• Hamline Indigenous Peoples Society

    Hamline Indigenous Peoples Society is committed to providing support and advocacy for Native American students at Hamline. Additionally, the organization seeks to promote opportunities for the entire Hamline community to learn about Native American cultures. The Hamline Indigenous Peoples Society was first established in 1996 under the name of Native American Student Association (NASA).

    President

    Genevieve Bern
    Email: gbern01@hamline.edu  

    Advisor 

    Bao Thao
    Email: bthao03@hamline.edu

  • Hamline News

    See what Hamline students are up to on their 2015 Catalyst Alternative Spring Break Trips as they blog about their experiences in Ferguson, Chicago, Milwaukee, San Francisco, New Orleans, and Washington D.C.

    Wallace Swan presented two papers at the annual American Society for Public Administration conference in Chicago and was elected as Chair Elect (2016) of the L.G.B.T. Advocacy Alliance Section of A.S.P.A.

    May-term 2016 will offer undergraduates the opportunity to travel to Rwanda to learn about reconciliation and restorative justice in post-genocide Rwanda. Anyone interested should attend the info session on Monday, April 13 from 5 p.m. - 6 p.m. in Giddens Learning Center Room 204E.