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Research Reveals Attitudes and Perceptions of Native People and Issues

| July 2, 2018
Research Reveals Attitudes and Perceptions of Native People and Issues

Groundbreaking Research Reveals America’s Attitudes, Public Perceptions and Dominant Narratives about Native People and Native Issues, and Provides Opportunities for “Reclaiming Native Truth”

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Participate in a Survey on Human Service Provider Training

| January 25, 2016
Participate in a Survey on Human Service Provider Training

Arizona State University, in collaboration with the Arizona Department of Child Safety, is conducting a statewide scan to identify existing training for human service delivery organizations. Read more…

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Interviews for Arizona State University/ St. Mary’s Food Bank

| January 11, 2016
Interviews for Arizona State University/ St. Mary’s Food Bank

Interested in volunteering in a research study? Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center at ASU in partnership with St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance is looking for volunteers to participate in a interview focusing on child nutrition and social service landscapes. For more information click HERE.

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Benefits of Yoga for Psychosocial Well-Being in a US High School Curriculum

| August 31, 2015
Benefits of Yoga for Psychosocial Well-Being in a US High School Curriculum

Considering yoga’s stress-busting effects, one would think that high-schoolers might benefit from the practice. And now, a study shows that yoga does confer benefits to teens.

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Dual Language Learners Show Academic Success

| February 15, 2014
Dual Language Learners Show Academic Success

Too Small to Fail (TSTF) recently released a newletter stating recent information on language comprehension in duel language households, and the importance of daycare providers in the development in language for these “duel language learners.” According to research, by the year 2030 about 40 percent of children in the U.S. will hear languages other than English spoken in the home.

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