that resists resolution" (Denny 119).
Surviving Kachina dolls are so accurate in their depiction of historic ceremonial dress that they continue to educate the next generations of Native American people and non-native students alike.
This series provides an excellent window on life in the North for both Native and non-Native students.
Having taught Atanarjuat, the chapter reinforced my own frustrations with non-Native student reactions to the film, and specifically their tendency to treat it as an ethnographic exercise, as well as their discomfort with the film's concluding moments which self-reflexively take on the film's ostensibly timeless qualities by showing outtakes of the cast and crew in contemporary clothing, adeptly handling the high-tech equipment used to make the movie.
Although More (1989) refers to a study that found no significant differences between Native American students and non-Native students concerning the waiting time a student typically uses to respond to a question, Pewewardy (2008) explains that Native American students tend to reflect more than mainstream students.
It was created to provide an understanding of the Aboriginal cultures to the non-Native students and teachers," he explains.