On Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 in the Lory Student Center Ballroom, the American Indian Science and Engineering Society student organization at Colorado State University will be holding its 32nd annual Pow Wow to kick off Native American Heritage month. The event is aimed at the CSU community of students, faculty and staff.
The Pow Wow events include various Native American dances and a free traditional dinner to provide knowledge to the campus community on how Native Americans live and maintain their traditional and cultural values. There will also be fry bread sold near the trees on the West Lawn by the Lagoon.
Engaging the CSU community is important for the success of the annual Pow Wow, and volunteers can expect to participate in one of many tasks. AISES invites you to volunteer in one or more ways:
- To serve on the Pow Wow planning committee
- To volunteer for the fry bread sale
- To volunteer at the Pow Wow
The event is sponsored by the AISES and the Native American Cultural Center, along with Ram Events, ASCSU and Campus Activities.
To serve on the Pow Wow committee, contact AISES President Jamie McBryde firstname.lastname@example.org.
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national, nonprofit organization that nurtures building communities by bridging science and technology with traditional science values. AISES was founded in 1977 by American Indian scientists, engineers and educators and lives on today in student and professional chapters throughout the nation. One of those chapters is at Colorado State University.